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Veteran actor Domingo “Menggie” Cobarrubias passes away

Star Studio PH, Barbie Forteza, Agot Isidro, Alessandra de Rossi, Dan Villegas, Aiza Seguerra, Zsa Zsa Padilla, and Jasmine Curtis Smith are just a handful of celebrities and institutions who have stepped forward to express their grief at Menggie Cobarrubias’ passing.

Affectionately known as Tito Menggie, a central message in all their posts have been that Menggie was a joy to be around with—especially when it came to work.


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“Ilan sa mga naging proyekto niya ay ang Just A Stranger at Mga Batang POZ. Nakikiramay kami sa pamilya Cobarrubias.” Star Studio shares on Instagram.

(Menggie took on many projects, including Just A Stranger and Mga Batang POZ. We extend our deepest condolences to the Cobarrubias family.)

“Sya ang nagturo sa akin na abutan lagi yung utility kasi sila ang may pinakamaliit na sweldo sa taping at pinakapagod din. Sabi nya, pag ginawa mo yun, lagi ka nila ipagdadasal. Ginawa ko magmula noon. Salamat sa mga aral tito Menggie. Mahal kita. Praying for your family.” Alessandra de Rossi shared.

(He was the one who taught me to always spare some cash for utility because they earn the least, yet they work the hardest. He said that those who have the capacity to give to these people will always be in their prayers. I have been following his advice ever since. Thank you for all the lessons, Tito Menggie. I love you.)

Some celebrities chose to keep their posts short. However, their mourning over Tito Menggie’s passing is still evident.

“isa sa pinakamahuhusay na nakatrabaho ko. Maraming salamat po sa chance. Rest in peace.” Barbie Forteza tweeted.

(One of the most greatest actors I ever got to work with. Thank you for the opportunity.)

“We lost one of our colleagues to COVID19. Rest In Peace, Tito Menggie Cobarrubias. You will be missed.” Agot Isidro tweeted.


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