This is the controversial moment when Julia Barretto expressed her famous “well-raised” line.

JULIA BARRETTO – Netizens are being sarcastic about the previous “well-raised” line of Julia Barretto, and in a throwback, this is the moment when she said this famous statement.

During interviews a couple of years ago, Kapamilya stars Julia Barretto and Gerald Anderson were firm in denying that something is going on in between them. However, just recently, after the controversies about them died down a bit, they became open and confirmed that they are officially a couple.

(See: Bea Alonzo-Gerald Anderson Breakup)

Following their confirmation, they were spotted publicly together and Julia even had this kissing photo posted on Instagram to greet her “love” on his 32nd birthday. The caption read that she always celebrates him but on the day he was born, she’s “extra grateful”.

After their relationship announcement, Gerald’s ex-girlfriend, Bea Alonzo, posted something intriguing which talked about time as a “truth-teller”. Many people expressed their comments and shared views about these issues and some have even recalled the “well-raised children” of Julia before and mocked it.

To recall, it was amid the height of Marjorie Barretto and Gretchen Barretto’s feud that she shared an encouraging statement for her mother. The sentence told, “They are trying to destroy you , because you live a good life with 5 successful well raised children, a family that love you so much, a peaceful quiet life.”

See below:

Julia Barretto
Photo grabbed on IG

Meanwhile, in a previous article, Dennis Padilla, father of Julia, has this message for her boyfriend who apparently turned out to be the actor: “Kung mahal mo naman iyung daughter ko, alagaan mo na lang siya. Huwag mo lang sasaktan. Saka huwag mo lang lolokohin para mas masaya ang buhay.”


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