Chris Perez deletes social media post alleging his legacy, time with Selena was being erased
SAN ANTONIO – Chris Perez, the former lead guitarist of Selena y Los Dinos and widower, says he acted out of character in recent days, alleging that his legacy and relationship with Selena Quintanilla was being erased. On Wednesday, Perez posted on social media that he had heard rumors of photographs of him and Selena were being removed from the museum. RELATED: ‘Heard they were trying to make me nonexistent to Selena’s legacy:’ Chris Perez social media post goes viral“I never intended for my social media platforms to be used to divide people...and I’m afraid I’ve done just that with a few (more recent) posts and comments and it’s not sitting too well with me...I’m just not that guy,” Perez said in his post. Suzette Quintanilla, the sister of Selena and now manager of the Selena Museum in Corpus Christi, says the rumors were simply not true, pointing to pictures of Perez on display. RELATED: Chris Perez reflects on his life with, without Selena, and her legacy 25 years later
The McNay to host Selena photo exhibit
SAN ANTONIO – The McNay Art Museum will pay tribute to Tejano music legend Selena with a series of photographs by award-winning San Antonio photographer John Dyer. Selena was the subject of Dyer’s photo assignments for the cover of Más Magazine in 1992 and for Texas Monthly in 1995, just months before she was killed. First trailer for ‘Selena: The Series’ on Netflix releasedThe exhibit, which will run from Jan. 15 to July 15, was curated by the museum’s head of education, Kate Carey. For more information, click here.