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Kakasa kaya? Raffy Tulfo invites Bea Alonzo, Gerald Anderson, and Julia Barretto to his show to resolve their issues

  • Raffy Tulfo invited controversial Kapamilya stars to his radio program
  • He is willing to help resolve the controversies between ex-couple Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson together with the alleged cause of their breakup. Julia Barretto
  • Raffy sent a special message to Gerald

News anchor Raffy Tulfo invited controversial Kapamilya celebrities Bea Alonzo, Gerald Anderson, and Julia Barretto to his weekday afternoon radio program to resolve their issues.

On his show Aksyon on TV5 aired Wednesday night, Raffy extended his invitation to the three.

“Alam mo yan, solusyon nyan, itong si Bea saka si Julia saka si Gerald pumunta sa ‘Wanted sa Radyo,’ ayusin natin niyan,” Raffy said.

He added, “Lahat ng problema may solusyon. Para malaman natin talaga kung sino ang may kasalanan.”

Weeks after the social media cryptic post of Bea that started the cheating rumors, Julia—the alleged reason Bea and Gerald broke-up—spoke up and accused Bea of causing outrage towards her by supposedly and deliberately liking “harmless” posts about her and Gerald.

Meanwhile, Gerald recently confirmed that his relationship with Bea had already ended.

Tulfo said, “Kumakalat sa social media, nagkakasiraan kayo, nagkakasakitan na. Eh ang gusto lang naman ng mga fans ninyo na magkabalikan na kayo.

“Tapos si Julia bigyan natin ng bagong ano, pag-asa, kung sino ‘yung dapat niya maging boyfriend.”

He also stated that he is neither Team Bea nor Team Julia, he is on for “Team Areglo.”

In a recent interview with Tulfo on News 5, he advised Gerald to pray to God to help him be a good man.

“Gerald, ano kayang anting-anting ang meron ka at ika’y habulin?

“Kung merong ganyang anting-anting kahit isang milyon pa yan, sigurado ako maraming bibili.

“Gerald, napaka-swerte mong tao. Dapat mag-dasal ka palagi kay Lord na dapat ika’y mabait,” he said.

The controversial issue has become the talk of the town and even led some officials including a senator, a Supreme Court justice and a Commission on Election (Comelec) commissioner to join the discussion.


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