Marjorie Barretto Breaks Silence on “Sapakin si Inday” Video

Here’s the statement of Marjorie Barretto on the controversial “sapakain si Inday” video

Former actress Marjorie Barretto was caught on video saying her threat to hit a person she called “Inday” and many concluded that she was referring to her Mommy Inday Barretto.

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Gretchen Barretto first shared the video on her Instagram story and a showbiz fan account reposted it. This garnered various reactions from netizens as they easily thought that Marjorie was attacking the Barretto matriarch.

With this, Claudine Barretto lambasted her older sister for saying that statement in the video which the latter apparently did not know it existed. The youngest among the Barretto sisters even compared her sister’s statement in an interview about their mom to what she was saying in the controversial video. Marjorie was heard saying, “Super drama to death si ano, si Inday. Baka masapak ko.”

In line with the allegations against her, Marjorie Barretto broke her silence. According to a report from GMA Entertainment, the former actress clarified that she was not talking about their mother. She also stressed out that she and her mom are in good terms and addressed the public to focus on more important issues now rather than to pay so much attention in the Barretto family feud.

Marjorie also said that she does not want to get involved in “their” dirty tricks. The forrmer actress also addressed the person who took the video without her consent . However, when asked who was “Inday”, she refused to reveal the identity of the person who she wanted to “sapakin”, based on the report.

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Photo courtesy of @marjbarretto IG

Here is the full statement of Marjorie Barretto:

“I don’t refer to My Mom as ‘Inday.’ We call her Mom or Mommy. Hindi po ang Mommy ko ang pinag-uusapan namin dito. And hindi sinasapak ang 82-year-old Mother. My Mom is one TOUGH WOMAN, none of us can ever overpower her.

Let this be known to all that My Mom and I are on good terms. There are far more important matters happening in this country like earthquakes. Enough of the Barretto family problems. I don’t want to take part anymore in their dirty tricks, tactics, and cyberbullying.

In the meantime, I hope those who took those videos and continue to spread them online are aware of Republic Act 4200. Ayon po sa batas, it is clearly illegal to record someone (audio and video) without their consent. Siguro po dapat kumuha muna sila ng magaling na legal advice bago nila inilalabas ito maliciously and out of its real context.”

Marjorie’s statement during a phone interview with

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