ni Pilar Mateo
SA story conference ng Moonlight Butterfly ko na uli nakatsikahan ang anak ng yumaong mang-aawit na si Claire dela Fuente na si Gigo de Guzman.
Ang una ay matagal na rin namang panahon, nang nabubuhay pa ang kanyang ina at abala sila sa bubuksan nilang restaurant na si Gigo ang chef at may pa-taste test sila.
Hanggang nabago na ang mga pangyayari sa buhay ng mag-ina.
Ngayong wala na si Claire, si Gigo na ang namamahala sa kanilang seaside restaurant sa may Macapagal Avenue. At sinubukang balikan ng nahasa naman na sa Teatro na si Gigo ang pag-arte, rito nga sa Joel Lamangan project ng 3:16 Media Network ni Len Carillo and partners.
May pakiusap ngayon si Gigo sa kanyang FB account.
“Within one year, I have been in a car crash where I had to save the lives of my driver and staff.
“Then I found a girl I just met lifeless after a party and failed to revive her because it turns out she had an aneurysm and slowly bled internal overnight.
“Then I was accused of a crime and blasted thru the social media and the news by people hungry for clout and money of this death, only to reveal thru delayed test results that there was no crime at all.
“Then my mother contracts COVID from our staff thru a routine grocery run and dies, all the while stressing over the people out to get me.
“Then finding her invests that failed because of her death, and some of my mom’s so-called “friends” taking advantage of our vulnerability to exact money from us.
“Then being Diagnosed with High blood pressure, depression, and anxiety.
“I have been thru too much.
“Me and my mom have done nothing wrong to deserve this. People who know me know I don’t have the heart to ever harm anyone. I always try to help those in need.
“I tried reviving that girl. I tried to defend the other guys because they were being held in jail for something we didn’t do. I gave them a place to stay to protect them from those who wanted to harm them for money.
“The last thing I need to deal with are people who thing they’re entitled to an opinion about all this.
“So please. That’s enough. Tama na. Stop the comments, stop the harsh words, just stop it. Please.”
Sana nga. Tama na…