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‘Nawalan na ako ng pag-asa’: Aiai on former child actor Jiro Manio

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Jan. 19, 20 | 4:32 pm

Comedy Queen Aiai de las Alas expressed her dismay over the news regarding child actor Jiro Manio.

Manio was charged with frustrated murder after he allegedly stabbed a man named Zeus Doctolero in Barangay San Roque, Marikina City on the evening of January 17, 2020.

De las Alas revealed she already cut her communication with Manio after learning that he was taking illegal drugs while he was undergoing a rehabilitation in Bataan.

“May nagsumbong sa akin na nagma-marijuana siya uli. So, yun ang time na sabi ko, ‘Wala na ‘to,” the Comedy Queen explained in a video she posted on Instagram.

“Parang pakiramdam ko, yung lahat ng binuhos kong effort, lahat ng binuhos ko na tulong, pangaral, suporta sa pamilya, parang natapon na lang nang ganoon.”

The comedian-actress added she lost her faith that Manio, who she treats like her own child, will ever change.

“Nasa rehab ka, bakit ka nagma-marijuana? So, parang ang dating sa akin, napagod na ako,” she said.

“Yung isinumbong sa akin na iyon, siguro after ilang days o ilang weeks, nagsabi na siya sa akin ng ‘Mama, lalabas na ako ng rehab,” de las Alas added.

The comedy queen told PEP.ph that she realized that Manio did not have plans to help himself.

“So ako, wala na. Nawalan na ako ng pag-asa. ‘Wala na, hindi na magbabago si Jiro,“ she lamented.

“Tutal, nung ipina-rehab ko siya, 23 years old siya… 24, 25, 26… matanda na siya. Hindi naman siya 17 o menor de edad. So, sabi ko, ‘Siguro, tama na yung nagawa ko para sa kanya.”

De las Alas sent Manio to a private rehabilitation center in 2015 for eight months and again for two years in a rehab in Bataan.

Though seemed hopeless, the comedian hoped that Manio will get back on track.

“Ako, bilang nanay-nanayan niya, siguro alam ng Nasa Itaas kung anong effort ang nagawa ko at naitulong ko sa kanya, na sana pinahalagahan niya,” she said.

“Ang magagawa ko po ngayon ay magdasal. At hinihingi ko rin po na ipagdasal natin siya.”

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