Pushing Sarah to fall in love
by: Edgar O. Cruz | STIR Editor (Chief Agitator)
8 Jun 2009 | 10:34 am
Sarah Geronimo had turned down Mark Bautista and Ronnie Liang’s offer of love. She remains friendly to Rayver Cruz but not to Mark Herras who the entertainment writers insist she’s flirting with.
Two facts about Sarah’s falling in love:
One. It’s the entertainment media who’s pushing her to fall in love. Due to the lack of something to report about her, interviews usually end up asking her the same thing: How’s her love life doing? I’ve seen it happen over and over. The classic case was the grand press conference of “A Very Special Love.” She pointblank said that she has no romantci feeling for leading man John Lloyd Cruz. So that in the next starrer, “You Changed My Love,” it was used as a promo peg. She has strong feelings for John Lloyd, leading to the buzz that she caused John Lloyd's split with girlfriend Liz Uy.
Two. She’s allowed by her parents to accept suitors. Mommy Divine had personally told me she has nothing against it as Sarah is the right age. But the real issue is Sarah's a late bloomer. Predictably, the entertainment media members of which have twisted values have charged her to be a lesbian. But Sarah seems to have her priorities figured out. She has no plan of having a boyfriend until she’s 25. If ever she decides so, it will be with the approval of her parents.
Stop pushing Sarah to fall in love. She will...in due time!
ang press people kasi eh.... masyadong excited.... hehehe
thanks for sharing po...