Bunga Citra Lestari and her family recently paid a visit to the late Ashraf Sinclair’s graveyard at St. Diego Hills, Karawang, just a few days before the starlet’s home country, Indonesia went into a large-scale restrictions (lockdown) order, or LSSR in short, for two weeks.

For those curious, the Indonesian government announced that the country will be undergoing another round of LSSR period starting today (Monday, 14th September). This came in light of the sudden increase of Covid-19 cases in the country.

 

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BCL’s mom, Emmy Sharif, took to her Instagram to post some of the shots taken during their visit over the weekend. The singer was spotted complying to the government’s standard operating procedures (SOPs) by wearing a mask and a face shield.

Another portrait shows their one-and-only son, Noah Sinclair, sitting right beside his father’s grave while reciting a prayer. The 10-year-old was also seen sporting the protective gear on his face. As at time of writing, Emmy’s post has gained over 13k likes on Instagram.

Source: Instagram

Many fans of the “12 Tahun Terindah” songstress took to the comments to leave uplifting remarks in response to the heart-wrenching post. In this case, most of them shared their warm prayers and paid their condolences to BCL and the rest of her family.

Source: Tribun News.

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