- The death of Pablo Aguilera, brother of the famous Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, was announced on January 27th. He was 84 years old and passed away at the ranch that belonged to his brother in Parácuaro, Michoacán. The cause of death is yet unknown, but it is said to be due to various health conditions, including heart problems.
- Little is known about the personal life of Pablo Aguilera, who kept away from the spotlight and cameras. However, he did reveal some personal information and shared anecdotes about his brother in various interviews. He also mentioned his passion for composing music but never revealed it to Juan Gabriel.
- Pablo Aguilera and his nephew Iván Aguilera were involved in a legal battle over the family property in Parácuaro, Michoacán. After four years, it was determined that the property belonged to Juan Gabriel’s inheritance, and Pablo was asked to vacate it in 2021, which he never did. The dispute over the property and the legal battle were a significant part of Pablo’s life and his relationship with his nephew and brother.
On Friday, January 27th, the death of Pablo Aguilera, brother of the “Divo de Juárez” Juan Gabriel, was announced; Pablo would be the only close relative still alive of the famous “Noa noa” singer, who stayed away from the spotlight for a long time, especially when the singer of “Abrázame Muy Fuerte” was on the rise.
The news of his death was released by El Gordo y la Flaca through its social networks, where it was detailed that Pablo died at the age of 84 at the ranch that belonged to his famous brother in Parácuaro, Michoacán. So far, the causes of his unfortunate death are unknown. However, it is said that it was presumably due to various health conditions, including heart problems.
Pablo Aguilera’s private life
Little is known about the personal life of one of Juan Gabriel’s ten brothers. He kept away from the cameras, but with time he began to reveal certain personal information, as well as the experiences he had with his successful brother, who dedicated his life to music.
In several interviews, the brother of the singer from Parácuaro, Michoacán, said he also dedicated part of his life to composing music. However, he decided to keep his talent and never reveal it to his brother “Juanga”; in addition, in these talks for various media, he shared how his family lived together, as well as anecdotes never before revealed.
“I did think of telling him -Juan Gabriel- that I composed, but I never told him because he didn’t have time to listen to those things. He never knew them -his songs-; he knew Lupe’s, my brother’s, because he did write for him,” she told the program Suelta la Sopa in 2020.
The legal battle against Iván Aguilera for a property in Michoacán
It should be noted that Pablo Aguilera pointed out on multiple occasions that his brother, known for songs such as “Te Lo Pido Por Favor” or “Hasta Que Te Conocí,” inherited him still alive the property located in Parácuaro, Michoacán, where they were both born; despite this, Juan Gabriel’s brother faced a legal battle with his nephew Iván Aguilera.
It was in 2016 when the nephew and universal heir of the famous singer was involved in a complex scenario next to his uncle Pablo due to the fact that they disputed over this family property; however, the singer-songwriter’s brother won the case and decided to live in this ranch until the end of his days.
After four years of legal battle, it was determined that the property was part of Juan Gabriel’s inheritance, so he asked his uncle to vacate it in 2021, although he never left.
Pablo Aguilera did not know why his nephew stripped him of his brother’s gift: “The day they tell me it has to be handed over, well, it has to be handed over. I am here because Alberto did this, and I made it in the little house where I am, just for that reason, but then God will say. We hope this doesn’t happen, but it has to happen anyway,” he told Despierta América.
How many siblings did Juan Gabriel have?
Juan Gabriel belonged to a large family of several children, of whom only Pablo Aguilera survived, at least since yesterday, when he died at 84.
The interpreter of “Me Gusta Estar Contigo” was the youngest of a total of 10 siblings named: Rosa, Virginia, José Guadalupe, Gabriel, Pablo, and Miguel, and 3 men named Rafael, who died at a very young age.
Several versions claim that Juan Gabriel’s siblings exercised violence against him due to his alleged sexual preferences.