Kinumpirma ng Kapuso actress na si Rhian Ramos ang balitang hiwalay na sila ng Filipino-Chinese businessman na si Jason Choachuy.
“Three and a half wonderful, wonderful years of my life,” paglalarawan ni Rhian sa naging relasyon nila.
Pahayag pa ng 27-year-old actress tungkol sa breakup nila, “That’s true... okay, how do I explain?
“Here’s the thing, he’s a wonderful guy, nothing's gone wrong.
"I don’t want people to make conclusions or make stories or anything.
“I loved him very much. I still do, in fact.
“But I’m in a transitional phase this year. I have a lot going on.
“I haven't completely talked about it to the public yet, but there’s just a lot of changes happening in my life right now.”
Gusto raw ni Rhian na mag-focus sa kanyang sarili ngayong break na sila ni Jason.
“And I think that it’s time for me to focus on me as of the moment.
"Because, you know, if you don’t focus on yourself and you don’t really, really love yourself, it’s hard to treat other people right," sabi ng The One That Got Away actress.
Nakausap ng PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) at ni Nelson Canlas ng GMA News si Rhian sa red carpet ng The Eddys 2018 Awards Night na ginanap sa The Theatre at Solaire, Parañaque City, Lunes ng gabi, July 9.
Ang The Eddys ay ipinamamahagi ng Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors (SPEEd).
“NOTHING AWFUL… SCANDALOUS.” Tumangging tukuyin ng aktres kung mutual decision ba ang paghihiwalay nila ni Jason.
Sabi lang ni Rhian, “To be honest, if there’s anyone who needed more growth, it would be me.”
Bago lang daw ang kanilang hiwalayan at ayaw muna niyang magbigay ng detalye.
“At the moment, it’s a little fresh, maybe I’ll be able to say more in the future.”
Ngunit tiniyak ni Rhian na maayos ang paghihiwalay nila ng landas ng dating nobyo.
Pinangunahan na rin ng aktres ang opinyon ng netizens kung bakit sila nag-break.
Saad niya, “You know, yeah, that’s kind of what happened. Nothing awful, nothing scandalous.
"It’s just growing pains of regular people."
Pagtatapos pa niya, “I’m okay and I will be okay, and that’s the point—to be okay.”