Angeline Quinto puts on hold cremation of adoptive mother due to Typhoon Ulysses

Angeline Quinto had to put on hold the cremation of her adoptive mother Sylvia Quinto, lovingly called Mama Bob, due to Typhoon Ulysses which battered parts of Luzon.

In a social media post addressed to Mama Bob, the singer said she will be postponing the cremation because she knew her mother would not like the strong winds and rain. 

“Mama Bob, di ko muna pinatuloy ang cremation mo ngayon ha. Ang lakas kasi ng hangin at ulan kanina e. Alam ko naman na ayaw mo yun e,” she wrote. 

She then promised that they push through with the cremation today, November 13. 

Earlier, Angeline wrote another post addressed to her Mama Bob, promising that she will hold on to everything she learned from her for the rest of her life. 

“Mahal na mahal na mahal kita Mama Bob ko. Ang naging mundo at pangarap ko. Ang ULTIMATE IDOL NG BUHAY KO,” she said. 

Mama Bob passed away on November 7. It was reported that she had a stroke last September 9 and was hospitalized since then. 

In an emotional post, Angeline bid farewell to the woman who adopted her when she was six years old. 

“Hinding hindi ako mapapagod sa pagpapasalamat sayo Ma, dahil sa pagkakataong ibinigay mo sa akin para maging anak mo. Hanggang sa muli nating pagkikita MAHAL NA MAHAL KONG MAMA BOB,” she wrote. 

READ: Angeline Quinto mourns death of adoptive mother

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