Flow La Movie’s tragic Instagram post to ‘love of his life’ weeks before they were killed in plane crash with son, 4

MUSIC producer Flow La Movie branded his girlfriend the “love of his life” in a tragic Instagram post – weeks before they were killed in a plane crash.

Jose A Hernandez, his partner of seven years Debbie Von Marie Jiménez Garcia, and his son Jayden Hernandez, four, were onboard a private jet that crashed in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on Wednesday.

On November 8, the Puerto Rican star uploaded a picture of the couple to his Instagram page.

He penned: “Today this birthday is the love of my life @debbiejimenes my love.

“May God give you great health so that you continue to fulfill many more years I love you.”

Instagram users sent several fire emojis as they commented underneath the photograph.

Tributes have also appeared following the music producer's death.

One person wrote: "QEPD" – the Spanish translation for rest in peace.

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Another said: "Rest in peace, (a) legend of the genre."

Nine people were on board the Gulfstream IV private jet when it came down outside Las Americas.

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 died.

The two crew members were Luis Alberto Eljuri Tancredo and Emilio Herrera, both Dominican residents.

The plane departed Las Isabela International Airport and was bound for Orlando.

Minutes after takeoff, the jet needed to make an emergency landing.

Pictures showed thick smoke billowing across the airfield on Wednesday.


Brigadier General Enmanuel Souffront Tamayo, director of the Air Accidents Investigative Commission, said it's "premature" to establish the cause of the accident.

Hernandez also produced Nio García’s AM and La Jeepeta. He launched his own indie record label and management agency signing artists such as Nio García, Casper Magico, and Xound.

In 2021, he earned LatinPlug's Manager of the Year award in its US category.  

Tributes flooded in after the news of Hernandez’s death from Puerto Rican and other Latin artists, including J Balvin and Ricardo Montaner.

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."

Montaner wrote on Twitter, "It's with immense sadness and pain that the Dominican music community and the world loses a great producer, #JoseAngelHernandez…and his young family."

The company that owned the plane confirmed the accident on social media. 

“For Helidosa, this accident causes us great pain and sorrow. We stand in solidarity with the affected families that, along with us, are going through a difficult time,” read a statement.

"We ask our almighty God to give the strength to the family members of its passengers and pilots in the plane, and that God may take them in heaven and that their souls find peace."

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