The singer between memories and emotion: “I promised him many things and I’m making them happen”
Emma Marrone, guest today on Domenica In, in the interview with Mara Venier emotionally remembers her father, who passed away after an illness. “I would have done everything for him but we couldn’t do anything, it hurt me a lot to see my father suffer so much,” says the singer. “
“I would have done everything for him but we couldn’t do anything, it hurt me a lot to see my father suffer so much. There are more treatable and less violent leukemias, in my father’s case there was a chain of events that did not make salvation is possible. The thing that I still have to cure and that devastated me more than death itself, was seeing my superhero, beautiful, big, becoming smaller and smaller, more and more suffering and feeling helpless in front of all this”, says the the artist, who launches an appeal in support of Admo, the bone marrow donor association.
“Find out how to become a donor: it’s such a beautiful thing that you can do for yourself but also for others, I recommend becoming a donor.” The interview continues with memories and emotion: “There was never anything ‘unsaid’ in our house, I always told him that I loved him. There wasn’t a day in which I didn’t tell him ‘I love you ‘goodnight dad’. We spoke 7-8 times a day, always. I was with him until the end, so I have no regrets. I promised him many things and I’m fulfilling them”, she concludes.