Published: Saturday 11 November, 2017

Insensitive Fans Post Photo of Isabel Granada in Her Coffin on Social Media

Friends of Isabel Granada called out fans who have posted photos of Isabel Granada at her wake. Photos of Isabel inside her coffin have been uploaded on social media causing undue grief to her already grieving family.

Isabel Granada wake

Isabel Granada’s wake at Sanctuario de San Jose in Greenhills.

Chuckie Dreyfus, Bianca Lapus and Nadia Montenegro took to social media to slam insensitive fans who went to Isabel Granada’s public viewing on Friday only to post photos of the fallen actress inside her casket. They appealed for respect for Isabel and her family, and asked those visiting the wake at Sanctuario de San Jose to be mindful of the reminders posted at the venue.

“Pakiusap naman po. Sa mga nagpopost ng photo ni Isabel sa kabaong — RESPETO NAMAN PO. Bawal po gumamit ng camera or cellphone para kunan ng photo si Isa. May panawagan na nakapaskil sa burol. Mahiya naman kayo!” wrote Chuckie Dreyfus on Facebook.

“Sa mga makakakita ng ganitong klaseng photo sa social media, pakireport po agad sana para matanggal. Maraming salamat po,” he added.

Meanwhile, Bianca Lapus told everyone respect the family’s wishes that Isabel’s wake be kept private.

“Sa mga dumadalo sa public viewing ni Isabel, nagpapasalamat po kami sa oras at pagmamahal na inaalay niyo sa kanya pero may signages at announcements po na Sana wag naman po picturan yung mukha nya,” she wrote on Facebook.

“Sana po irespect naman natin ang kahilingan ng kanyang Pamilya. Si mama guapa nga po hindi makalapit sa anak niya at ayaw niya makita sa ganong kalagayan pero kinakalat niyo pa. Respeto lng po pwede niyo naman makita ng personal eh pinagbigyan na nga kayo na makita sya eh. Salamat.”

But while Chuckie and Bianca pleaded with fans, Nadia Montenegro did not hide her disgust and slammed those who posted the photos online.

“KONTING RESPETO LANG! KUNG GAWIN SA INYO YAN? DI KAYO MAGAGALIT??? Hindi pakikiramay ginawa mo! Gusto mo lang magpasikat! DO WHAT IS RIGHT EVEN WHEN NO ONE WATCHING!! Dahil Diyos nakakakita lahat nya! YAN LANG ANG HINILING NG PAMILYA NI ISABEL WAG SYANG KUNAN. KONTING RESPETO LANG!” Nadia wrote on her Instagram.

The public viewing will still be open on Saturday but with a shortened period. Instead of 5:00 PM, the public viewing will close at 4:00 PM to give more time for family, relatives and close friends to be with Isabel Granada on the last night of her wake.

Isabel will be cremated on Sunday.