- Cristy Fermin, during the latest episode of Cristy Ferminute discussed the issue between Barbie Imperial and AJ Raval
- For Nay Cristy, she felt sorry for AJ, because it was already the second time that a similar issue was thrown her way
- She then addressed the words used by Barbie in taking a swipe at AJ Raval, wherein she used the term "mistress"
- Nay Cristy said that Barbie and Diego Loyzaga are not yet married so she does not have any right to call somebody a "mistress"
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Cristy Fermin gave Barbie Imperial a short but terse message, following the statements of the actress where she took a swipe at AJ Raval.
Barbie unleashed strong statements, to the point of telling AJ that Diego does not like her and asked if AJ wants to be a mistress.
Nay Cristy then gave a message to Barbie.
"Ineng, magkarelasyon pa lang kayo ni Diego Loyzaga, hindi pa kayo mag-asawa. Kaya wala ka pong karapatan na tawaging "mistress" ang sinumang babae na napapalapit kay Diego."
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"Wala ka pang kasiguruhan kung magiging kayo. Iwasan mo yan. Pagsasabi ng ganyan. Wala ka pang pasaporte para i-brand ang isang babae na mistress."
"Wala, wala. Kasi wala ka pang hawak na dokumentong magpapatunay na si Diego at ikaw ay kasal na."
Cristy Fermin is a Filipino columnist. She is known to cover the lives of celebrities in the Philippines.
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