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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Feb 18, 2013

Cesar Montano Should Ask Wife Sunshine Cruz To Stop Attacking Him In Instagram

CESAR MONTANO implored the writers interviewing him at the “Alfredo S. Lim, The Untold Story” presscon not to add more fuel into the fire of his reported marital woes with wife Sunshine Cruz: “I admit that our marriage is not perfect. Just like other marriages, we have problems of our own, but inaayos namin ito, so pakiusap ko lang, sana wag nyo nang palakihin pa. Ibalato nyo na lang sa’kin as we’re in the process of ironing out everything. I love Sunshine and I’ll do everything to keep our family. So sana, maintindihan nyo at pagbigyan nyo ko sa hiling kong ito. Alam ko namang maaayos din ito dahil nothing is impossible with God. So sana, mag-focus na lang tayo sa movie that opens in theaters on February 27.”

But Sunshine herself won’t keep silent with her instagram posts, refuting him and saying: “Never confuse fiction with non-fiction, the difference between the truth and a lie. I’m so blessed to have four teleserye offers. God is faithful. It would be selfish of me to complain or mourn.”

Maybe Cesar should talk to Sunshine first to stop using social media to broadcast what’s happening in their lives. Sunshine is listed as co-executive producer of “Alfredo S. Lim”, along with Cesar. As such, we don’t she’d like the movie to flop with all this negative publicity about her husband. Or does she resent the inclusion of the name of Cesar’s alleged kulukudidang in the poster as “Introducing Krista Miller”?