Was COVID-19 Involved in Hispanic Elvis’ Cause of Death?
The passing of the beloved San Antonio personality has been announced on March 31, 2022, at the age of 76. Hispanic Elvis’ cause of death has not been officially confirmed yet, but a possibility of an illness stands behind it.
Before anything else, you may want to take a quick read on his personal life and career.
Hispanic Elvis is considered to be the Market Square icon known for his King of Rock and Roll, impersonations, and friendly personality.
He was a staple of downtown San Antonio for generations, although, was a fixture of Fiesta at Market Square.
Born and raised on the city’s West Side, Cisneros once said that they grew up in a small house behind the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
Cisneros said his brother played guitar in a band in the 1960s, performing at historic venues like Patio Andaluz near downtown, while many people are aware of his current persona as Hispanic Elvis.
According to his brother, Cisneros, Hispanic Elvis started his street performances in front of the Alamo before he spent the majority of his time at Market Square, and would like to pose as a mannequin in front of Ripley’s Museum to have fun with visitors.
For more than 20 years, he became Hispanic Elvis. His brother shared that some people don’t understand him because of what he does; however, he lived his dream.
His brother also shared after Hispanic Elvis’ death that he had always been a performer. He wasn’t out to hurt anyone.
Noted, to help the family with final arrangements for Hispanics, a GoFundMe has been created. Donors can support the family through this link.
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What We Know About Hispanic Elvis’ Cause of Sudden Death
Following the possibility of Covid-19 behind Hispanic Elvis’ cause of death, it’s stated that he was hospitalized on January 10 with an esophagus infection and COVID-19.
George Cisneros, Hispanic Elvis‘ youngest brother, shared on January 24, that his brother had been released to a rehabilitation facility and “only time would tell” when he’d be able to bounce back.
On March 22, the family shared that Hispanic Elvis was placed in hospice care. unfortunately, Cisneros confirmed to MySA that the San Antonio star had passed away on March 31.
local artist Colton Valentine tributed to Hispanic Elvis by painting a mural of the man on San Pedro Avenue. The mural shows Hispanic Elvis riding his bicycle, a common sight near downtown and the West Side, with his homemade guitar, sunglasses, and flashy attire.
He captioned the painting: “HISPANIC ELVIS 😎👷🏽♂️ #hispanicelvis (btw he’s alive and well, just giving this man his flowers while he’s here 🤓) COMMENT SOME HISPANIC ELVIS STORIES we need them haha.”
He wrote: “This man has been rocking with his Elvis vibes since way back and I just felt it was right to gift him this mural after all the hard work he’s put in over the years for San Antonio. 👷🏽♂️🦂🙏🏽”
Cisneros commented under the post: “I’m so grateful to the artist who drew that mural.”
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Reactions to Hispanic Elvis Death
Since the heartbreaking news came out, many have been sharing their sympathies and condolences through social media.
Jose Arredondo wrote: “It sucks to see his privacy be invaded for some clout. Continue honoring him and share those beautiful stories, but be respectful of him and his family. That’s what this San Anto icon deserved. R.I.P. HispanicElvis.”
He added: “Hispanic Elvis’ family told me they are upset that his full name is being shared — they say a nurse leaked his passing to the public. I’ve known Hispanic Elvis for 5 years. He was a very private person, and he shared a lot of personal things with me.”
Maddy Skye tweeted: “I can clearly remember the first time I saw Hispanic Elvis. It wasn’t at Market Square but at my neighborhood H-E-B with my grandma. I’m sad I never got a photo with him.”
She continued: “Hispanic Elvis is likely the most-photographed person in downtown San Antonio. With his gold-rimmed sunglasses, red cape & homemade guitar, the local star was always ready to pose for the camera. It’s those moments that are being remembered today.”
Rebeccah Macías expressed: “HispanicElvis has left the building… The news of his death comes as #Fiesta2022 prepares to kick off and San Antonio is delivering heartfelt tributes about the Market Square icon.”
A fan commented: “Mexican Elvis had left the building. Graceland had the Elvis, but SA had “The beloved Mexican Elvis.” And, he will be missed. Rest In Peace ✌️”
Fares Sabawi paid tribute as well: “San Antonio’s beloved ‘HispanicElvis’ has died after an illness, family confirms.”