Influencer Gino Molina’s sister breaks silence after his tragic death & cries he ‘took a piece of me’

Influencer Gino Molina’s sister breaks silence after his tragic death

Following the unexpected and tragic passing of fitness influencer Gino Molina, his sister has broken her silence and shared a heartfelt tribute in his memory.

Popularly known as Big Wicked, Molina tragically passed away on Memorial Day after spending the weekend with his family.

Big Wicked was beloved by fans for his inspiring approach, challenging workouts, and his dedication to his community in Los Angeles, California.

His sister took to Facebook to express her grief, saying, “You took a piece of me with you brother, my heart is shattered in a million pieces.”

She added, “I can’t express what I’m feeling. I want to close my eyes and wake up and hear you calling me sister.”

“I love you so very much, you were my other half,” she continued. “Until we see each other again, I will forever hold your legacy. You were one of a kind! Rest in paradise now brother,” her post concluded.

The official announcement of Molina’s passing was shared by Strength Cartel, a brand he was affiliated with, in an Instagram post.

The post read, “May Wicked rest in peace, and our deepest condolences go out to his family on behalf of the entire Strength Cartel family.”

“Our hearts are with you during this difficult time.”

Since his passing, Molina’s family has set up a GoFundMe page to help with expenses. The fundraiser has already raised over $3,000 in just 16 hours, with a goal of $20,000.

While the cause of his death is still unknown, reports suggesting a motorcycle accident by GHS Funeral Services remain unconfirmed.

In his final Instagram post, shared just two days before his passing, Molina reflected on his life’s journey and expressed gratitude for the progress he had made.

Despite a troubled past that included years in prison, Molina had turned his life around after his last conviction in 2008 for possession of a firearm by a felon and gang enhancement.

“Sometimes in life, we take things for granted and we don’t realize that sometimes people don’t get a second chance,” Molina said in his final video. “Sometimes we don’t even know how fast things can be taken away from us.”