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LOOK: Derek Ramsay urges Bea Alonzo to ‘keep smiling,’ defends her against rude basher

/ 07:27 PM July 29, 2019

Derek Ramsay has expressed his support for his friend, actress Bea Alonzo, amid issues concerning her relationship with ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson.

You are amazing @beaalonzo Keep smiling!!!!!!” Ramsay said in his Instagram post yesterday, July 28, showing him embracing Alonzo.

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He also slammed an Instagram user, with the handle @christton.jpg, who gave a rude comment: “[t*r*hin] mo agad pre para maka move on na sya.”

(F*ck her immediately, dude, so she can move on.)

“wag ka bastos (Don’t be rude)!!!” Ramsay replied in defense of Alonzo.

Derek Ramsay, Bea Alonzo

Image: Instagram/@ramsayderek07

Ramsay’s words of encouragement came after Alonzo recently revealed that Anderson had not formally broken up with her, and instead just stopped talking to her. Alonzo made the statement when interviewed by showbiz reporters during a story conference of her upcoming TV series. 

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Speculations have it that Anderson cheated on Alonzo with actress Julia Barretto.

Ramsay is known to be friends with Alonzo as they have worked together in several films and TV series together. Their most recent project together was starring in the 2018 film “Kasal”. They also starred in the 2010 series “Magkaribal”, alongside Gretchen Barretto who recently also expressed her support for Alonzo. JB

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