Benjamin Alves, babalik agad sa trabaho kahit nagluluksa pa sa pagkamatay ng ama

Hindi magkakaroon ng revision sa script ng Kapag Nahati ang Puso, ang daytime television drama series ng GMA-7, dahil nangako si Benjamin Alves na babalik sa Pilipinas sa Linggo ng gabi, October 14.

Si Benjamin ang lead actor ng Kapag Nahati ang Puso.

IMAGE Noel Orsal

Nagluluksa siya sa kasalukuyan dahil sa sudden demise ng kanyang Guam-based father na si Ebet Sapida.

"Nagpaalam agad si Benjamin noong Wednesday that he will fly to Guam and will be back in Manila by Sunday evening.

"He said he will be able to report for work on Monday. Hindi naman nag-revise ng script ang Kapag Nahati ang Puso production,” ang impormasyong natanggap ng Cabinet Files mula sa isang insider.

Heart attack ang ikinamatay ng ama ni Benjamin noong October 8.

Bilang pagluluksa, papupugay, at paggunita sa alaala ng pumanaw na ama, binura ni Benjamin ang lahat ng Instagram posts nito at ang tribute sa tatay niya noong Father’s Day ang kanyang tanging iniwan:

"My dad is not expressive.

"For all the years I’ve been alive, I’ve only ever heard him say 'I love you' a few times.

"But I know he loves me. I do.

"I know this because I’ve never missed a meal in my life, I always had a roof over my head, always had a Christmas present even when money was tight, bought me a Super Nintendo even if it was used, he never missed any of my basketball games in high school, still records every episode of my soaps on VHS (yes, VHS), always supports my Lakers even if he hates them, and even acquiesced a smile for this photo.

"My dad has never owned anything fancy; he was just so busy giving his all to us. Personally, I think that’s what he views as wealth.

"So here’s to you Dad, our provider, for showing me that actions like paying the bills and giving away your car to your son (and settling for a junky, old civic for yourself), is louder than fancy, poetic words.

"I pray I can call you one day and say: 'you can retire now Dad, it’s time to enjoy life.'

"God knows you deserve it. Happy Father’s Day to you all."

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My dad is not expressive. For all the years I’ve been alive, I’ve only ever heard him say “I love you” a few times. But I know he loves me. I do. I know this because I’ve never missed a meal in my life, I always had a roof over my head, always had a Christmas present even when money was tight, bought me a Super Nintendo even if it was used, he never missed any of my basketball games in high school, still records every episode of my soaps on VHS (yes, VHS), always supports my Lakers even if he hates them, and even acquiesced a smile for this photo. My dad has never owned anything fancy; he was just so busy giving his all to us. Personally, I think that’s what he views as wealth. So here’s to you Dad, our provider, for showing me that actions like paying the bills and giving away your car to your son (and settling for a junky, old civic for yourself), is louder than fancy, poetic words. I pray I can call you one day and say: “you can retire now Dad, it’s time to enjoy life.” God knows you deserve it. Happy Father’s Day to you all.

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