Jose Luis Ayala, brother of Ramon Ayala and one of the members of the Northern Braves, died


By CAPosts 30 July, 2020 - 05:02pm 1984 views

José Luis Ayala was hospitalized in gravity, his relatives asked for prayer for him (Photo: Twitter@TunelMty)

José Luis Ayala, who was drummer for "Los Bravos del Norte", died of complications associated with the coronavirus reported by his family members and guild colleagues, as well as Ramon Ayala himself on his Facebook page.

"It was My Little Brother Guero... We ask for Your Prayers For The Comfort of Our Family!! Sscan In Peace Hermanito!!!", published Ramón Ayala, accompanying his message from a photograph where his brother appears.

Ayala was interned 20 days ago for suffering from COVID-19, his son, José Luis Ayala, reported that the musician was in intensive care on July 10.

"What sad news. Gone was the pioneer, the legend, the kindest person one could greet. This pandemic has taken a lot from us, and now it takes away the greatest northern music drummer of all time. In peace rest José Luis Ayala Sr. Mi more condolences for our friend José Luis Ayala Jr and the whole Ayala family", reported el group Montez de Durango in their networks.

José Luis Ayala, son of the singer, reported that his father was suffering from complications (Photo: Instagram@weroayala83)

Although the family have not clarified the causes of death, journalistic reports indicate that ethe drummer died from complications from pandemic disease.

"Normally I don't like to do these kinds of publications but the power of prayer and the faith of God is very great 🙏🏼My dad @joseluisayalabravo is in the hospital, it's been a very difficult few days, I imagine that for many of you tmb since this pandemic has affected us many. Right now he's in intensive care "ER" and still can't give him a room why the hospitals are full. I ASK YOU TO PRAY FOR HIM TO SOON RECOVER 🙏🏼 Take good care #quedateencasa #stayhome," José Luis Ayala Jr wrote on his Instagram account 20 days ago.


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