September 30, 2022

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The widower of Paulo Gustavo dumps the ashes of the comedian in New York City

The widower of Paulo Gustavo dumps the ashes of the comedian in New York City

Talise Britas, 40, shared with his followers, last night, a video of him throwing ashes Paulo Gustavo, who died exactly seven months ago from COVID-19, in New York in the United States.

In an Instagram post, the dermatologist explained that it was exciting to be in a special place to have fun with Paulo Gustavo and said that throwing ashes was a way of creating the New York comedian.

It’s so good to have you around, even if you are far away… to feel you everywhere, in every friend, in every love that spreads all over the world! Today the world completes 7 months without your physical presence, but you will not be absent! Start. And now, forever in New York too. Was she very beautiful? The day was more joyful when I greeted you!

In the comments, fans and admirers of Thales Bretas left messages of support and love.

One follower said, “Everything is beautiful. Heaven is more.” Another online user added: “It will always be there.” A third fan wrote, “What an emotion! Viva Paulo Gustavo Eterno.”

humorist Paulo Gustavo died last May, at the age of 42, a victim of COVID-19. She left her husband, Thales Britas, and her two children, Romeo and Jill. The actor enjoyed traveling to New York and bought an apartment in the city in 2018.

See pictures of comedian and actor Paulo Gustavo