Shut up a thousand languages. That was actor Remy Ishak’s response after receiving the news of the loss of the multifaceted celebrity, the late Adibah Noor on Saturday night.
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I didn’t believe it at first
When OhBulan! on the grounds of the Taman Keramat Al-Ansar mosque, Remy stated that he learned this sad news from his wife, Ezza Yusof.
Remy, 40, said the deceased was by her side to give her words of encouragement as she faced severe depression.
My relationship with Dibah is very sentimental. My wife told me, because I rarely open social sites. When she said that Adibah died, I didn’t say anything.
I told her to check again, afraid of uncertain news. When she confirmed, I was silent for a long time, because I didn’t know what to do.
I am very close to the deceased although people do not see him. When I was sick, he called me to give me a word of encouragement. So I really can’t say.
I don’t know about the pain
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Adds the holder of the name Mohammad Zalimei Ishak, he noticed the physical changes of the deceased who was losing weight but did not know about the ovarian cancer she suffered from.
I saw a picture of him looking skinny, but I don’t know why so many people are on a diet now. But my wife said that she is skinny sick. Worried too.
The ghost never told him anything about his illness. When he died, then I knew.
Remy also assisted in the process of burying Adibah’s body, which was safely buried at the Keramat Permai Islamic Cemetery, Taman Keramat, at 11:30am on Sunday.
lots of advice
Meanwhile, movie actors Box say familiarity with the singer of the song too special like a sister. She added that the deceased always gave advice, especially about the future.
Too much advice… I know her not only as a cheerleader but as a sister. He always advises in terms of the future, don’t rely entirely on show business.
Do something else, because you have more experience in show business. A lot of advice not like a child of art, the time I was sick, he told me what to do.
Kak Dibah also went through that phase, so he gave a lot of advice. The deceased is a loving person and a positive person.
Earlier, the late Adibah, 52, took her last breath around 7:40 p.m. Saturday at Gleaneagles Hospital due to stage four ovarian cancer.