Hashtags family devastated over Franco's sudden death


Posted at Nov 12 2017 01:07 AM | Updated as of Nov 12 2017 08:57 AM

In an interview on "Magandang Buhay" in August, Franco Hernandez said that it would take about a year or so for him and his fellow new members of Hashtags to form a strong bond between each other. 

Sadly, that dream won't come true with Hernandez's death on Saturday.

In a series of posts on Twitter, Wilbert Ross, who joined the group with Hernandez back in February, remembered his buddy as someone who was generous with praises and a person who likes to laugh. 

Maru Delgado wished that his death was a hoax.

Vitto Marquez made a collage of Hernandez's photos and wrote: "Words cannot express what I am feeling. Mamimiss kita Franco. Mahal kita bro. Rest well my friend." 


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Ryle Tan posted photos from Halloween, when he and Hernandez dressed up as pineapple and viral comedian Piko Taro. "You were such a blessing, Franco. I hope you know that," he said. 


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Rayt Carreon described his passing as way too early. Hernandez was 26. 

Kid Yambao said he refuses to accept Hernandez' death. 

Charles Kieron sent Hernandez a message. 

Some of the older Hashtags members were similarly shocked over Hernandez's death. 


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