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Did Bea Alonzo run away from a project?

Alonzo also has her own version of the story.

Pieces of the truth are being unraveled as to what really transpired before Bea Alonzo’s transfer to GMA Network.

Earlier today, July 2, Henry King Quitain, an ABS-CBN writer, posted on his Facebook account how the network spent millions for Alonzo’s now-shelved soap.

But according to Quitain, the resources that ABS-CBN directed to Alonzo’s project were wasted since she transferred to the rival network.

“Pag may iniwan kang project at gumastos na ang kompanya ng milyon. Sana bayaran mo na lang yung nagastos. Anyway siguro naman kikitain mo lahat yan. Kasi naghihikahos na nga kami, hindi naman biro yung itatapon na lang na pera ng kompanya kasi iniwan mo na lang basta,” ranted Quitain.

There are also statements from Kapamilya director, Erick Salud, and ABS-CBN executive, Ethel Espiritu regarding the truth behind Alonzo’s refusal to do a Kapamilya project.

Salud in his Twitter account clarified that Alonzo did not want to continue the project because she was not yet prepared to do locked-in tapings. However, he was surprised to know that the actress had other plans that is why she refused to do tapings.

“So ayun nga. Lumipat nga ang isang aktres. Bakit kaya? Eh may project siya na nasimulan at na-promote na prior pandemic. Tapos say niya, ‘di pa siya ready magshooting. Ayun pala lilipat. AAAARTE!!! Naghihirap ba siya? Eh may big farm nga. Kaloka siya!!!” wrote Salud.

Meanwhile, Espiritu was disappointed with Alonzo’s transfer but she as well cannot hide the truth forever.

According to the Kapamilya executive, Alonzo had “unfinished business” with ABS-CBN before leaving.

And when she left for another Network, Espiritu called Alonzo, “inconsiderate” and an “ingrate”.

Alonzo also has her own version of the story.

During her grand welcoming as a Kapuso on July 1, Alonzo explained that she did have a project for ABS-CBN. However, she clarified that she and the Network did come to a “mutual” decision to cancel the show.

“I was doing a soap for them. But then nagkar’on ng pandemic. And alam naman natin na maraming pagbabago. So nagkaroon rin ng pagbabago sa story. And we came to a decision na hindi na lang matutuloy yung soap,” she said.

Alonzo also negotiated with the Kapuso Network for months before signing a contract with them. The actress even felt that it is “right” for her to make the switch.

“At tamang-tamang dumating yung offer ng GMA. And at that point, para bang ano—it just felt right. S’yempre months of negotiations with SK (Shirley Kuan).

“And when I finally met them, to be honest, sa Zoom natin, it just felt na I was at peace. Na parang ito yung final. I trust my intuition. I always follow my heart. And now I follow my heart.”

So, did the actress run from the Kapamilya project just to be with GMA Network?

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