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Thai billionaire finally breaks silence, reveals real score with Clint Bondad

Apparently, Anne is now happy to be in a relationship with an unnamed guy. For her, Clint will always be her little brother no matter what happens. Anne also mentioned that she’s not attracted to Clint, adding, “He’s not my type, sorry!”

After days of speculations that she was having an affair with Clint Bondad, Thai transwoman billionaire Anne Jakrajutatip finally revealed the real score between them.

To end the speculations between them, the Thai businesswoman and CEO of JKN Global Media answered netizens’ inquiries and said, Clint is just his ‘little boy.’


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“He’s not my type”

Apparently, Anne is now happy to be in a relationship with an unnamed guy. For her, Clint will always be her little brother no matter what happens. Anne also mentioned that she’s not attracted to Clint, adding, “He’s not my type, sorry!”

Despite the issue, Anne managed to be appreciative when it comes to Clint’s fans: “Yes he’s a brother to me. Thank you for the right understanding!!!

The issue started when Clint has defended the Thai transwoman against negative comments on his Instagram post and he emphasized that he can’t force understanding.

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He said: “Give then all time and understanding. It’s technically US wanting something from them. It will only come with compassion. Can’t force understanding.”

Furthermore, Clint strongly opposed in turning off the comments section on his IG account, for he believes that discussion is necessary to evolve.

“Never. Discussion is needed to evolve and will continue regardless if not there then somewhere else. Only cutting it off when someone would get hurt through my influence. I always ask for permission and explain what to expect if needed. But I also make mistakes. Peace. Love. Happiness.”

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