27 October 2011

Shaina Magdayao admits texting Ruffa Gutierrez

Shaina Magdayao has bravely admitted that she texted Ruffa Gutierrez to “leave us alone.”
“I told her to leave us alone. Gaya ng gusto kong sabihin sa kanya,” came Shaina’s admission on “TV Patrol,” Oct. 26, when she and boyfriend John Lloyd Cruz were interviewed exclusively by Boy Abunda.
Last week, rumors spread around that Shaina texted Ruffa the said message. In her “Paparazzi” interview aired Oct. 18, Ruffa was asked if that was true and her answer was, “Well she did [send] some messages.”
Shaina explained that she tried to hold back her feelings but she eventually gave in.
“Ako ang tipo ng tao na sasarilinin ko muna, hindi ko muna sasasabihin hangga’t kaya ko pa. But lately hindi ko na kinaya,” she told Boy.
Laughing, Shaina, denied reports that it was Ruffa who caused their rumored separation.
“Tito Boy, hindi po,” she said.
John Lloyd, who was beside Shaina during the interview, was visibly miffed by various speculations on their relationship which, in his own admission in a previous interview, is on the rocks lately.
Holding back his anger, he tells their detractors, “Sa mga nakikisawsaw sa mga pinagdadaanan namin, lalo na doon sa mga nagsasamantala sa pinagdadaanan namin bilang magkarelasyon,  bilang mga tao, parang hindi ko kayang tapak-tapakan, bastos-bastusin,” he said.
“They can speculate kung ano ‘yung gusto nilang sabihin, kung ano ‘yung istorya nila na, ‘Ay, kaya sila nagkakaproblema, kaya sila hiwalay ngayon dahil kay ganito.’ Wala sa kalingkingan ng kahit na isang babae ang totoong dahilan ng pinagdadaanan namin ngayon. Kung ano ‘yung totoong dahilan, sa sarili namin… masyadong malalim, masyadong personal,” he added.
On Oct. 18,  Ruffa posted nasty tweets alluded to somebody she did not name. The tweets came a day after she watched the anniversary-cum-charity concert of friend Vina Morales at Resorts World’s Republiq on Oct. 17, which was also attended by Shaina and John Lloyd.
Ruffa tweeted at 2:30 a.m.: “My gosh panahon pa ni Magsaysay...huwag ka namang mainsecure! There's nothing I can do if my legs are longer than yours. Hellow!”
An even saucier message followed, that read, “No cure for the INSECURE! Kalurks ka girl!!! Seriously. Be real! That was so nineteen kopong kopong! I shouldve stayed home & slept.” This was posted at 2:41 A.M.
A few hours after sunset, Ruffa tweeted again, trying to explain her side; and again, doing it without mentioning any names.
“Behind a tweet is a back story. Please huwag nyo po akong palabasin na masama. I'm the nicest person on earth but what I hate the most is receiving psychotic messages at ungodly hours. This isn't the first. Thank God this time I have many credible witnesses who can defend me,” she posted at 8:59 p.m. on the same day.
Capping the night on the social networking site, she then fired off at 09:06 p.m.. “This is my twitter account so I can tweet what I please. you have the choice of sharing ur life with me or simply unfollow if ur bored,” she said.
In an interview aired last Monday, Lloydy admitted that his relationship with Shaina is going through a rough patch.
“Kung paano siya maaayos o magtatapos hindi ko pa alam. Medyo komplikado at mahirap na process ito kaya I can only hope for the best hindi lang para sa akin but para sa aming dalawa, so we can be better people individually,” the actor said, as ported on abs-cbnnews.com, Oct. 26.
He then clarified that the rough sails in his romantic life with Vina Morales’ younger sister was not caused by an ex-girlfriend, as what many had assumed after Ruffa posted a barrage of tweets.
“Ako na mismo ang magsasabi walang kinalaman si Ruffa or kahit na sinong ex-girlfriends. Basta kung ano ang problema namin, it's between me and Shaina,” the actor stressed.
Manila Bulletin




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