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Desgarrador recuerdo de Kevin McHale con Naya Rivera: cómo se enteraron de la muerte de Cory Monteith

14 de julio de 2020

El actor escribió un conmovedor texto en el que destacó el amor de Naya por su hijo de cuatro años y contó cómo sobrepasaron la trágica noticia.

Kevin McHale fue uno de los actores y amigos de Naya Rivera que no dejó de relacionar la muerte de ella con la de Cory Monteith, otro de los miembros de Glee que murió trágicamente.

Es que luego de cinco días de búsqueda, Naya fue hallada en el lago Piru de California el séptimo aniversario de la muerte del actor. En Twitter, McHale comentó: "No soy religioso de ninguna manera, pero sería difícil convencerme de que Cory no ayudó a encontrar a nuestra chica. Estos 2, en muchos sentidos, eran las versiones masculinas y femeninas de uno y otro. Muy amables, preocupados profundamente, eran estúpidamente talentosos, la gente más divertida y realmente muy buena", escribió.

En Instagram, además, contó que hace siete años, él estaba junto a Naya cuando se enteraron de la trágica noticia de su ex compañero. "Hace 7 años un día como hoy, ella y yo, estábamos juntos en Londres cuando nos enteramos lo de Cory. Estábamos tan lejos, pero estaba tan agradecido de que nos teníamos el uno al otro. Hace una semana hoy estábamos hablando de huir a Hawai. Esto no tiene sentido. Y sé que probablemente nunca lo tendrá", comentó.

Además, mencionó la valentía que tuvo ella al salvar a su hijo del agua: "Estoy agradecido de que Naya haya recuperado a ese hermoso niño en ese bote. Estoy agradecido de que tenga una familia fuerte a su alrededor para protegerlo y contarle sobre su increíble madre. Solo espero más que nada que su familia tenga el espacio y el tiempo para aceptar esto. Por tener un cuerpo tan pequeño, Naya tenía una presencia tan gigantesca".

My Naya, my Snixxx, my Bee. I legitimately can not imagine this world without you.•7 years ago today, she and I were together in London when we found out about Cory. We were so far away, but I was so thankful that we had each other. A week ago today we were talking about running away to Hawaii. This doesn’t make sense. And I know it probably never will.•She was so independent and strong and the idea of her not being here is something I cannot comprehend. She was the single most quick-witted person I’ve ever met, with a steel-trap memory that could recall the most forgettable conversations from a decade ago verbatim. The amount of times she would memorize all of those crazy monologues on Glee the morning of and would never ever mess up during the scene… I mean, she was clearly more talented than the rest of us. She was the most talented person I’ve ever known. There is nothing she couldn’t do and I’m furious we won’t get to see more. •I’m thankful for all the ways in which she made me a better person. She taught me how to advocate for myself and to speak up for the things and people that were important to me, always. I’m thankful for the times I grew an ab muscle from laughing so hard at something she said. I’m thankful she became like family. I’m thankful that my dad happened to have met her weeks before I did and when I got Glee, he told me to “look out for a girl named Naya because she seemed nice.” Well dad, she was nice and she became one of my favorite people ever. •If you were fortunate enough to have known her, you’ll know that her most natural talent of all was being a mother. The way that she loved her boy, it was truly Naya at her most peaceful. I’m thankful that Naya got that beautiful little boy back on that boat. I’m thankful he will have a strong family around him to protect him and tell him about his incredible mom. I just hope more than anything that her family is given the space and time to come to terms with this. For having such tiny body, Naya had such a gigantic presence, a void that will now be felt by all of us - those of us who knew her personally and the millions of you who loved her through your TVs. I love you, Bee.
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My Naya, my Snixxx, my Bee. I legitimately can not imagine this world without you. • 7 years ago today, she and I were together in London when we found out about Cory. We were so far away, but I was so thankful that we had each other. A week ago today we were talking about running away to Hawaii. This doesn’t make sense. And I know it probably never will. • She was so independent and strong and the idea of her not being here is something I cannot comprehend. She was the single most quick-witted person I’ve ever met, with a steel-trap memory that could recall the most forgettable conversations from a decade ago verbatim. The amount of times she would memorize all of those crazy monologues on Glee the morning of and would never ever mess up during the scene… I mean, she was clearly more talented than the rest of us. She was the most talented person I’ve ever known. There is nothing she couldn’t do and I’m furious we won’t get to see more. • I’m thankful for all the ways in which she made me a better person. She taught me how to advocate for myself and to speak up for the things and people that were important to me, always. I’m thankful for the times I grew an ab muscle from laughing so hard at something she said. I’m thankful she became like family. I’m thankful that my dad happened to have met her weeks before I did and when I got Glee, he told me to “look out for a girl named Naya because she seemed nice.” Well dad, she was nice and she became one of my favorite people ever. • If you were fortunate enough to have known her, you’ll know that her most natural talent of all was being a mother. The way that she loved her boy, it was truly Naya at her most peaceful. I’m thankful that Naya got that beautiful little boy back on that boat. I’m thankful he will have a strong family around him to protect him and tell him about his incredible mom. I just hope more than anything that her family is given the space and time to come to terms with this. For having such tiny body, Naya had such a gigantic presence, a void that will now be felt by all of us - those of us who knew her personally and the millions of you who loved her through your TVs. I love you, Bee.

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