Heart Evangelista breaks silence on falling-out with glam team: ‘Life is like that’
Amid the speculation shrouding the falling-out between Heart Evangelista and her previous glam team, the actress-socialite appeared to be taking an equanimous stand on the matter, saying that it’s simply a part of life.
Rumors of Evangelista allegedly firing her previous glam team came to light following a blind item by DJ Jhaiho, in which he said a “famous celebrity” dismissed her “stylist and makeup artist” because they allegedly maxed out her credit card.
This led to netizens to speculate that the host was referring to Evangelista, and her former makeup artist Justin Louise Soriano, and former hair stylist Jeck Aguilar.
Following DJ Jhaiho’s blind item, Soriano went on to speak up about the rumors on social media days later, although he clarified that their spat had “nothing to do with money matters.”
In an interview with GMA’s 24 Oras on Monday, Aug. 14, Evangelista briefly addressed the issue when asked by Lhar Santiago to comment about the falling-out.
“Life is like that… Marami tayong pagdadaanan (We go through a lot) with our careers and our personal life and everything is for a reason and everything is for us to, you know, be stronger so we can face everything else in life,” she said, without disclosing any details about the disagreement.
Evangelista said that her husband, Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero would always advise her that “everything is made for a reason.”
“My husband would always tell me with glory comes the punches, so you can’t have a perfect life and nobody is perfect. So everything is made for a reason to make us better people and stronger,” she claimed.
Prior to Soriano’s revelation, an old video containing the actress-socialite appearing to be shocked about a certain someone’s betrayal resurfaced on Tiktok, where she noted that her credit card apparently follows a 24 months to pay basis.
“‘Yung ready ka na sana magwaldas dahil may mga nangg*g* sayo pero nakalimutan mo na may 24 months to pay na pala sa card mo (When you’re ready to spend all of your money because someone betrayed you, but you forgot that your card follows a 24 months to pay basis),” the video read. EDV