Janella Salvador, ‘Oh My G!’ cast mourn death of Julia Buencamino


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Janella Salvador, ‘Oh My G!’ cast mourn death of Julia Buencamino
The co-stars of 'Oh My G!' express sadness over the death of the teen actress. They also convey their condolences to the Buencamino family

MANILA, Philippines – The cast of Oh My G! mourned the death of co-star Julia Buencamino on Wednesday, July 8.

Actress Janella Salvador expressed her sadness on Twitter, upon hearing her co-star’s death. (READ: Nonie and Shamaine Buencamino’s daughter found dead)


Marco Mortel expressed his devastation over Julia’s death through a re-posted  Instagram picture of Julia with his dog.

Maris Racal tweeted her condolence to Julia’s family.


Patrick Sugui posted his message on Twitter.

Tom Doromal posted this:


The Oh My G! official Twitter account also bid farewell to Julia through her character Aimee. 


The show’s network also released a video tribute for Julia.


TV host and volleyball player Gretchen Ho also expressed her sadness over Julia’s death.


Kim Chiu expressed her condolence as well, on Twitter. 

Comedian Giselle Sanchez posted this on Instagram


Castmate Kate Alejandrino posted this message on Instagram


Castmate Ganiel Krishnan had this to say on Twitter


Castmate Kokoy de Santos expressed his sadness on Twitter as well


Julia, who took her own life, was found dead at the family home in Quezon City on Tuesday night, July 7. She is the daughter of veteran actors Nonie and Shamaine Buencamino.

Ricky Gallardo, who manages Nonie’s career, released the official statement of the family, who thanked everyone for their love and support. The family also conveyed their desire to grieve in private. – Rappler.com 

The Natasha Goulbourn Foundation has a depression and suicide prevention hotline to help those secretly suffering from depression. The numbers to call are 804-4673 and 0917-558-4673. Globe and TM subscribers may call the toll-free number 2919. More information is available on its website. It’s also on Twitter @NGFoundationPH and Facebook.

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