Janno Gibbs slams Kitkat over ‘Happy Time’ issue: ‘I was provoked’
Janno Gibbs has addressed the incident with co-host Kitkat at a taping of “Happy Time,” where he reportedly yelled and cursed at the latter.
After Kitkat confirmed on Facebook that the incident did occur and that she has chosen to forgive Gibbs, the latter hit back at his co-host for apparently making it look like she had no fault.
“Maraming salamat sa suporta at pagmamahal ninyo.. Dahil ako po ay minamahal ninyo at alam kong blessed ako, AKO PO AY NAKAPAG PATAWAD NA! [Sino] ba naman ako para hindi magpatawad, ang [Diyos] pinatawad ako sa mga kasalanan ko, nararapat lamang na ako ay magpatawad… makakagaan sa aking buhay at loob,” Kitkat posted yesterday evening, Feb. 23.
(Thank you very much for your love and support… Because you love me and I know that I am blessed, I have already forgiven him. Who am I to not forgive, God forgave me for my sins, so it is only proper that I forgive others… this lightens my life and inner self.)
“Opo sa lahat ng nangyari… totoo po lahat yun, pero again AKO PO AY NAGPAPATAWAD NA… thank YOU LORD for the strength,” Kitkat shared, referring to reports of the incident.
(Yes, everything is true, but again, I have already forgiven him. Thank You Lord for the strength.)
Maraming salamat sa suporta at pagmamahal ninyo.. Dahil ako po ay minamahal ninyo at alam kong blessed ako, AKO PO AY…
Gibbs then took to his own Facebook to share his side on the incident, saying that he had only been enduring the bashing he and his family had been receiving from the public.
“Humingi [na po] ako ng tawad, kahit na siya ang tunay na nagumpisa ng lahat. I was provoked. Pinahiya sa harap ng maraming tao sa studio. Pinag-ayos [na po] kami kanina. Akala ko ay ayos na,” he posted around two hours after Kitkat’s post was published.
(I have already asked for forgiveness even though she was the one who started it all. I was provoked. I was embarrassed in front of many people in the studio. Earlier, they had us reconcile. I thought it was over.)
“Tinanggap ko [na po] kahit hindi niya ako sinuklian ng paumanhin. Ngunit ngayong gabi ay nagpost [na naman siya]. Pinalalabas na wala siyang kasalanan. Hindi ko [na po] kayang palampasin ito. Kailangan ko nang ipagtanggol ang aking reputasyon at higit sa lahat ang aking mga anak, na [nakakatanggap] din ng batikos sa mga tao,” Gibbs stressed.
(I accepted it even though she did not apologize herself. But just this evening, she posted something again. She is making it seem like she was completely not at fault. I cannot tolerate this any longer. I need to defend my reputation, especially my children’s, because they have been receiving criticism from people as well.)
Nagpakumbaba napo ako. Tiniis ko ang pangBabash ng mga tao sa akin at sa aking pamilya. Humingi napo ako ng tawad,kahit…
“Oras na para malaman ng tao ang Buong katotohanan (It is time for the public to know the truth),” Gibbs emphasized, although he has yet to issue a new statement as of this writing.
“Happy Time” is a variety game show airing on Net 25. The said incident occurred during a taping at an Eagle Broadcasting Corp. studio on Feb. 18. /ra
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