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Mar. 11, 19 | 5:01 pm

Actress Jessy Mendiola has a message to all her online bashers who accuse her of ruining Luis Manzano’s past relationship with Angel Locsin.

It all started when a certain netizen left a comment on one of her posts saying that her bashers would only want to hear her admit that she became the reason of Manzano and Locsin’s breakup because she “stole” Manzano.

“Baka expected ng basher you will admit to them na inagaw mo si Luis kay Angel before, para matahimik na sila sa pamba-bash sa inyo.

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“Ang tao minsan, hindi satisfied sa mga ganyang sagot sa mga patutchada nila. Isang malaking sagot [ibigay] mo sa kanila at na sa tao na if maniniwala or hindi, pero in the end matatahimik na sila kasi may closure na, e,” the netizen wrote.

Mendiola refused to admit to something she said she did not do and replied to the netizen by saying: “Bakit ako aamin ng hindi totoo? ‘Yung mga basher, hindi nila alam ang totoong nangyari. Bakit ako aamin, para lang tumigil sila? Para lang matahimik sila?

“Ang basher kahit ano’ng sabihin mo, hindi nila tatanggapin ‘yun. Ilang beses ko nang sinagot sa mga interview noon ang nangyari, pero naniwala ba sila? Hindi.

“Kaya dapat ipasa-Diyos na lang ‘yan, nakikita naman niya ang lahat. Good vibes lang, let go mo na ‘yang issue na ‘yan. Happy na kaming lahat.”

Mendiola and Manzano have been in a relationship for three years now and there are even some rumors that they are planning on getting married soon.

Manzano and Locsin called it quits in January 2016 and the latter only said that they tried to fix their relationship but no longer gave a specific reason on why they broke up.

Six months after, Manzano revealed that he is now in a relationship with Mendiola which led many to speculate that the former has started seeing the actress even before he ended his relationship with Locsin.

However, Manzano clarified that he and Mendiola only became official in June 2016.

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