- Marian Rivera and Popoy Caritativo has finally reconciled
- Lolit Solis airs her thoughts about the issue on her social media account
- It's just right that the two are now on good terms, according to Lolit
- She also admitted that managers may feel bad when their artists decide to leave them
- The showbiz columnist shared what a good manager-artist relationship should be
Marian Rivera recently revealed that she and her former manager Popoy Caritativo are now on good terms.
KAMI learned that Lolit Solis shared her honest thoughts on Marian and Popoy's relationship on her Instagram account.
According to the entertainment writer, it is just right that the Kapuso star and her former manager's feud is now over.
"Dapat lang naman dahil wala naman dapat pag-awayan. Nun ko pa sinasabi na ang mga manager ng artista empleyado nila, kaya anytime may karapatan sila na iwanan kami."
"Sinungaling ako kung sasabihin ko na hindi sumasakit ang loob ng manager pag iniwan siya ng alaga niya lalo pa at umpisa pa lang ay inalagaan mo na. Para kang nawalan ng isang anak na nasa piling mo at umalis"
She also said that managers and artists should have a give-and-take kind of relationship and they should always have respect for each other.
"Give and take and dapat relasyon ng manager at talent, at kahit pa nga may bago na, huwag lang mawala ang respeto."
In an earlier report by KAMI, Marian Rivera reconciled with her former manager Popoy Caritativo.
Marian Rivera, or Marian Rivera Garcia-Dantes in real life, is a Filipina actress. She is best known for her roles in Marimar, Dyesebel, Amaya, and Temptations of Wives.
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