Who killed Spooky in On My Block?

ON My Block has dropped its fourth season on Netflix, with two beloved characters being killed off.

Here’s everything you need to know about who killed him…

Who killed Spooky in On My Block?

Oscar ‘Spooky’ Diaz (played by Julio Macias) sadly loses his life in episode five of On MY Block season four of the Netflix action packed series.

Oscar’s killer is yet to be revealed, but all clues indicate that it is almost certainly a member of Freeridge's feuding gangs. 

From the start of On MY Block season one, Oscar was the leading member of the Santos gang and made a number of enemies across Freeridge as a result.

In season four, he left the gang life behind him, in hopes of starting a new life in Portland – but this doesn't mean the gang life left him behind. 

Who died in On My Block Season 4?

Oscar ‘Spooky’ Diaz

The most shocking and devastating moment in season five, was when Spooky was shot and killed.

This came moments after he vowed to his girlfriend Isabel (played by Andrea Cortes) that he is going to change his life around. 

As he steps outside his house to make a phone call, a car approaches him.

The screen cuts to black, with viewers only able to hear gunshots, which confirms that the character has passed – but does not reveal who did it.

Abuelita

Abelita (played by Peggy Blow) had been suffering with cancer throughout season four and sadly passed away.

Fans had been bracing themselves for her death which showed that the character was unwell at the start of the season, but it all came sooner than expected.

She is the first original cast member to leave the show from season one.

Viewers find out that she died peacefully in her sleep.

Before she passed, she even managed to see Ruby Martinez (Jason Genao) off to prom, something which she had been longing to do.

Of course, she didn't go without one last surprise, she revealed to Ruby and the group that she had the Rollerworld money from season three.

On My Block seasons 1-4 are available to watch on Netflix

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