FLOW La Movie's girlfriend posted a sweet tribute to their "beautiful" family just weeks before they were killed in a private plane crash.
The couple and their 4-year-old son were on board a private jet that crashed in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on Wednesday.
Flow La Movie, a record producer whose real name was Jose A Hernandez, had been in a relationship with Debbie Von Marie Jiménez Garcia for seven years, according to her post.
Jiménez Garcia posted several sweet snaps and a heartbreaking caption to mark their anniversary in October, just weeks before they were both killed.
"Wow! How the time flies!" she wrote in Spanish.
"It's been 7 years together! They say it's easy but only those close to us know everything we've been through to get where God has allowed us to be today, we're the best team!
"I thank God for these years with you, for giving us a beautiful family and blessing us always!
"I love you so much Daddy […] for many more years together!"
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Nine people were on board the Gulfstream IV private jet when it went down outside Las Americas on Wednesday.
US nationals Keilyan Hernández Pena, 21, Yeilianys Jeishlimar Meléndez Jiménez, 18, and Jesiel Yabdiel Silva, 13, were also on the doomed flight, according to Telemundo.
Their relationship to the music producer and his family remains unknown.
Pilot Luis Tancredo, 47, co-pilot Emilio Herrera, 32, and stewardess Veronica Estrella, 26, were also killed.
The plane departed Las Isabela International Airport and was bound for Florida.
Minutes after takeoff, the jet needed to make an emergency landing, but the plane went down during the process.
Pictures showed thick smoke billowing across the airfield on Wednesday evening.
Tributes poured in after news of the star and his family's deaths broke.
Colombian artist J Balvin, known as the "Prince of Reggaeton," said: "José Ángel, thanks for your good vibes always. Rest in peace."
Music producer Raphy Pina said: "What a great pain dear God.
"A warrior, his family and crew lost their lives on a flight. Condolences to all of his loves [sic] ones. Horrible event! RIP! How bad."
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