JC de Vera breaks his silence on the alleged walkout that Angel Locsin did during ‘The General’s Daughter’s’ taping
Kapamilya actor JC de Vera broke his silence on the walkout issue involving The General’s Daughter lead actress Angel Locsin.
The issue on the alleged walkout of Angel surfaced last week and various reasons circulated why the incident happened.
The alleged reason
There was speculation that the actress had a conflict with director Manny Palo. Another speculation surfaced involving Angel’s encounter with a staff member who disrespected her.
On the other hand, a previous report also stated that the lead actress also exhibited unwanted trait on the set of the Kapamilya series.
With this, TGD co-star Loisa Andalio stated that she did not know if the walkout scene really happened but for her, Angel Locsin wouldn’t do that because she is “sobrang mabait”.
JC de Vera was also asked to state his side regarding the alleged walkout since his name got involved.
JC’s side of the story
In a previous report, it was said that the walkout scene happened after he taped his scene with Angel.
During a recent press conference, JC said, “Alam ninyo, marami kaming tulog that time at nu’ng nangyari ‘yung time na ‘yon, lahat kami tulog. Then when we woke up, tapos na. Clueless kaming lahat. So kung tatanungin ninyo ako kung ano ang nangyari, hindi ko alam.”
He clarified that he was not the one who taped with Angel before the walkout happened.
JC also said that it was not really a “walkout” and the shoot was not packed up totally.
“Maraming scenes that day na puwedeng kunan kahit wala siya. So ‘yon, tulog po ako noon kahit itanong pa ninyo sa lahat ng tao sa set. Iisa lang ang sasabihin ng tao – tulog si JC,” he shared.
Based on the report from Pang-Masa, when JC woke up, everyone on the set was silent and for him, it is not something that he should interrogate.
JC said Angel Locsin sent a text message to everyone saying that she’s sorry of what happened and for the interruption it caused.
The actor replied to the TGD actress with, “Okay lang. I understand
For him, the pressure and difficulty of scenes that they are doing could justify why everyone on the set can get too emotional.
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