- Beth Tamayo was able to give an exclusive interview to Paolo Contis in the episode of "Just In"
- She admitted that there were so many who were after her husband before and she felt that their lives were in danger
- They had to leave the country and settled in the U.S., which they really had a hard time, especially that she didn't know any other job except showbiz
- The actress admitted that her first job in the U.S. was guarding a child
Beth Tamayo, after a long time, was finally able to open up about the time that she left the Philippines.
In an exclusive interview with Paolo Contis in "Just In," the actress revealed that the financial difficulties of her husband before made it hard for them, which was why she felt that they had to leave the country.
"So parang ang dami na ng taong naghahabol sa kaniya and parang our lives are actually in danger na so we had to leave. We had to leave in 2009," said the actress.
She admitted that it was hard to start from nothing and it was a good thing that she was able to finish her bachelor's degree.
She also experienced doing two jobs all at the same time.
Beth Tamayo is one of the most promising actresses of the '90s. She simply withdrew from showbiz and flew to the U.S. with her ex-husband.
Many celebrities make decisions that sometimes take them on a different path. For instance, there are cases when celebs would issue an apology over something they regret doing. Vice Ganda paid tribute to some of the unsung heroes in the Philippines amid the COVID-19 crisis. He expressed his gratitude and appreciation for service crew members and grocery employees for their public service during the pandemic. The Kapamilya star also apologized on behalf of everyone who has shown disrespect to them in the past. According to Vice, the public will always remember their heroism even after the crisis ends.
This also happens to politicians. Senator Francis Tolentino released a statement following the backlash he received for undergoing COVID-19 test. He explained that the test was not administered by the Department of Health (DOH). Tolentino also apologized for taking the test after the results showed that he is negative for COVID-19. The senator revealed that he developed dry cough and colds during his self-quarantine period.
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