Kris Aquino makes peace with Judy Ann Santos after Instagram feud


Screen grab from Kris Aquino's Instagram account

Screen grab from Kris Aquino’s Instagram account

MANILA, Philippines—After unfollowing some of her show biz friends on
Instagram for posting updates critical of her brother President Benigno
Aquino III, Kris Aquino seems to be making peace with at least one of

Kris on Thursday posted on Instagram a screen shot of her alleged
conversation with actress Judy Ann Santos, showing the two offering each
other the olive branch after Aquino reportedly unfollowed Santos on

Santos on Jan. 30 posted on Instagram a screen grab of a 2011 article
pertaining to US President Barack Obama canceling a scheduled
appointment to attend the arrival of bodies of US troops killed in
Afghanistan. She captioned the screen grab with “Just saying … Obama
knows his priorities…”

The post was seen as a swipe on President Aquino’s absence on Jan. 29
at Villamor Airbase during the arrival of the bodies of the 44 officers
of the Special Action Forces of the Philippine National Police who were
killed in a botched operation in Mamasapano, Maguindanao. The President
instead attended the inauguration of a car plant in Laguna.

Kris posted on her Instagram account: “I just came from 1 of my
favorite Churches on my way to A&A. I said sorry to God for my sin
of pride. I can be impulsive & overly emotional. But I also believe I
am never spiteful & always respectful. Above all, I know how to
take responsibility for my actions… Before leaving for work, I felt my
guardian angel telling me to text @officialjuday. Naglakas loob ako
& prayed for the best. Thank You God for answering my prayer.

President Aquino’s absence during the arrival honors for the SAF has
sparked national outrage, with the hashtag #NasaanAngPangulo trending on
social media worldwide.

Celebrities have taken to posting their sentiments on the issue on
Instagram, prompting Aquino to unfollow those who happened to be her
friends. Kris’ estranged friend Ai-Ai de las Alas was one of those who
defended Santos’ Instagram post.

 | Inquirer Entertainment

via Blogger


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