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Gretchen Ho is ‘heartbroken,’ but not because of Robi Domingo

/ 07:32 PM August 10, 2018

Gretchen Ho and Robi Domingo  (Image: Instagram/@gretchenho)

Gretchen Ho has had enough of people saying she is still heartbroken from her break-up with Robi Domingo.

The television host and former Ateneo volleybelle clarified that although she  felt heaftbroken, it was not because of her former flame. This she clarified in a Twitter exchange on Thursday.

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Ho first tweeted, “Heartbroken and Humbled.” Although not clear about the tweet, it may be the host’s reaction after she was reported to have been a victim of theft while in London, as per Inquirer Bandera.

However, a netizen named Rin Fuentes (@rinrinfuentes) thought that she was still reeling from her break-up and advised Ho: “You’ll move on from it. Maging happy ka nalang for him (Be happy for him).”

Image: Screengrab from Twitter/@rinrinfuentes

Ho appeared to be not happy with the advice and told her: “Not everything is about him, my dear. [A]nd who says I’m not happy?”

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Fuentes quickly apologized to Ho, saying that her tweet was “uncalled for.” She also assured her that she has learned from her mistake, which Ho accepted.

Image: Screengrab from Twitter/@gretchenho

Ho and Domingo split up in March 2017 after four years of dating. Domingo recently admitted that he is now happily dating a non-showbiz girl, saying that his love life is better.  /ra

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