KC Concepcion addresses breakup, pregnancy rumors
Despite a message of positivity to her followers, KC Concepcion received some toxic comments on Instagram.
In an Instagram post on Sunday, May 26, Concepcion talked about “taking care of your thoughts, soul and body.”
“Everyday I try my best to watch what I think, and to stop when I feel s[elf-doubt]. [Every day] I try to surround myself with people who make me feel good, not otherwise, and I love being around people who I care about and admire,” she said.
However, there were still some who seemed to only find something negative to say to the actress.
“Avoid alcohol lady, and accept your size,” said one @jameswalker1581.
“Avoid passive-aggressive bashing, dear, and accept your terribly sad approach on my comments section that just made you look bitter, judgemental and quite bored actually,” she replied.
Another commented that her relationship with boyfriend Pierre Plassart must have been “short-lived” because she did not have recent social media posts with him. The last picture she shared on Instagram of her and her French boyfriend was in April.
“Ganun lang ba yun? Ganun lang ka shortlived (sic)?” said @lucero6388.
(That’s it? That’s how short-lived it is?)
Concepcion laughed it off: “Dahil hindi nagpopost at may konting privacy, ganun agad? Grabe (Just because I don’t post and have some privacy, that’s it? Wow).”
There were some who came to her defense. A certain @sadfolaud wondered why some speculated that she was pregnant because she was “blooming.”
“Oh how I WISH I could be pregnant. Unfortunately, I’m not. I do want to have babies already though,” she admitted.
Concepcion is on a hiatus from acting and is pursuing her passion as a jeweler, having created her own bespoke jewelry line Avec Moi by Kristina.
She revealed her relationship with the French filmmaker in August 2018. /ra
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