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Angelica Panganiban takes another big jab at ex-boyfriend

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The Hugot Queen Angelica Panganiban is back at it again with throwing shades at her ex-boyfriend who still remains unnamed.

In an interview with Philstar, the 31-year-old actress said that she is already over her ex-boyfriend, but that did not stop her from spilling some juicy details about her past relationship.

She revealed in the said interview that her breakup with this certain ex was the hardest one she had to endure because of the fact that no form of closure took place.

“Yung pinakamalala yung ‘di ka brineakan tapos ikaw parang, ha? Akala ko tayo? Tapos kung gusto mo mang kausapin, di mo mahagilap, di mo makausap. So magdedecide ka na, so move on na ako noh? Break up na siguro yun?” she said.

She then dropped solid hints when she mentioned that there are videos of her ex and his current girlfriend circulating online.

“May mga videos na lumabas na nasa island sila, sumasayaw sila, mga bangag sila,” she said.

With her clues, Panganiban does not need to drop names for a person to figure out who she is talking about.

In the same interview, she also narrated how much she struggled coping with the breakup saying she would “flip the bird” whenever she would see her ex’s billboards.

“Yung iniisip mo na, ‘hindi naman to gwapo ah.’ Yun ang tagal mong iniyakan, ang tagal mong pinagsilbihan, ang dami mong inadjust at kinalimutang mga tao o paniniwala sa buhay tapos talaga? Ikaw pa yung iiwan? Lapad ng noo mo, ‘day!” she said.

She said that she has moved on and is only waiting for the right time when she would be able to forgive her ex.

“Wala na. Hinihintay ko na lang yung buong pagpapatawad. Hindi ko lang pwedeng madaliin, tsaka hindi mo pwedeng ibigay yung tawad sa taong hindi humihingi ng tawad.

Pero kasi doon ka gagaan, kapag ni-release mo sa sarili mo yung bigat. Hindi yun para sa ibang tao, para sa sarili ko lang yun. Para matapos na.

Gusto ko yung pag nakita ko yung billboard niya, hindi nako namamakyu. Gusto ko yung para na lang siyang dumaan,” she said.

Panganiban said that she used to avoid romantic films and videos of marriage proposals during the early stages of her breakup, but after moving on, she said that she is now open to finding love again.

“Dahan-dahan na akong nagigising ulit na gusto kong naka-smile, iniisip kung anong lulutuin ko para sa taong  mahal ko, padadalhan ko siya ng pagkain sa work, ganun.

May mga ganun na ako ulit, kasi the past few months talagang, never again. Di na ako bitter sa mga proposals, kaya ko na ulit manood ng romcom sa Netflix,” she said.

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