- Actress Nora Aunor apologized to Jojo Mendrez because of the rift between them about concert
- The Superstar said she felt guilty over the issue and that she recognized her mistake
- Jojo replied that there is nothing to worry about the problem
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Superstar Nora Aunor bravely swallowed her pride as she asked for an apology from "Revival King" Jojo Mendrez over the issue of concert guesting.
KAMI learned that the misunderstanding between the two personalities started when Jojo invited the veteran actress to his much-anticipated concert.
Jojo claimed that he requested Nora to perform on stage but the actress had a different interpretation of his invitation.
Days after the negotiation between their camps, the Superstar revealed that she will sue Jojo for including her name and photo in the concert poster.
On October 5, 2018, during the first major concert of Jojo, the Pinay actress appeared and issued an apology to the “Revival King.”
Here is the statement of Superstar Nora Aunor:
“Alam mo, kanina, habang pinapanood kita roon, sabi ko doon sa mga kasamahan ko, ‘Parang na-guilty yata ako.’
“Alam mo, sa isang tao, pag nagkakaroon ng pagkakamali, hindi mo dapat ikahiya na aminin kung ano yung pagkakamali, kung ano yung naging kasalanan mo sa kapwa mo.
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“Kasi, yun talaga ang nangyari. Ang importante, bukal sa puso mo na humihingi ka ng pagpapasensiya kung kanino ka nagkamali.
“At ngayong gabi po, kung nagkamali man po ako—kay Jojo—humihingi ako sa ‘yo ng tawad.
“Siguro ho, mga kaibigan... hindi lang nagkaintindihan.”
In response to Nora’s words, Jojo expressed that the Superstar has nothing to worry about because he has already forgotten the issue.
“Wala na yun, Ate Guy. Ang mahalaga, alam mo, inabangan ng tao kung magkikita tayo ngayong gabi,” he quipped.
In a previous article by, the veteran actress chose the longest-running noontime show, “Eat Bulaga” over “It’s Showtime.”
Born on May 21, 1953, Nora is a Filipino actress, recording artist, and film producer who was branded as "The Grand Dame of Philippine Cinema.”
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