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Martin is building a new home for his family.
The “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” lead actor is very vocal in saying that he is working very hard to provide comfortable life to his family.
According to reports, the house current- ly being constructed sits in an 800-square meter lot and has seven bedrooms. Coco said he wanted seven bedrooms for his big family. “Ayun pinagiipunan. Sana by next year eh matapos na siya kaya ayun dahan dahan na ipon kaya sobrang trabaho ang ginagawa ko ngayon.”
“Pinapaayos ko siya ngayon at pinapa- tayo pa lang kaya, matagal pa yun ang matagal pang proseso.”
The actor also said that this new house and his projects are pushing him to perfect his craft and work extra hard to give his family a lovely home.
“Lahat naman ng pangarap ko ngayon ay para sa pamilya ko. Unti-unti akong nag-iipon kasi doon naman lahat nagsisim- ula eh. Sabi ko, basta okay yung trabaho ko okay sila.”
He is also very thankful to everyone who helped him from his Indie films days up to his television success, and more recently his Best Actor trophy during the 27th Star Awards for Movies.
“Simula nag-indie ako hanggang nag
TV na ako, sobrang nagppasalamat ako sa lahat ng tumulong sa akin.
Sila yung dahilan kung bakit ako nandito ngayon eh. Sila yung tumulong para makamit ko yung mga pangarap ko sa buhay. Nagpapasalamat ako ng malaki sa kanila.”
** Edu supports son’s lovelife “FAMILY Feud” host Edu Manzano
doesn’t meddle on son’s lovelife. For weeks now, television personality Luis Manzano is linked to Kapuso actress Jennylyn Mercado. Luis is very vocal that he’s going out with Jennylyn but they are not yet a couple.
In a television interview with Edu, he shared that he never texted or called his son when the news went out on national television.
“Hindi ako magsisinungaling. Never.. ni hindi ko tinext, hindi ko tinawagan si Luis. Yung kung ano ang alam ko, yung nasasagap ko sa mga kaibigan ko or yung minsan nababasa ko.”
“But other than that, I trust my son to make the right decisions.” Edu then added that he’s very happy for his son if things went uphill for him and Jennylyn because he doesn’t have any bad thing to say about the latter. “I always felt that she’s very down-to- earth. She kept both feet planted on the ground. Magaang kapag nakakaharap ko sila, e. So yung times na nakikita ko sila, we always have a nice conversation.” With all his children, Edu said he learned the hard way not to meddle with their lovelifes because it sometimes lead to misunderstanding.
“I’ve learned the hard way. Mag-aaway lang kayo, so hayaan mo na sila,” he jok- ingly said.
Edu then added that what he can only do is give sound advises, be there for his kids and allow them to be what they wanted to be.
“I would think it’s important na palaki- hin mo sila nang maayos, then they’ll be able to make the right decisions. At kung sakaling matapilok, kailangang nandun ka pa rin para saluhin sila kahit papano.” ■
Russell Crowe sorry after
LOS ANGELES, June 10 (AFP) – Hollywood star Russell Crowe apologized Friday after an apparent anti-circumcision tirade on Twitter, as a Jewish friend he was exchanging tweets with defended him. While the friend said the remarks had been blown out of proportion by journalists, the Oscar-winning actor took down a series of entries on his Twitter feed from Thursday, and said he was sorry to anyone he had offended.
“I have a deep and abiding love for all people of all nationalities, I’m very sorry that I have said things on here that have caused distress,” he wrote on the microblogging website. “My personal beliefs aside, I realize that some will interpret this debate as me mocking the rituals and traditions of others. I am very sorry.” In the original tweets, reported by the Hollywood Reporter among others, he wrote: “Circumcision is barbaric and stupid. Who are you to correct nature? Is it real that GOD re- quires a donation of foreskin? Babies are perfect.”
But Jewish film director Eli Roth, with whom he had been exchanging tweets, came to his defense, saying Crowe was “one of the nicest people I have ever been lucky enough to meet and work with. AND RESPECTFUL
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Speaking to celebrity news website TMZ, Roth lashed out at a headline that said Crowe “insults Jews.” “The headline blatantly attempts to make Russell look like an anti-Semite. It’s tabloid journalism at its worst,” he said. “No one contacted either of us. It’s terrible. Russell is a great person and respectful of all religions... The press is trying to terrify celebrities into not using Twitter. They want to show they can still ruin you. It’s sickening.” A spokesman for New Zealand-born Crowe, the “Gladiator” and “Robin Hood” star who has lived in Australia since his youth, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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