In a heartbreaking Instagram post, Puerto Rican Reggaeton Star Wisin announced the death of his one-month-old daughter on Friday.
“I thank God for her one month of life, one month with Victoria,” Princess Victoria, I will see you again in heaven. I’m in so much pain, God please help me. I want to thank millions of people who were praying for our family and for our Victoria.” quoted by Latino Fox News
— Lune ???? (@lmtwgr) September 30, 2016
The reggaeton star revealed earlier this month that their daughter was born with the genetic disorder trisomy 13. He said his wife, Yomaira Ortiz, had slipped into depression following the diagnosis.
“Like any other parent, we ask that you all continue to pray for us so that we can overcome this process and that our daughter will be able to recover soon. God will fulfill his purpose in our Victoria”
GRACIAS MI DIOS POR 1 mes de vida 1 mes de VICTORIA .DIOS DÁ DIOS QUITA Bendito sea el nombre del Señor! PRINCESA #victoria te volvere a ver en el cielo QUE DOLOR TAN GRANDE TENGO DIOS AYUDAME aprovecho para agradecer a millones de personas que estuvieron orando por nuestra familia y por nuestra Victoria Gracias porque en todos los gestos y palabras que tenian con nosotros pudimos ver a DIOS cada dia #MISERICORDIA mi princesa acaba de fallecer
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Wisin, who won a Grammy and several Latin Grammys when he was part of the duo Wisin & Yandel, is a well-known crossover star who collaborated with Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Lopez and Lenny Kravitz. He’s considered one of the top reggaeton stars
According to Stanford Children’s Health, Trisomy is a genetic disorder with a combination of birth defects including severe intellectual disability, and health problems involving nearly every organ in the system.
— Síndrome D (@Sindrome_D) September 30, 2016
Most babies diagnosed with the disorder die in their first year of life but there have been a few reports of babies with trisomy 13 surviving to their teens.
In an interview with Telemundo Puerto Rico’s “Dando Candela Ortiz said she was five months pregnant when doctors told her that the baby she was carrying had the genetic disorder. She said doctors recommended she terminate the pregnancy, but she didn’t see that as an option. She said leaned on her Christian faith rather than opting for an abortion.
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She said added in the interview:
“Even if your doctors have recommended it, don’t abort your babies. Doctors try to convince you that abortion is the right thing to do, but that is not the path that God wants us to take,” she said on the show. “Who are we to decide the life of a human being, even if it’s our own child?”
“Thank you because of all of your gestures and your words we were able to see God every day,” he said before announcing, “My princess just died.”
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