- Jasmin Basar was a graduate of Communication Arts from Far Eastern University
- She joined MOR 101.9 in 2009 and she was known for her earliest show ‘Dear Jasmin’
Jasmin Basar, better known as DJ Jasmin MOR 101.9 disk jockey who was one the host of ‘Dear MOR,’ died early on July 30, 2019 from End-Stage Chronic Kidney Disease which she had battling with for seven years.
Her death was announced on social media by the official account of her radio station.
DJ Jasmin was on the radio for over a decade. She mentored some on-air talents and was an on-air friend to some listeners of their radio show via ‘Dear MOR’ with DJ Popoy.
Fellow DJs and avid radio listeners were saddened today by her passing.
Listening to One Sweet Day dedicated to Dj Jasmin of MOR
— Lloyd Cafe Cadena (@LloydCadena) July 30, 2019
Besides dj popoy, you truly are the reason why I started listening to dear mor when I was in grade 10 up until now that I'm in college. Rest in Peace, DJ Jasmin. 😢💔 https://t.co/1IuQl4flDG
— marielle (@marscxz) July 30, 2019
praying for dj jasmin and her family, please give them strength 😢🙏🏻
— 𝙨𝙝𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙚𝙮 🍒 (@shelleybalbin) July 30, 2019
RIP Dj Jasmin, One of my fave dj sa MOR 🙁
— Ken (@Keeeeeeeyy) July 30, 2019
Avid radio listeners are saddened today as DJ Jasmin of MOR 101.9 has passed away after battling End Stage Chronic Kidney Disease for the past 7 years.
She was known for her popular segment Dear MOR with partner DJ Popoy. pic.twitter.com/l1HbSCuRq7
— The Philippine Catalog (@thePHcatalog) July 30, 2019
DJ Popoy said earlier, "Paano magiging Popoy at Jasmin kung wala ka na DJ Jasmin?"💔
sakit brad! starting tommorow, listening to Dear MOR with DJ Popoy will never be the same😢 rest in peace DJ Jasmin pic.twitter.com/X0gGxQu3p2
— yzah🌻 (@isahkrung) July 30, 2019
In 2009, DJ Jasmin joined MOR 101.9 radio station as a DJ.