Vlogger Kimpoy Feliciano revealed that Lloyd Cadena had dreamed of becoming a dentist as he looked back on one of their last conversations.
Cadena passed away at the age of 26, his family announced through his official Facebook page yesterday, Sept. 4.
Feliciano posted screenshots of their exchange on his profile earlier today, Sept. 5.
“Gusto ko nga [d]entistry. Yon talaga pangarap ko noon pa,” Cadena told Felciano while they spoke about their goals via Instagram. Feliciano plans on becoming a pilot.
Lloyd wanted to be a dentist after ECQ 💔 Ako naman, sabi ko sa kanya isasakay ko siya kapag naging piloto ako.”Maiksi lang ang buhay, search for your purpose” 😢Lloyd Cafe Cadena
Cadena then stated that he planned to enroll in a dentistry program after the enhanced community quarantine. The late vlogger also encouraged to Feliciano to pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.
“Go for it!! Habang may panahon pa (While there is still time),” Cadena said. “Maiksi lang ang [b]uhay (Life is short).”
Cadena then urged Feliciano to do what he wants and to “[s]earch for [his] purpose.” Prior to recalling their conversation, Feliciano paid tribute to Cadena shortly after learning of his death.
“Si Lloyd Cafe Cadena ang isa sa mga unang naging kaibigan ko sa industriya (Lloyd Cafe Cadena is one of the first friends I made in the industry),” Feliciano said alongside two photos of them.
Si Lloyd Cafe Cadena ang isa sa mga unang naging kaibigan ko sa industriya 💔 Kaibigan hindi lang sa trabaho, pero sa buhay 🥺 Mamimiss kita Lloyd! Mamimiss ka namin! Pero masakit 😔
“Kaibigan hindi lang sa trabaho, pero sa buhay,” he added. “Mamimiss kita Lloyd! Mamimiss ka namin! Pero masakit.”
(Not just a friend in work, but in life. I will miss you Lloyd! We will miss you! But it hurts.)
Cadena started uploading videos on YouTube back in 2011 and had gained more than 5 million subscribers on his main channel over the years. Meanwhile, his vlogging channel had amassed 3.1 million subscribers. /ra
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