- Jun “Khalid” Cadena shared an emotional video showing his hurt over the passing of his son, Lloyd
- Lloyd’s father, who is an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW), said he received the news from his daughter while he was at work
- He expressed his regret over not seeing Lloyd for the last time
Lloyd Cadena’s father couldn’t control his emotions when he broke down as he issued a statement following the passing of his son.
Jun “Khalid” Cadena appeared on a vlog via his own YouTube channel to share his pain over Lloyd’s passing. He is an overseas Filipino worker in the Middle East and received the news from his daughter while he was at work.
Jun recalled how his daughter informed him saying, “‘Papa, wala na si Lloyd.'” With deep emotions, he shared his regret of not seeing Lloyd soon.
“Napakasakit. Ang hirap tanggapin na nam
atay lang siya. Mabait ang anak ko. ‘Di man lang kami nagkita pang huli. Anak, patawad ‘di na kita nakita muli,” he said.
He went on to describe his initial reaction upon hearing the news. Jun said, “Parang nawalan ako ng lakas kahapon nung narinig ko ‘yung sinabi ng anak ko. Nagulat ako, ‘di ko maintindihan. Maybe two to three minutes or more, tulala ako eh.”
Jun went on to ask the public to respect the decision of his family for privacy. He said, “Galangin niyo na lang ‘yung privacy naming pamilya.”
Lloyd, who was a popular YouTube personality, started sharing his vlogs in 2011. He has a more than 8 million subscribers from his two YouTube channels. His passing has shocked many netizens and celebrities online.
You can watch the video from BiaKid360 YouTube channel:
Nagbigay ng pasasalamat at update ang pamilya Cadena sa Facebook page nito kaugnay sa mga pangyayari sa mga huling araw ng kanilang minamahal na kaanak.
Lloyd was confined in the hospital on September 1 due to high fever and dry cough. He was tested for COVID-19 on the same day which the result came out positive on September 3. As soon as the result of his swab test came out, our family, including BNT immediately isolated themselves. His vitals were okay and had no complaints. On September 4, 5am he was seen by the staff unresponsive and pale looking. As informed by the doctor, he suffered a h
eart a ttack while asleep. He was crem ated yesterday and his r emains is in our house in Cavite in the meantime.
All expressions of sympathy, including flowers and cards are welcome. You may send them to our address at #14 Scarah, Kaingin Rd., Brgy. Sto. Niño, Parañaque City.
– Cadena Family