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'I would've slapped him': Bea Alonzo recalls seeing Gerald Anderson after controversial split
Gerald Anderson and Bea Alonzo at the 2018 ABS-CBN Ball
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'I would've slapped him': Bea Alonzo recalls seeing Gerald Anderson after controversial split

Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - April 10, 2021 - 10:11am

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya actress Bea Alonzo recalled the moment she almost slapped ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson after their breakup. 

In her interview with G3 San Diego for Mega Entertainment magazine, Bea said she only saw Gerald once at the Star Magic Ball after the controversial breakup. 

“Nakita ko 'yung likod niya nu’ng ball pero na-traffic kami, hindi ko na s'ya nakita and medyo nakainom pa naman ako noon,” Bea said.

“I would’ve slapped him. I would have,” she added.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Bea also said that she’s mad at Gerald because he “gaslighted” her, besides the infidelity and ghosting issues.

“Apart from, of course the whole infidelity thing and the whole ghosting thing, I think I’m mad at him more because he gaslighted me. I think it was more of that and until now, he’s not holding himself accountable. That’s what really gets me. He has not changed. Not a bit. He was only protecting himself. He’s selfish,” she said. 

“I can’t even find the words to describe that man.”

But Bea moved on from Gerald and recently admitted that she’s dating actor Dominic Roque. 

“To be honest, when he ghosted me, para akong na-scam. As in like, when I posted what I posted, (the “Enough” over black on her Instagram), it felt like a weight off my shoulder. Parang I felt I was able to get my power back. Parang naisip ko, in my head, ‘Let me show you who I really am,’” she said. 

RELATED: Bea Alonzo finally admits dating Dominic Roque

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