Angelica Panganiban recently went on a month-long vacation where she visited Japan, the US, and Boracay. Earlier this year, fans speculated she was heartbroken, with her even admitting she almost fell for ex-boyfriend and former love team partner Carlo Aquino again. 


Back in March, Carlo spoke up about being called "paasa" and claimed that he and Angelica were "okay." Angelica then denied this during an interview with the press, saying she is no longer friends with Carlo and that they're not on speaking terms. 

This June, Carlo defended his friends and rumored girlfriend Trina Candaza from bashers via Instagram Stories: "Walang ibang may kasalanan kundi ako. Sorry sa lahat ng ginawa ko. Kung magagalit kayo, sa akin kayo magalit. Hindi sa ibang tao. Hindi kay Trina kay Mets kay Josh o kay Khang. Sa akin. Dahil ako ang nagdesisyon. Huwag niyo na po idamay ang ibang tao dahil wala silang kasalanan. Lahat ng galit niyo tatanggapin ko pero huwag niyo na lang ipasa sa ibang tao dahil wala silang ginawa."


During an interview with ABS-CBN, Angelica said she doesn't have anything to say about the bashing issue involving Carlo. "Wala, wala. Hindi siya nage-exist sa life ko ngayon e. Hindi kasi kami nag-uusap so wala akong alam sa mga nangyayari sa kanya."

Is she willing to speak to him again? "Matagal ko nang hinihintay yung explanation niya. Sana matagal na niyang ginawa," Angelica revealed.  

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