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Paul Salas learns lesson in trust from relationship with ex Barbie Imperial

/ 02:54 PM November 09, 2018
Paul Salas

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Paul Salas said he learned much from his relationship with now ex-girlfriend Barbie Imperial, especially in the area of trust.

“Don’t trust anyone masyado (Don’t trust anyone too much)” was one of the key lessons Salas said he learned from his previous relationship with Imperial, as reported by Push.

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Salas did not elaborate on how he arrived at that realization, only saying that he was happy for Imperial’s current achievements. The two have not been in contact since their separation.

The actor is currently not dating anyone. Should he find someone new, Salas said he hopes this person will be very understanding. For now, Salas said he’s happy and content pursuing his career.

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As far as work is concerned, Salas said indie films are welcome, but he admitted that daring scenes are not yet in his repertoire. Instead, Salas requested from his manager Perry Lansigan to get him action roles, even for villains.

He explained, “Gusto ko mga ganun (action) para iba naman. Na-try ko na yung drama, ganun. Dream project ko naman ngayon maging superhero.”

(I want to do action for a change. I’ve already tried drama. My dream project now is to become a superhero.)  Alfred Bayle /ra

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