Heart Evangelista Emotional Over Feud Between Her Parents and BF Sen. Chiz Escudero [Full Interview Video]


Kapuso actress Heart Evangelista gets emotional as she reveals her side on the rift between her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecile and Rey Ongpauco and  and boyfriend Chiz Escudero on weekend showbiz oriented show, HOT TV.

heart evangelista cry opver issue between parents and chiz

Heart clarifies that Senator Chiz did not do anything bad to her and emphasizes that there are no truths about the statements released by her parents regarding the bad attributes of her boyfriend, that he is a bad influence to her. [Click here to view Heart’s parents statements]

“Anak mo ako. Pamilya tayo. Tama na. Tama na po. Walang mananalo dito. Lahat tayo ay masasaktan. Lahat tayo ay talo dahil wala tayo sa isa’t-isa. We lost each other,” Heart in tears pleads her parents to stop this rift.

Senator Miriam Santiago who was the bridge of their love affair airs her side on the said issue claiming that she would not take sides since she is both closed to Heart and her family.

Heart Evangelista Cries On HOT TV

4 thoughts on “Heart Evangelista Emotional Over Feud Between Her Parents and BF Sen. Chiz Escudero [Full Interview Video]

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  2. I think tama ang mama niya meyron talaga siyang “You and Me against the World Syndrome” I can sense it she’s the type of girl that pag na-fefeel niya parang nawa2lan na ng panahon ang guy sa kanya she just look for other Guys… even though kahit alam niya na because of their works normal o natural na paminsan2 hindi talaga pwedeng sa kanya na lang palagi ang atention at sa kanya lang nakatuon she so childish hope she see’s what I write here magaling ka lang magdrama grow-up. Sa lahat ng boyfriends nya kay Eco at Daniel I’m feeling sorry for them I feel they love heart so much they are the one’s that got really hurt hearts just so childish that she didn’t even notice those people love her kasi puro sarili lng niya ang kanyang ini-isip…hindi kaya pagdating ng panahon hiwalayan ka rin ni chiz kagaya ng paghiwalay niya sa kanyang asawa. Mag-isip2 ka kabutihan lang naman ang gusto ng mga magulang mo sayo dahil alam nila na your still not matured enough. Kahit nga tingnan lang kita magsalita at sumagot sa mga tanong sa TV alam kong Child kapangang talaga.

  3. Huwag kang mabahala chiz, mas lalo kitang iboboto sa eleksyon! ‘Wag padadala sa isyung yan! Kaya mo yan chiz senador parin kita! 🙂

  4. To Heart’s Mother..Be careful with what you say to the public.. Chiz is not an ordinary man just like echo and former bf’s of your daughter Love Marie.

    Ignorance of the law doesn’t excuse anyone, even those with blurry eye visions because under Article 353 of the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines, libel is defined as a public and malicious imputation of a crime, or of a vice or defect, real or imaginary, or any act, omission, condition, status or circumstance tending to discredit or cause the dishonor or contempt of a natural or juridical person, or to blacken the memory of one who is dead. Thus, the elements of libel are: (a) imputation of a discreditable act or condition to another; (b) publication of the imputation; (c) identity of the person defamed; and, (d) existence of malice.

    “Words calculated to induce suspicion are sometimes more effective to destroy reputation than false charges directly made. Ironical and metaphorical language is a favored vehicle for slander. A charge is sufficient if the words are calculated to induce the hearers to suppose and understand that the person or persons against whom they were uttered were guilty of certain offenses, or are sufficient to impeach their honesty, virtue, or reputation, or to hold the person or persons up to public ridicule. . . . ”

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