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Ericka Villongco reacts to her comments over JaDine breakup

Ericka and James did not have a formal closure, one of the things Ericka regrets. Ericka also revealed that it was hard for her to move on as she continued to see James on social media almost every day.

After her ‘karma’ post over the trending James Reid-Nadine Lustre breakup issue, Ericka Villongco fired back at netizens who got irked with her comment.

Upon observing the tweets of netizens towards her deleted ‘karma’ IG post, Ericka said that everyone seemed entitled to express their opinions except her.



“Apparently everyone can do and sawsaw what they want but I have no right to speak my opinion. Y’all lucky I didn’t serve tea at this interview.”

Netizens accused Ericka of just being after new subscribers to her YouTube Channel so she keeps meddling in JaDine issues. They added that she’s already engaged and commenting only makes her appear like a desperate ex-girlfriend.

One netizen said that Ericka may gotten breast enhancements, but can never get endorsements like Nadine.

In another post on Twitter, Ericka shared that even her high school friends are against her and reminded them to stop acting like Regina George, the antagonist from Mean Girls.

Ericka’s second tweet received even more hateful comments, with one netizen calling her a downgraded version of Kylie Jenner.

Some of the commenters advised Ericka to just shut up and move on.

Ericka and James’ bittersweet memories

Before James and Nadine fell in love with each other, Ericka and the Kapamilya actor was in a long-term relationship for about three years. But later on, the singer and YouTube vlogger revealed that they had a bad breakup.

Ericka and James did not have a formal closure, one of the things Ericka regrets. Ericka also revealed that it was hard for her to move on as she continued to see James on social media almost every day.

Ericka revealed then, “It’s been almost five months, I can say I’m much happier now. The only regret is that I wish that we were able to end civilly or like friends. It’s hard, kasi every day in social media, I see his name all over, that’s what makes it hard.”

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