Gerald Anderson’s mom says she’s against son’s affair with Bea Alonzo
MANILA, Philippines — Actor Gerald Anderson’s mother Evangeline Opsima lashed out at son’s former girlfriend Bea Alonzo, saying she was never in favor of their relationship.
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Opsima admitted she felt bad for her son after hearing Alonzo and her camp’s statements.
“Lagi mong pinapatamaan ang anak ko,” Opsima said in an interview with ABS-CBN News in General Santos over the weekend. “Pati makeup artist mo, magbitaw ng salita laban sa anak ko.”
Opsima also did not mince her words when she said she was against her son’s relationship with Alonzo.
“Bea, siguro alam mo na ako walang gusto sa’yo bilang naging girlfriend ng anak ko. Pero wala akong magagawa, ginusto ka ng anak ko. Ina niya lang ako,” she said.
“Ginusto ka ng anak ko, minahal ka ni Gerald. Hindi ka niya binastos kailanman,” she added.
If they had a problem in their relationship, Opsima said they should have talked about it in private instead.
“Ngayon kung may problema kayong dalawa, bakit hindi kayo nag-uusap dalawa? Instead na lumantad ka agad sa TV. Hindi masamang tao ang anak ko,” she said.
Opsima also gave a piece of advice to actress Julia Barretto who was rumored to be romantically linked with Anderson.
“Hindi ko sinasabing ayaw kita, no, ang akin lang, ang advice ko lang sa’yo, please, ayoko kasi may edad na rin si Gerald sa’yo. Hindi rin kayo magtagal kasi alam ko, nasa industriya ka rin,” she said.
The three actors made headlines after Alonzo hinted at the betrayal in a cryptic post then revealed there was no formal breakup between her and Anderson.
Anderson said his relationship with Alonzo became unhealthy after they had fights after fights. He also clarified no third party was involved in their split.
Barretto, on the other hand, denied being involved in Anderson and Alonzo’s split, saying “their issues are entirely their own.”
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