Jenni Rivera’s legacy up close and personal

Tuesday marks two years since the tragic plane crash and unexpected passing of Jenni Rivera. SEE ALSO: The family plan to keep Jenni Rivera’s legacy alive As devoted fans on social media show their love and remember the late Mexican songstress, her daughter Chiquis Rivera poured her heart out in an elaborated,long letter released exclusively by “Latina.” “I miss her words and the texts, ‘I love you princess very much.’ I miss her hugs, I miss her laugh—she had such a contagious laugh—I miss that. I miss her cooking. She would make tacos dorado which were so good with this red salsa that I learned to make but it’s not as good as hers, but I really miss that. I miss so many things,” is part of what the 29-year-old singer expressed of her late mother. We too miss Jenni Rivera and we honor her legacy with ten photos that will make anyone feel closer than ever to “La Gran Señora.”The post Jenni Rivera’s legacy up close and personal appeared first on Voxxi.

Singer Jenni Rivera attends the 27th Annual Imagen Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 10, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images)

Tuesday marks two years since the tragic plane crash and unexpected passing of Jenni Rivera.

SEE ALSO: The family plan to keep Jenni Rivera’s legacy alive

As devoted fans on social media show their love and remember the late Mexican songstress, her daughter Chiquis Rivera poured her heart out in an elaborated,long letter released exclusively by “Latina.”

“I miss her words and the texts, ‘I love you princess very much.’ I miss her hugs, I miss her laugh—she had such a contagious laugh—I miss that. I miss her cooking. She would make tacos dorado which were so good with this red salsa that I learned to make but it’s not as good as hers, but I really miss that. I miss so many things,” is part of what the 29-year-old singer expressed of her late mother.

We too miss Jenni Rivera and we honor her legacy with ten photos that will make anyone feel closer than ever to “La Gran Señora.”

The post Jenni Rivera’s legacy up close and personal appeared first on Voxxi.

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