Jenni Rivera had a secret she hoped would never be revealed. The Mexican-American superstar of banda music, who died seven years ago at age 43, was getting death threats before the plane crash that took her life and that of several others on Dec. In a chilling, never-before-aired interview with Mexican radio personality Pepe Garza, the California-born Rivera opened up about that experience and how it haunted her. Garza recalls that day when Rivera, who was visiting the studio, asked him to interview her immediately. She was clear that she wanted the private conversation to be between only the two of them. In the interview, Rivera talked about multiple death threats she received via email, phone calls and message boards. Despite the threats, their mother was never visibly nervous, said Johnny.
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December 8, Entertainment 66 Views. Six years after the departure of Jenni Rivera, a stunning photo of her surface with a tight dress and no bra that reveals much more. The eye-catching image was uploaded to Jenni Rivera's Instagram account, and shortly thereafter received more than 26, likes. In the snapshot you can see Jenni Rivera smiling, combed with her characteristic curls, several golden accessories on the neck and the doll, but the Fiery in the photo is the lemon green dress she uses, as she is not only very tight and shows the singer's impressive curves, but also points out that Jenni does not wear a bra and she "sees more" front attributes. These dates also mourn all the fans of the performer, and so his fans expressed their grief and gratitude for Rivera's artistic career. An artist like no other "," the best band singer so far "," I miss you so much, my beautiful Jenni.
Rivera died in December in a plane crash, at age Now, seven years after her untimely death, that dream is coming true. The untitled film will endeavor to capture the essence of the superstar who was as admired for her soulful voice as she was for her openness about her experiences with abuse, sexual assault and finding success in a male-dominated industry. Jenni Rivera died in December at the age of 43 in a plane crash that also killed six others. She left behind five children and two grandchildren. Known as the "Diva de la Banda," the California-born daughter of Mexican immigrants was at the height of her career when she died. She had sold some 15 million records and received multiple Latin Grammy nominations and two Billboard Mexican Music Awards. Rosie Rivera remembers that people started asking about a biopic days after her sister's death, but that it was too early then for the family and her children.