INTERVIEW: BA BORLEO
PHOTOGRAPHY: JAY TABLANTE
We wonder how this petite and innocent-looking charmer managed to survive one of her exes who, she shares, was pretty violent. “I thought he was perfect, I guessed wrong. He was the jealous-type. Once he even strangled me, pinning me to a wall because he had heard this tsismis about me and a friend of mine.” That is definitely no way to treat a lady—especially this one who, upon turning legal, fulfilled her dream of making a movie and posing for FHM. (Fact is, no woman should ever be treated that way). We asked then how she cold ever trust men again, “Hindi pa naman ako na-trauma sa lalake. Now, I just listen to what my mother has to say, she’s a good judge of character eh.” Immediately, we snuggled up to dear old mum, convincing her of our meekness.
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