- Bea Alonzo set the record straight with regards to Jake Ejercito and Dominic Roque.
- Bea admits she is not yet ready for new love, wants to concentrate on work.
Kapamilya actress Bea Alonzo has set the record straight regarding the issues linking her to Jake Ejercito and Dominic Roque.
In an interview with Boy Abunda on Tonight With Boy Abunda, Alonzo was asked about her relationships with the two men being linked to her.
The issue with Ejercito emerged when he was seen at Bea’s birthday party last October. Jake also shared the video of his staring challenge with Bea where he was defeated.
Meanwhile, asked if Jake got her number at that time, Bea said they are only communicating via Instagram.
“No. He just messaged me on Instagram. We don’t communicate constantly,” said Bea.
With regards to Roque, Bea only said that he is a good friend.
“He’s a good friend of mine,” Bea answered.
Roque was also present at the birthday bash of Bea. They were also travel buddies in Japan which they both shared on their respective Instagram accounts.
Abunda also asked Bea if she’s now ready to enter a new relationship. Bea then quickly answered that she’d like to be busy with work for now.
“Sa ngayon kasi, parang sinasabi ng universe na, ‘Uy, mag-work ka muna, maging busy ka muna.’ Kasi hindi ko rin siya hinahanap, honestly,” she said.
Bea also added that her latest break-up experience has helped her realize things about herself.
“Ang dami kong na-discover sa sarili ko na hindi ko alam noon, na hindi pala ako dependent. Akala ko ‘yung happiness ko will depend on someone else. Okay naman pala ako, and I’m not saying this just so I can say I’m okay,” she said.
Bea had a controversial breakup this year with Gerald Anderson.
After a three-year relationship, Bea revealed that she was simply ghosted by Gerald who just stopped talking to her. The issue got more complicated when Julia Barretto was linked by people as the cause of the breakup.
Bea is currently promoting her film Unbreakable with Angelica Panganiban. This Star Cinema film is directed by Mae Cruz Alviar and tells the story about friendship and forgiveness.