On April 27, Viva artist Robb Guinto admitted she wanted to have a child with a foreigner.
At the AFAM media conference, LionhearTV Guinto revealed that she had a relationship with a South Korean. She hoped for a half-South Korean child.
“Sa akin naman, ‘yung past relationship ko is nanggaling din ako sa ibang lahi, Koreano, and then isa na rin ‘yun na pinangarap ko ‘yung magkaroon ng isang half na Oppa. Siguro epekto ito ng kakanood ko ng K-Drama kaya siguro pinangarap ko rin talaga.”
She then noted that having a relationship with a foreigner came unexpectedly to her.
She said she didn’t expect she would like someone who wasn’t a Filipino although one of her reasons for liking a foreigner was, ““Pero, ‘yun isa na rin ‘yun sa reason ko kung bakit ako nag-jowa ng ibang lahi is para magkaroon rin talaga ng anak na half-half.”
She then pointed out Filipinos’ standards about having a mixed-race child.
“Iba-iba lalo na kasi dito sa Pilipinas kasi, ito kapag lumaki na ‘yung anak mo na may half, iba ‘yung standard nila, talagangna nag-racket sila sa ganto sa modeling, talagang mataas na ‘yung talent fee nila.”
She also shared her views about Filipinas, calling out other Pinays for having relationships with foreigners.
“Sa ating mga Filipinos, tayo rin kasi ‘yung gumagawa ng way para maging iba’yung tingin sa atin ng ibang lahi. Na ‘yun nga sabi ni Jela na kung gagawan mo talaga ng masama. Tsaka kailangan lang naman talaga kapag nagmahal ka eh trust each other lang.”
As for their film, AFAM stars Guinto, Jela Cuenca, Nico Locco, Alexa Ocampo, Giselle Sanchez, Katya Santos, PJ Rosario, and Roi Alonte.
AFAM, directed by Linnet Zurbano, will be released on Vivamax on May 5, with an early release29 on Vivamax Plus.