Music producer Flow La Movie and his family tragically died in a plane crash on 15 December 2021 leading mourning fans to want to know more about his personal life and whether he had kids.
Puerto Rican music producer Flow La Movie has died after his private jet crashed and burst into flames while attempting an emergency landing near Las Américas International airport in Dominican Republic.
Reports claim The Gulfstream IV aircraft departed La Isabela International airport on Wednesday, 15 December heading for Miami, Florida, but encountered problems 15 minutes later.
Nine people were on board: seven passengers and three crew.
The music producer, real name José Ángel Hernández, and his wife and son were aboard the jet. The identity of three other passengers were also announced, all US nationals. They were Keilyan Hernandez Pena, 21, Yeilianys Jeishlimar Meléndez Jiménez, 18, and Jesiel Yabdiel Silva, 13. Their relationship to Flow La Movie is currently unknown.
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How many kids did Flow La Movie have?
Flow La Movie had one son, who was also tragically killed in the accident.
Jayden was four years old and was born on 30 July 2017.
The couple rarely show glimpses into their family life, other than to celebrate birthdays and Father’s Day.
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Who is Flow La Movie’s partner?
Flow La Movie’s long-time partner and the mother of his child is Debbie Von Marie Jimenez Garcia. She was born on 8 November 1990, so she was 31 years old at the time of her death in the plane crash.
While her boyfriend is a mastermind behind reggaeton hit Te Boté, Garcia is an Instagram model with 257k followers. An entrepreneur, she regularly models and promotes her clothing brand Stilo By Debbie.
When she wasn’t working on her label, the 31-year-old liked to share moments from her travels to tropical destinations.
The couple celebrated their seventh anniversary on 2 October 2021, although they were not married.
Music industry mourns
Tributes from the Latin music industry have flooded in after news of Flow La Movie’s death.
Hernández’s production breakthrough came in 2018 with Te Boté for Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny. The song topped Billboard’s Hot Latin Song for a whopping 14 weeks from May.
The 38-year-old launched his own record label, signing the likes of Xound, Nio Gardia and Casper Magico. There, he produced hits such as viral TikTok track La Jeepeta and AM for Garcia.
Fellow artists and creatives have taken to social media to share their messages, including J Balvin, Guaynaa and Don Omar.