Jennica Garcia said her breakup with Alwyn Uytingco was not because of the money, pointing out that her former partner was not materialistic and was a good supplier.
Garcia defended Uytingco via Instagram yesterday, May 21, shortly after confirming his separation from the latter via an exclusive interview with GMA Network.
She also stressed that her return to acting after eight years “is just the wise thing for me to do at this season of my life” and that their “savings have never been a problem”.
âIf you see an article that I put Alwyn in a bad light, make sure it was published by a reliable source before you believe it. I will NEVER say anything bad about the father of my children, âGarcia told his fans.
Garcia then expressed his gratitude to those who sympathize with his family and asked the audience to try to understand their situation before offering criticism.
âTo those who sympathize with us, thank you. Know that even before your heart breaks for my children, for what happened to usâ¦ Alwyn and I are heartbroken too. My mind is clouded with worry and fear, âshe said.
âYour criticism is beyond our control and it is not something that we can ask to be ended because we are public figures. I understand and accept that this comes with the job, but I hope you will understand that we are affected by your assumptions and accusations even if we do not wish to welcome it, âadded Garcia.
Garcia has yet to reveal the specific reason she and Uytingco broke up, according to media outlet Kapuso.
She noted in the interview that she has to return to work now that she is a single mother, but did not mention anything about the financial issues that caused their breakup. /ra
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