Maja Salvador on Gerald Anderson, life post-breakup
MANILA, Philippines – Maja Salvador said that she and ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson are okay with each other despite their split a few months back.
In an interview with reporters at the thanksgiving press conference of her show Bridges of Love Thursday, July 23, Maja said that she and Gerald say hi to each other despite the awkwardness. (READ: Gerald Anderson denies Janice de Belen caused Maja Salvador breakup)
“Nagha-hi naman po kami everytime na nagkikita kami sa ASAP, kung saan kami nagkikita. Iyon in fairness siya ang unang bumabati,” Maja said.
(We say hi to each other every time we see each other in ASAP, where we bump into each other. In fairness, he is the first to say hi.)
However, even if they are okay with each other, Maja said she is not yet ready to work with him.
“Huwag naman trabaho, awkward naman iyon,” she said.
(Not for work [with him] for now. That’s very awkward.)
Despite the failed relationship, Maja said she has no regrets. (READ: Maja Salvador not giving up on love: 'Masarap umibig')
“Syempre na-hurt naman ako. Syempre masakit din naman yung pinagdaanan… pero you just need to accept it. Yun lang talaga iyon. Para maging okay ka,” Maja shared.
(Of course I was hurt. It was painful, what I went through...but you need to accept it. That's all you have to do. So you will be okay.)
During the press conference, Maja said she is enjoying single life and would like to devote more time to herself.
“Ngayon taong ang dami kong gustong gawin para sa akin, para sa sarili ko.
(This year, I want to do so many things for myself.)
“Syempre alam niyo naman yung huli kong relasyon hindi naman ganoon naging kadali…nadurog naman kasi ako doon…pero okay ako ngayon,” she added.
(Of course you all know my last relationship was not easy...I was really crushed by it...but I am okay now.)
Maja is grateful that she has a good support system to help her with everything in her life now.
“Siguro kasi napapaligiran ako ng mga taong mapagmahal talaga, and sa pamilya ko hindi naman kulang yung pagiintindi nila sa akin, yung pagmahahal na binibigay nila sa akin. So kung ano yung nabibigay nung pamilya ko sa akin, kung kaya ko ibigay sa iba," she said.
(I guess I'm surrounded by people who are loving and my family, they was never enough time they understood me, the love they give to me. So whatever my family gives, if I can, I'll do the same for others.) – Rappler.com
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