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Jovit Baldivino aiming for custody of child with ex-partner

/ 07:07 PM August 28, 2021
Jovit Baldivino

Jovit Baldivino (Image: Facebook/@certifiedjovinatics)

“Pilipinas Got Talent” 2010 champion Jovit Baldivino has opened up to the public about wanting to get custody of his child with his non-showbiz ex-partner.

“Marami pong nagtatanong sa akin kung nasan daw si Mrs. Shara [Jane] Chavez Cruzat… mawalang galang na po matagal at wala na po akong connection sa kanya, hindi ko nga po alam kung nasaan sya kahit nga po anak ko hindi na nya pakita sa akin matagal na panahon na,” Baldivino posted on his official Facebook page earlier today, Aug. 28.

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(Many are asking me where Mrs. Shara Jane Chavez Cruzat is… I apologize, but I have had no contact with her for a long time now. I do not even know where she is and our child, she has not shown her to me for very a long time now.)

“[At] kung ano man pong lumabas na Issue o Pang i-Scam nya… hindi na po bago yun… hehehee, wala po ako pakialam dyan, problema nya yan, at siguro naman po alam nyo na ang tunay na pagkatao nya… ang sa akin lang po eh yung makuha ko ang anak ko sa kanya at ilayo sa masama, kasi matagal na nya itinatago sa akin syempre bilang isang ama may karapatan din naman ako sa anak ko,” the singer added.

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(Whatever the issue is about her, or her being a scammer… that is nothing new hehehe, I do not care about that, that is her problem and I guess you know her true personality… My only concern is to get my child and deliver her from evil, because Chavez has been hiding our baby from me for a long time now, and of course, as a father, I also have a right to my child.)

Magandang araw po sa inyong lahat maraming maraming salamat po sa lahat nang patuloy na sumusuporta, naniniwala at…

Posted by Jovit Baldivino on Friday, August 27, 2021

“[Yung] pamilya ko nga nalulungkot pag hindi nakita ang pamangkin at apo, eh ano pa naman ang isang ama, na lagi na lang nagaalala at nagtatanong kung malaki na ba, madaldal na ba, kumakanta rin ba o ano etc.,” the singer emphasized.

(My relatives are sad when they do not see their nieces or grandchildren. What more for me, as a father, who is always thinking about if my child is now big, if she is talkative now, or if she also sings, etc.)

Baldivino then shared that he is happy now, claiming that he just remained silent despite Chavez’s accusations against him in the past.

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“Pero mas sasaya siguro ako kung kasama ko ang anak ko sa magandang buhay at tapat na hanapbuhay, yung habang lumalaki sya na may paniniwala at takot sa Panginoon,” he added.

(But I would most likely be happier if I could be with my daughter and give her a good life with an honest living, the kind where she would be growing up believing and fearing God.)

Baldivino’s daughter with Chavez, named Akeya, was born in July 2016. Chavez announced ending her relationship with Baldivino almost a year after, as she accused the latter of cheating.

Akeya is Baldivino’s only child with Chavez, but is also the singer’s second daughter. Baldivino’s firstborn, Zody, is with his ex-girlfriend Laurice Bermillo.  /ra

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