Singers Morissette Amon, Sarah Geronimo, and Angeline Quinto
Screenshots from Instagram/Morissette Amon, Sarah Geronimo, and Angeline Quinto
Did Morissette Amon, Angeline Quinto really laugh at Sarah Geronimo’s breakdown?
Jan Milo Severo ( - May 17, 2018 - 11:17am

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya singers Morissette Amon and Angeline Quinto admitted they have not met with Sarah Geronimo to talk about the alleged laughing incident following the pop star's recent break down at her Las Vegas concert.

The fans of Sarah bashed Angeline and Morissette over their alleged controversial reaction to the video of the singer’s emotional breakdown. The bashing came after the personal assistant of an actress revealed that the two singers allegedly laughed at Sarah’s breakdown and even called her “pabebe.”

In separate interviews with the media at the red Carpet of Myx Music Awards 2018, Morissette said she was saddened by the issue because many people thought it was true.

“I haven’t personally talked to Ate (Sarah) yet but I would like to apologize pa rin kasi I’m sure sa dami nang stress na nararanasan niya nung time na yon, nadagdag pa yon,” Morissette said.

She said they addressed the issue in the proper way so she was not affected by the intrigue.

“Hindi naman ako naging affected kasi alam kong wala akong ginawa. Hinayaan ko na lang  naman talaga mag die down yung issue,” she said.

Angeline said she and Sarah have not met yet but they already talked on the phone.

“Hindi pa rin kami nagkikita ng personal. Pero gaya ng sinabi ko nong last, last week, nag-message siya sa akin na nanghihingi ng sorry. Maayos naman po kasi kami talaga,” Angeline said.

She also said she is still in the process of recovering from the issue, but she is happy she did not feel alone because there are people helping her.

“Siguro ang mga bashers naman talaga, hindi naman ‘yan nawawala eh. Ako kahit anong masakit na salita ang ibato sa akin, kaya kong tanggapin yon. ‘Wag lang aabot sa puntong madadamay ang magulang ko,” she said.

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