Morissette Amon breaks silence, says sorry for walkout incident

Kapamilya singer Morissette Amon has broken her silence over the walkout incident last week.

She began her lengthy Facebook post on Monday by saying: [I] took some time to process things despite the schedules before me, but with much prayer and as I have never done this before, please let me start by saying sorry.”

She said she is taking the full responsibility over what happened during the concert and addressed concert producer Jobert Sucaldito.

“To Tito Jobert and Kiel Alo, who was celebrating his birthday concert at the Music Musuem that night, what I’ve done was out of character but I still do take full responsibility.

“I guess I was also triggered by the surprise interview minutes before performing, regarding the issues between me and my family,” Morissette said.

To recall, the singer had a media interview with showbiz reporter Mario Dumaual at the backstage minutes before the concert started.

She explained, “This private matter is something I purposely did not want to openly share for fear that healing might not prosper between us.”

The singer later on revealed that it was indeed that interview which prompted her to leave the concert shortly before her performance.

“The moment got the best of me, and it wasn’t fair to those who expected me to come out onstage as one of the concert’s guests that evening. I also want to apologize to Sir Mario Dumaual, who, I was told, felt bad about the situation. I understand completely that he was only doing his job and values it as much as I do mine,” she said.

Morissette then asked for prayers for healing towards her and her family.

“I am overwhelmed though by those who reached out to me with love and support, not just these past couple of days but earlier on this year, during this particularly painful season of my life,” she said.

Morissette’s current relationship with singer Dave Lamar apparently did not sit well with her father.

Last week, some videos of her walking out from the concert venue in San Juan City made the rounds online, with netizens left hanging why she walked out.

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One Comment

  1. Tao lang naman na nakakaramdam din ng dinaramdam. Hayy, wish you all the Best, Ms. Morissette. Stay happy and wish always to yourself to be happy. We want to watch you grow in your career. God bless.

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