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Jenni Rivera's star vandalized on Hollywood promenade

Two weeks after it was placed, they already made it ugly for the first time by dyeing it black

Hidden under a thick layer of black oil paint was the star that commemorates Jenni Rivera's legacy on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. The popular singer died in 2012, she received her posthumous tribute just two weeks ago.

According to the EFE agency, the picture of the road where the star lies embedded appeared, or rather disappeared, this Monday, July 8, the tribute.

“This morning fans reported that Jenni Rivera's star has been vandalized. “This is unacceptable!” said the Hollywood Walk of Fame organization in a message on X.

The event was reported by followers of the American singer of Mexican origin. They did so by sharing a video that shows two people trying to remove traces of paint. Hands to work, you can see them removing the lost shine with cleaning products and wet wipes.

Despite this, a cleaning team was sent to the place where the star of what is known as 'La Diva de la Banda' is located.

The posthumous star to commemorate Rivera was placed on June 27 in the middle of an emotional ceremony that reviewed his musical legacy. Her five children attended the activity, accompanied by the Mexican singer and family friend Gloria Trevi.

Story of a diva

Born in Long Beach (USA) and died after a plane crash in 2012 in Mexico at the age of 43, Rivera achieved instant fame. In fact, she was recognized, throughout her career, nine consecutive times with the Premio Lo Nuestro. She also garnered two Billboard, 22 Billboard Latin Music and four Latin Grammy nominations.

In 2008, the album 'Jenni' became her first debut at the top of the Billboard Top Latin Albums.

Their catalog consists of multi-platinum albums such as 'Parrandera, rebel y atrevida', 'La gran Señora' and 'Joyas borrowed'. These albums were driven by hits like 'Inolvidable' and 'I already know it'.

In 2013, a year after her death, the Grammy Museum dedicated the first exhibition of a Latin artist to her at that institution. Likewise, in 2016 the city of Long Beach opened the Jenni Rivera Memorial Park.

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