Dennis Padilla nag-sorry sa anak na si Leon Barretto: “Miss ko lang kayo.”

“I am sorry Leon… Miss ko lang kyo. God bless you more.”

Ito ang naging sagot ng komedyanteng si Dennis Padilla sa anak na lalaki kay Marjorie si Leon Barretto.

Ito ay matapos mag-post sa Instagram si Leon upang magpaabot ng mensahe sa ama.

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Matatandaang pagkatapos ng Father’s Day ay nag-post si Dennis sa Instagram ng throwback pictures niya kasama ang mga anak kay Marjorie.

Sa nasabing post, sinabi niyang nalimutan siyang batiin ng mga anak noong Father’s Day.

Bilang sagot sa nasabing post ng amang si Dennis, naglabas ng kaniyang saloobin si Leon.

“Sorry if I wasn’t able to greet you a ‘Happy Father’s Day.’ It’s always been an awkward day for us cause we never seem to know where we stand with you every year.

“I’ve always envied people who never even have to think twice about greeting their dads a ‘Happy Father’s Day.’”


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“For the past 10 years, we have been trying so hard to slowly rebuild the bridge you continuously burn every time you talk about our private matters in your press cons, interviews, and social media. Papa, why does it seem like you enjoy hurting your kids in public? Why do you keep posting cryptic posts about us and allow people to bash us on your own Instagram page?

“Do you think it does not pain all of us not to feel protected by their own father? It’s not that we don’t to talk to you, but the few times that we do to resolve the issues, you communicate by shouting, cursing, and using hurtful words that traumatize us.

“Is public sympathy really more important to you than your own children? Your words have the power to destroy your children.”


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“For years I have watched my sisters get torn into pieces because of your false narratives and not once did they ever explain their side nor speak negatively about you in public. It’s exhausting, papa. And as the only man in the family, this is me stepping up to protect my sisters.

“I need you to know that I want nothing else but to move forward in the safest and healthiest manner possible. I want peace, papa. Can you please stop resorting to public shaming when things don’t go your way?

“I long for the day when I can greet you a ‘Happy Father’s Day’ and know that it comes from a place of gratitude.”

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