- Even though she did not name Korina Sanchez directly, it was very clear to whom she was referring to
- No one has the guts to ask Kris in any of her interviews what the problem was all about
- President Noynoy is still the uncle that his nephews used to have
It was an inflaming issue last year in April, when Kris Aquino ranted with posts on social media hitting the ‘Rated K’ host, Korina Sanchez. It was all about the feature of Korina that the latter did on basketball player James Yap, ex-husband of Kris.
“Sampal sa mukha ko ang inilabas na feature ngayong gabi nung misis ni Mar Roxas. Yes, pinepersonal ko dahil binuwis ko ang kinabukasan namin ng mga anak ko ng walang inasahang kapalit. At ang ganti sa ‘kin at sa mga anak ko ngayon ay binida pa ang deadbeat na tatay… I apologize sa Kuya ko, humihingi rin ako ng paumanhin sa ninang ko na nanay ni Mar – pero klarong klaro sa ‘kin kung bakit ang nanalong pangulo ay si Duterte,” said one of Kris’ posts.
Even though she did not name Korina directly, it was very clear to whom she was referring to.
Yet, after almost a year, did Kris already forgive Korina?
Kris Aquino, after her brother Noynoy Aquino, the former president of our country, stepped down and endorsed candidate Mar Roxas (husband of Korina) who failed to win the presidential election, there were no updates as to what was now happening to the Queen of All Media, because of her irregular appearance on television.
Recently, a follower of Kris asked if she is now ready to forgive Korina, especially that she is embarking on motherhood as well?
Kris answered, “May I be perfectly honest? I need to repair my relationship with my brother first. Signing off for now.”
It was not clear to the public what the real reason of the conflict between the Aquino siblings was. No one has the guts to ask Kris in any of her interviews what the problem was all about.
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what are you reading? thank you @nationalbookstore for the signed copy of SOMEDAY from DAVID LEVITHAN. i read every day (still haven’t forgotten the line “you’ll find the things in him that you find in me, without the complications.”); Six Earlier Days; now reading Another Day (every day) on my kindle app; and looking forward to Someday on our flight… what’s on your reading list? i have Sophie Kinsella’s I Owe You One, John Grisham’s The Reckoning, and Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen’s An Anonymous Girl. Any YA novels you care to recommend? #readingclub
Hopefully, they’ll meet each other very soon.
Kris mentioned that despite what she has with her brother, when it comes to her sons, President Noynoy is still the uncle that they used to have.
However, Kris and her sons, flew last March 19 to have their vacation and rest time to keep herself conditioned for her next medical evaluation this April or May.