Diminutive actress Mahal passes away- report

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  • Mahal, real name Noemi Tesorero, passed away today, Aug. 31.

    This is according to a post by Sun Star Cebu.

    There are no details yet as of this writing.

    Fans and supporters of the diminutive actress flooded social media with comments.

    “Totoo ba ito?”

    “Grabe naman!!”

    “Rest in peace, Mahal!”

    Mahal made the news recently visiting her former screen partner Mura in faraway Bicol.

    She was last seen in GMA’s “Owe My Love.”

    Later, her death was confirmed by her sister Irene Tesorero on Facebook.

    “Ang aming kapatid na si Mahal ay pumanaw na. Wala pa schedule sa kanyang burol due to COVID restriction,” Irene wrote on FB. Mb.com)

     

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