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Mariel Rodriguez reacts to rumours linking husband Robin Padilla to Mocha Uson


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Filipina actress Mariel Rodriguez took to her social media accounts to shut down all the ‘baseless rumours’ linking her husband Robin Padilla to government official and former sexy star Mocha Uson. 

She said, ‘now is not that time’ to be ‘assholes’ as his husband’s brother just passed away. 

“So mnay people are sending me messages… ‘checking’ on me. People are tagging me bla bla bla… let me tell you this. ROBIN’S BROTHER PASSED AWAY. He is greiving. He has never been in so much pain all his life. He doesn’t need your baseless gossip,” she wrote. 

She added: “Namatayan ng kapatid yung asawa ko. Please lang po. He doesn’t even know anything about all this rumour but I am putting a stop to this now. May oras para maging assholes now is not that time. Please,” she added.

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