José José’s remains will arrive in Mexico tomorrow Wednesday, and then carry out a tribute to «El Príncípe de la Canción» in the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Although the Mexican people hoped that the body would be brought, the beloved singer will return to his homeland in ashes. In anticipating the arrival of Joseph Joseph’s ashes, the agreements reached by the singer’s sons (José Joel, Marysol and Sarita Sosa) have been made known. In the program Suelta la Sopa of the Telemundo network, the document that was signed at the Mexican Consulate in Miami was revealed on October 5 at 10:00 p.m. by the three sons of the interpreter, as well as by their sons-in-law, Xavier Orozco and Yimmy Ortiz.
These are the agreements regarding the body of José José:Sunday October 6: the public event will be held at Miami-Dade Country Auditorium. On the stage will be the coffin closed with the remains of Mr. José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz, where under no circumstances will it be opened. At the end of the event, the coffin will be returned to the funeral home.
On October 7, the corresponding procedures will be carried out with the Consulate General of Mexico to be transferred the ashes of the interpreter, which will be divided with the aim of one remaining in Miami and others in the land that saw it born.
Only 250 kg of the interpreter’s ashes will travel to Mexico on Wednesday, October 9, as well as the coffin, which should not be opened under any circumstances.
That same October 9, upon landing at the CDMX, the coffin with the ashes will be transferred to the Palace of Fine Arts, a solemn public event to honor the memory of José José.
Once the homenje in Bellas Artas is completed, the coffin will be transferred on October 9th to the Basilica of Guadalupe, where a mass will be held and a tour of the Clavería colony is requested, where José José lived for many years.
The coffin with the singer’s ashes will be buried with his mother, in the French pantheon of Mexico City (private event).
The lawyers of José Joel and Marysol Sosa stopped for 48 hours the cremation of the body of José José, at which time it was tried to convince Sara Salazar (widow of the singer) to allow the body to be brought our country.