Aranza Peña’s dad reveals what was the ‘La Rosa de Guadalupe’ actress’ last WILL

Aranza Peña’s dad reveals what was the ‘La Rosa de Guadalupe’ actress’ last WILL

A few days ago, the acting industry in Mexico was surprised by death Aranza Pena, actress fromto Rose of Guadalupe‘ as he was only 26 years old and very much looking forward to continuing to grow professionally, but now that it has been almost a week since the unfortunate news, its now Father He has uncovered what was yours last will.

The tragic event happened last weekend when a serious car accident was reported in the city of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca on Saturday night. Later it was reported that in this incident the actress Aranza Penathat although to this day it has not been said exactly what happened, it is speculated that he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a concrete pole.

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Through social networks, the Televisa Center for Artistic Education (CEA) shared the tragic news and dedicated a message to him: “It is with deep sadness that we join the grief felt by the family and friends of Aranza Peña for his sensitive death. DEP,” read the official Twitter account.

This was the last will of Aranza Peña, actress of ‘La Rosa de Guadalupe’

Although he was very young, he Father from Aranza Pena uncovered the last will from her, namely that she stayed at the CDMX as she considered it her second home, in addition to the fact that it was the place where she fulfilled her lifelong dream actressfor it is worth remembering that it originally came from Oaxaca.

“Although my daughter loved Salina Cruz and Oaxaca loved my daughter, her choice has always been to stay in Mexico City, her second home. That’s why we decided that his body will be buried here,” Sergio Peña Aburto, Aranza’s father, told El Universal newspaper.

Aranza began to become with his intention actress since he was 16 when he moved to the Mexican capital. Graduating from Televisa’s Center for Artistic Education (CEA) in 2013, he landed roles in programs such as “The Rose of Guadalupe‘and as the saying goes’.