Gerald Anderson, Julia Barretto
Nanay ni Gerald kontra sa relasyon nila ni Julia
YSTAR - Baby E (Pang-masa) - August 26, 2019 - 12:00am

Muli ay kinaklaro ni Gerald Anderson that Julia Barretto has nothing to do with his and Bea Alonzo’s break-up.

Long before daw kumalat ang balitang nagkakalabuan na sila ni Bea, the two of them have really parted ways. It was because daw of the frequent fights na nagkaroon sila. To the point daw na just to avoid more away, hindi na lang siya nakikipagkita kay Bea o nakipag-usap man lang.

As to his supposed admission sa father ni Julia na si Dennis Padilla na type niyang ligawan si Julia, ‘di ito in-articulate ni Gerald.

In fairness kay Dennis, sa presscon of his malapit nang i-showing na movie, Sanggano, Sanggago’t, Sangguwapo, with Janno Gibbs at Andrew E., he tried as much as possible not to entertain questions regarding the issue involving Julia, Gerald and Bea.

May kari-release lang na pelikula si Dennis, ang And Ai Thank You, co-starring him with AiAi delas Alas, Kakai Bautista at Rufa Mae Quinto.

Samantala, paano naman kaya maipapaliwanag ni Gerald ang naging pahayag ng nanay niyang si Evangeline Opsima na masyadong bata si Julia para sa kanyang anak? Nagkomento rin itong hindi sila magtatagal ni Julia dahil pareho sila ng industriyang ginagalawan. 

Matindi rin ang binitawan niyang pahayag para kay Bea. Sabi niya; “Hindi ka niya binastos kailanman.

“Kahit hindi niya…alam mo, nag-a-argue kami ni Gerald laban sa ‘yo dahil ayaw nga kita para sa kanya.

“Ngayon, ito na lang gagawin mo sa kanya. Binabasura mo ang bata.

“Lagi mong pinapatamaan ang anak ko. Gaano na ba kasama si Gerald?”

Piolo mas inuna si Alessandra kesa kay Claudine

Obviously, mauunang gawin ni Piolo Pascual ang movie niyang Fuffy & Dream, which will marked the directorial debut ni Alessandra de Rossi.

Alessandra will play the lead actress, too, sa movie.

Napabalitang that one movie which Hello, Love, Goodbye blockbuster director, Cathy Garcia-Molina na ididirek bago siya tuluyang mamahinga, ay ang gagawing film ni Piolo with Claudine Barretto na kukunan diumano sa Florence, Italy.

But apparently, mas pinaiiral ni Piolo ang pagtanaw ng utang na loob kay Alessandra, na siyang katambal ni Empoy Marquez sa ginawa niyang movie as co-producer ng Spring Films together with direk Joyce Bernal and Talent Manager Erickson Raymundo.

Titled Kita Kita, it was considered the biggest moneymaker of 2017.

Of Alessandra’s current lovelife, how true na sila ngayon ni direk Rico Gutierrez ng GMA-7. Well, balitang siya at ang the late direk Marilou Diaz-Abaya’s son, Marc Abaya are no longer together. Ang tagal rin nilang naging mag-on.

Andrea tutok pa rin sa pag-aaral

No matter how busy Andrea Brillantes is with her showbiz career, determined siya to continue with her schooling, at ‘di raw siya home schooled, as she reportedly regular daw attend her classes at the Angelicum college. Hindi nga lang nabanggit ni Andrea kung anong grade na siya.

Andrea is 16 years old, she is with the trending series, Kadenang Ginto co-starring her with fellow teenage stars Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri at Seth Fedalin.

The four of them, otherwise known as The Gold Squad, pit talent sa mga beteranong performers na sina Dimples Romana, Beauty Gonzales, Adrian Alandy at Richard Yap.

At huwag isnabin, may soon to-be released movie siya, The Ghosting, her first team-up with Khalil Ramos.

Of Kyle, although in Kadenang Ginto, si Francine ang suppo­sedly girlfriend niya, ang totoong crush daw niya ay si Andrea.

Ganunpaman, ‘di pa raw niya nililigawan si Andrea. Both of them, Kylie thinks, are too young to fell in love, lalo na ang magkaroon ng relasyon.

Besides, tulad daw ni Andrea, he is helping his parents. He was born in Orange, California, pero iniwan niya na ang bansa noon pang 2014.

They first resided in Cebu City but are now in Manila.

Like Andrea, 16 din lang si Kylie.

GERALD ANDERSON JULIA BARRETTO
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