Selena's fans and father reflect on the 20th anniversary of her death
Twenty years later, fans continue to honor the "Queen of Tejano music."
Via AP Online:
"Of course I'm happy that, today, people remember Selena more than ever," Abraham Quintanilla Jr. said via phone from his office in Corpus Christi. "But as Jehova's Witnesses, we don't celebrate deaths or birthdays, and we don't want people to think we're behind all the festivities.
"It's crazy. It grows every day with events everywhere, but we're not organizing them. Our family never got together every year on the day of her murder, because there's nothing to celebrate, and this year won't be the exception," he added. "We remember our daughter every single day. We don't need a special day to remember her."