Katy Perry dedica emotivas palabras tras la muerte de una de sus mejores amigas

"Era una de las mujeres más fuertes que jamás he conocido", fueron parte del mensaje dedicado a su cercana que murió a los 47 años producto de un cáncer


Katy Perry atraviesa un delicado momento personal por la muerte de una de sus mejores amigas, quien libraba una larga y dura batalla contra el cáncer.

Su nombre era Angelica Cob-Baehler y no sólo era íntima de Perry, sino que también una ejecutiva de la industria musical que trabajó con empresas como Sony, Atlantic Records o Columbia Records. En esta última compañía conoció a la popular cantante quien daba sus primeros pasos profesionales. Desde ese momento, fueron muy buenas amigas.

Angelica batalló, pero finalmente perdió la pelea a los 47 años. Esto golpeó duramente a Katy Perry quien, una semana después de su fallecimiento, quiso recordarla con estas sentidas palabras.

“Hace seis días, una de mis mayores campeonas y amigas más reales, Angelica CobBaehler, se fue de este lugar. Era una de las mujeres más fuertes que jamás he conocido, combatió el cáncer como el mismísimo Rocky”, escribió en Instagram.

“Era como una hermana para mí”, añadió antes de mencionar que la considera un ángel y que siempre la echará de menos.

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Six days ago, one of my biggest champions and realest friends, Angelica Cob-Baehler moved on from this place. She was one of the strongest women I have ever known – fighting her cancer like friggin’ Rocky, enduring chemo, immunotherapy, a tracheotomy, feeding tubes for months on end, and experimental cancer treatment trials. I watched her go through many stages for over a year, but a few things remained constant: her sarcastic/wicked sense of humor, her positive outlook, and the incredible love she had for her family. We had a lot of wins together for over 10 years, and I am incredibly grateful she was a born fighter/no shit-taker because she practically willed me into existence as a young artist when she “stole my files” from limbo at Columbia Records and brought them to life at Capitol Records. She was like a big sister to me, showing me the ropes and always having my back. She never became a yes-person and was quick to check me when I needed checking – that was family. I have procrastinated posting this because it makes it feel a little too final, but I don’t believe people ever really die – she just had to leave that body behind. Out of body, and full of spirit now. Sadly, she also left behind two amazing young girls, and an incredible husband who was the definition of ROCK through this whole process. As for me, I’ll never let them forget that Angelica embodied the angel in her name, was a woman of incredible integrity and character, a massive giver, and a DOPE human being. I know today is #GivingTuesday, and if you have been a longtime KatyCat and a friend of mine or Geli’s, let’s honor her by donating to her favorite charity, Generosity.org by clicking the link in bio. She may be gone from this place, but she will never be forgotten. Rest in power, my angel, and don’t worry, we got Chapman and the girls. #RIPGeli

Una publicación compartida por KATY PERRY (@katyperry) el 27 de Nov de 2018 a las 4:01 PST