Kris Aquino slams Phillip Salvador for joke about Josh
MANILA, Philippines — Kris Aquino slammed former partner, actor Phillip Salvador, for being involved in a “hurtful” skit with senatorial bet Christopher “Bong” Go and for making a joke out of their son Josh.
In a Facebook live on Wednesday night, Aquino lamented Salvador taking part in the skit saying, “Sana inisip mo that line, ‘Naloko mo si Kris Aquino.’ What does that make of your son? Produkto siya ng panloloko?”
Aquino earlier called out Go for his quip about her previous relationship with Salvador during a campaign sortie.
Go has apologized and said there was no harm intended in the jokes both he and his close friend Salvador deliver during campaign sorties.
“Sana naisip lang ninyo na in the midst of your campaign, there’s a 23-year-old boy who is special, who is autistic, who watches you, and I’m directing this message to Phillip Salvador,” Aquino said, noting that Josh is a person who “does not see bad in this world.”
Aquino narrated how Josh even introduced Salvador to her youngest son Bimb saying, “This is my Papa.”
“Tapos gagawin ninyong biro? Gagawin ninyong punchline na naloko si Kris Aquino? Mali na kinalimutan mo na nga si Josh. That’s not a big deal because I’ve done a good job in raising him. Pero mali na ginagawa mong biro ang anak ko,” she said.
“I do not deserve that. Actually no, I deserve that. I made the mistake of falling for you. I made the mistake of loving you. You did not love me. Because had you loved me, 20 years after, ‘di ako magiging biro sa isang skit,” she added.
Aquino further said, “Pero sana man lang, ‘yung batang minahal ka, ‘yung bata na 7 years nang hindi ka nakikita pero nakikita ko. Nakikita ko sa cellphone nya at sa iPad niya, sinesearch ka e, pinapanood ka. Sana man lang siya naisip mo.”
Aquino and Salvador’s romance began while they were shooting the 1994 film “Nandito Ako.” Aquino gave birth to Josh on June 4, 1995. /cbb
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