The death of Betty Pino has caused shockwaves in the enterainment and radio world. Pino lost her battle after a bacterial infection attacked her organs and was placed in an induced coma. The Univision DJ was 63, according to a close source.

In exclusive statements made available to, find out what her closest friends and colleagues had to say about the radio pioneer's sudden death.

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María Andrea Fridmann, Editor of HuffPost Latino, said in an exclusive statement to what she's going to miss the most about Betty: "Her sweetness. Turning the radio on at 10 and not being able to listen to "Betty musicales" and her emblematic catchphrase "Amor, 107.5 amor." Her house that was always open for anyone who wanted to listen to her anecdotes and her double entendre jokes when she spoke of her greatest love, Dyango."

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Media Concepts PR President, Alberto Gómez, shared the intimate relationship he had with Bett: "I met Betty Pino due to the profound friendship she had with Lucia Mendez. When I arrived to Miami, our friendship and admiration was immediate and I shared moments of happiness, sadness and anecdotes. Very few people know that for a while we worked together in what would've been an entertainment news format with the queen of the radio, unfortunately it never happened, but a great friendship did emerge. See you soon Betty. Rest in peace. I have you in my heart."

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Our very own Editor-in-Chief, Ernesto Sánchez, also weighed in: "Betty Pino is one of most important personalities in the Latin industry in this country. Her voice accompanied many radio listeners in Miami. We will miss her good taste in music, but above all her great sense of humor. Hopefully they receive her on the other side with marvelous music!"

"It is extremely difficult to write this, because more than a colleague, she was like a sister to me," Javier Romero, friend and colleague, wrote on his Facebook page. "I am going to miss her a lot. Let's all remember her by all those melodies of good music and lovely comments that she gave us.. rest in peace!"

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Twitter has been abuzz with Pino's passing and celebrities that have worked with the radio personality have reacted:

Raphael: "Dear Betty Pino, your unexpected passing is so sad. I will always remember you, you will always be in my hear. Hugs to all your friends and family with great love."

Myriam Hernández: "Too sad. She has left on a trip forever my dear friend Betty Pino, the one that made "El hombre que yo amo" a hit in Miami. Betty why...."

Ricardo Montaner: "What a profound sadness the parting of my great friend Betty Pino. She always said something nice, we all love her very much."

Willie Colón: "Such a lovely person. May she rest in peace."

María Celeste Arrarás: "Rest in peace Betty Pino, radio pioneer and friend"

Luis Fonsi: "Rest in peace Betty Pino. Thank you for gifting us your dedication and passion for music. Radio will not be the same without you."

Carlos Baute: "Friends and family of Amor 107.5 FM, I feel the loss of our dear friend Betty Pino, what a sad sad, I still can't believe it."

Roberto Angelelli: "So sad with the death of the Ecuadorian with a long and unmatchable career, Betty Pino. The Latin radio in Miami is mourning. R.I.P."