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Oct 17 19, 4:13 pm

As Duterte visits wake, spat ensues among Barrettos—report

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Oct. 17, 19 | 4:13 pm

Two online news reported a scuffle that allegedly ensued on Wednesday night among the Barretto’s

This, as President Rodrigo Duterte came to visit the wake of the Barretto’s patriarch, Miguel, who passed away Tuesday.

According to sources of ABS CBN News, President Duterte tried to reconcile Gretchen and her sister Marjorie. The latter, however, allegedly said: “[P]lastic, porke nandito ang President.”

Gretchen and Marjorie have been at odds for quite some time now.

In a separate report of pep.ph, it was reported that even the members of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) present in the wake had to intervene when a girl who was later identified as Gretchen’s niece tried to slap the actress’ face.

But Gretchen was able to avoid it; instead she pulled Nicole’s hair.

And before the scuffle takes a turn for the worse, PSG and Gretchen’s friends broke up the fight between the two.

The Barretto family has yet to deny or confirm the reports.

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