WATCH: Maja Salvador, boyfriend explain why they’ll not break up again
Maja Salvador and her non-showbiz boyfriend Rambo Nuñez are certain they are not going to break up again, after finally getting back together after so many years.
Salvador confirmed she and Nuñez, whom she had a relationship with nine years ago, got back together again, as per her interview Philippines’ Ultimate Showbiz Hub last March. She did not disclose details about their rekindled romance.
The Kapamilya actress answered relationship questions from fans, alongside Nuñez, through her YouTube vlog yesterday, July 27. In the video, she introduced him to her fans by asking him questions about herself. Later, they were asked a question directly about their current relationship.
“Do you think we’ll break up again,” said one question, which Salvador read aloud.
“Ako na sasagot, no,” she responded. (I will answer the question, no.)
“Of course not. But I think, s’yempre, we will go through a lot,” Nuñez said. “S’yempre, marami tayong pagdadaanan but siguro, it’s something that we’ve learned through the years.”
(But I think, of course, we will go through a lot. But I guess it is something that we have learned through the years.)
“Kung ano yung ‘di nag-work before, I’m sure dun sa 9 years na di tayo magkasama, ‘yun na ‘yung natutunan natin, kung paano hindi na mangyari ‘yun,” Nuñez added.
(What did not work out in the past, I am sure in the nine years that we were not together, that is what we learned, how to make sure those things will not happen again.)
“Agree, super agree,” Salvador said.
Before Salvador asked Nuñez questions, she also surprised him with a birthday cake at work.
Salvador was formerly in a relationship with actor Gerald Anderson, from 2013 to 2015. Anderson is currently enmeshed in an alleged cheating issue against ex-girlfriend, actress Bea Alonzo, after he has been recently linked to actress Julia Barretto. JB
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