Jovan Arriaga, Suzette Quintanilla’s son, is the only kid that she has ever had. In addition to the fact that his mother is a well-known pop singer and percussionist, he has a striking resemblance to his late aunt, the singer Selena Quintanilla. The information you need to know about him is included here.

Jovan Arriaga is the child of Bill Arriaga and Suzette Quintanilla. His birth occurred five years after the union of his parents. Before getting married in 1993, his parents were together for a number of years as a couple.

Suzette Quintanilla thinks her kid inherited her sister Selena Quintanilla’s grin. Jovan Arriaga has chosen to keep a low profile, as seen by the fact that he has made his Instagram account private. Having said that, the following is some information that we discovered on him and his family.


The narrative of Tejano singer Selena’s rise to prominence and the sacrifices she and her family were forced to make along the way is shown in the television show “Selena: The Series,” which made its debut on Netflix on December 4, 2020. “Selena: The Series” depicts the story of Selena’s family.

The audience got to see the beginning of Suzette and Bill’s love affair in the eighth episode. Noemi Gonzalez portrayed the role of Suzette, while Christian Escobar took on the role of Bill.

The couple tied the knot in 1993, but they did not become parents to their one and only child, a boy named Jovan, until another five years had passed. In spite of the fact that Jovan was never given the opportunity to meet his mother’s sister, Suzette has said in a post on social media that Jovan’s grin is quite similar to that of Selena.


Suzette has not discussed her spouse Bill in any interviews she has given to the public, although she does post several images of him on her Instagram account. According to the plot of the series, their first encounter was tense, but after that, sparks flew between them, and their friendship quickly developed into love.

Not only was Jovan’s mother Selena’s sister and the drummer for the band, but she and Jovan’s mother were also very close friends. It was clear from “Selena: The Series” that the two of them had a strong connection that was founded on their mutual enjoyment of music, laughing, and having a good time.


Selena, known as the Queen of Tejano music, was born on April 16, 1971, in the state of Texas. She passed away on March 31, 1995. She was at the pinnacle of her career when she passed away, and at the time of her passing, she was in the middle of recording “Dreaming of You,” her first album to be performed in English.

She also wanted to broaden the reach of her retail chain, Selena Etc., which was established in Texas and had in-house salons. There, customers could purchase the jewelry and apparel that bore her name. Yolanda Salvar was the closest confidante of the artist in addition to managing the company and serving as president of the singer’s fan club.

Soon after, staff at Selena’s complained that Saldvar was erratic and had two different personalities. When Selena did not respond, they voiced their concerns to Abraham Quintanilla Jr., Selena’s father and the manager of the family company. Abraham cautioned Selena that Saldvar may be a threat.

Early in the month of March 1995, the staff of the boutique shared the news with Selena and her family that Saldvar had been stealing money from the establishment. Saldavar rejected the allegations and claimed that she was in possession of papers that would exonerate her, but she did not provide evidence to support her claim.

Although Selena’s father prevented Saldvar from communicating to his daughter, Selena maintained a strong relationship with Saldvar since Saldvar had access to her private financial documents. On March 30, 1995, Saldvar ordered Selena to pick up the promised papers by herself at a Days Inn Motel. Selena complied with this request.

In the beginning, Selena traveled with her husband Chris Pérez, and Saldvar was unable to show the necessary paperwork. The next morning, Selena went by herself to Saldvar’s house and put a lot of pressure on him about the paperwork.

Saldvar shot Selena in the right shoulder as the situation became more dangerous and she attempted to flee. After running into the lobby, Selena eventually passed out and had to be taken to Memorial Medical Center for treatment.

Because her subclavian artery had been cut, the physicians at the hospital determined that she was in a medically diagnosed state of stroke when she arrived there. After unsuccessfully trying to revive Selena for close to an hour, the medical staff finally declared her alive.


Suzette put an end to her career as a drummer when her sister Selena passed away, but she has continued to carry on her sister’s legacy. In addition to that, she served as one of the executive producers for the biopic “Selena: The Series,” which was shown on Netflix.

In addition, Suzette manages license requests for her sister’s image, the most notable of which are MAC’s best-selling cosmetics lines, which were inspired by the singer’s legendary flair for makeup.

Suzette believes that Selena’s passion in cosmetics makes this cooperation a logical next step for her to take. In her words:

“When Selena went away, she was working on three separate lines of merchandise: a clothing line, a beauty line, and a perfume line. One of the things she was working on was her clothes line. I have made a solemn oath to myself that I will finish what she began, something that was very important to her. I will do this before I leave this planet.”

Suzette had also planned and attended several Selena tribute performances, such as the 2005 Selena ‘VIVE! event, which was the first time the band members of Los Dinos had publicly rejoined after Selena’s passing. Other Selena tribute concerts that Suzette had organized and attended include:

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