Juan Gabriel's death has caused a lot of speculation due to the secrecy it was handled with by his family. Now a new theory is circling that reveals the Mexican legend was having sexual intercourse when he passed away. "He died having sexual relations with a man," psychic Deseret Tavares told Diario Basta. "He is a young man, that he maintaned in secret and who he gave a lot of money to and I also see that he was taking extasy. I don't know who it is, I see that he died in the arms of a man, because he has having relations... In the flash that I saw, there were a lot of bottles on the floor, I saw pills and I saw that he was wet, that he was in the arms of another man."

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There are other crazy theories out there, like the one Cepillín launched, questioning the veracity of his death. In a recent interview on "El Show De Piolín" he has a theory as to why the music author had to fake his passing. "I am sure that he is not dead because if there is something you can't jump in the U.S. is death," he said. "If you look at things, we never saw the body. That same night the body was taken and the next day he was already cremated in Miami."

Cepillín also added: "It is a complete process when someone dies in a home. They have to get an autopsy and then you investigate. But what is the mystery of that night? The mystery is that he is alive." Piolín jumped in and asked if he was still alive and he answered saying, "I can assure you that he's alive."

What reasons would Juan Gabriel have to fake his death? "Fatigue, so many years working," Cepillín answered. "There comes a moment where his kids were exploiting him, they had him working day and night." Piolín asked that if he was not dead, where would he be and he replied, "in one of his 300 homes because he even had houses in the Bahamas."

Juan Gabriel was born on January 7, 1950 on Cinco de Mayo street, now known as Juan Gabriel Street, in the small town of Parácuaro, Michoacán. He was the youngest of 10 siblings. At the age of 5, he was sent to boarding school where he met a teacher, Juan Contreras, who became his mentor and encouraged him to explore his musical talents. Juan Gabriel began writing songs and working on his voice. Eventually, he escaped boarding school when he was 15. Trying to pursue his dreams of making it in the music business, he traveled to different Mexican cities. Eventually, he began performing in local nightclubs and television using the stage name Adán Luna.

His work as an arranger, producer and songwriter throughout the subsequent decades brought him into contact with the leading Latin artists. In addition to recording numerous hits on his own, Juan Gabriel also produced albums for Dúrcal, Lucha Villa, Lola Beltrán and Paul Anka. In 1984, he released “Recuerdos, Vol. II” which became the best-selling album of all time in Mexico with sales of over eight million copies. He also scored what is considered by many of his fans to be his greatest hit, “Querida” ("My Dear") which stayed at the top of the hits charts for over a year and it still played 30 years later.