Jennica Garcia clarifies breakup with Alywn Uytingco not over financial problems
Jennica Garcia said her breakup with Alwyn Uytingco was not over money, stressing that her former partner was not materialistic and was a good provider.
Garcia defended Uytingco via Instagram yesterday, May 21, shortly after she confirmed splitting up with the latter via an exclusive interview with GMA Network.
She also emphasized that her going back to acting after eight years “is simply the wise thing for me to do in this season in my life” and that their “savings was never an issue.”
“If you see an article with me putting Alwyn in a bad light, please make sure it was published by a reputable source before you believe. I will NEVER say anything bad about the father of my children,” Garcia told her fans.
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Garcia then expressed her gratitude to those who sympathize with her family and asked the public to try to understand their situation before coming up with criticisms.
“To those who sympathize with us, thank you. Know that even before your heart broke for my kids, for what happened to us… Alwyn and I’s heart got broken too. My mind is clouded with worries and fear,” she said.
“Your criticisms are beyond our control and it is not something we can ask to be put to an end because we are public figures. I understand and accept that it comes with the job but I hope you’ll understand that we get affected by your assumptions and accusations even if we do not wish to welcome it,” Garcia added.
Garcia has yet to disclose the specific reason why she and Uytingco broke up, according to the Kapuso outlet.
She noted in the interview that she needs to go back to work now that she is a single mom, but did not mention anything about financial issues being at the root of their breakup. /ra
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