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'Tell them who cheated first:' Aljur Abrenica breaks silence and urges Kylie Padilla to 'tell the truth'

By SAAB LARIOSA Published Oct 19, 2021 8:30 pm

Aljur Abrenica just dropped a bombshell after publicly telling his ex, Kylie Padilla, to "tell the truth" of their separation.

In a Facebook status, the actor broke his silence on the allegations that infidelity on his end caused their marital problems.

"Kylie please tell them the truth," he begins.

"Don’t hide and disguise your comments, statements for your self-gain. Tell them who cheated first. Tell them who wrecked our family. Tell them why I gave up on you, not on our family."

He explained that he kept his silence because of an "agreement" between the former couple. He also cited the instance wherein Kylie's father, Robin Padilla, first accused Abrenica of having a third party which led to their split.

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Addressing Kylie once more, Aljur said: "When your dad opened to the public his one-sided story. I maintained my silence because of our agreement. But now that people who support us still throw accusations and reading [your] statements it breaks my heart that you can sit still despite of the truth. Tell them who cheated first. Tell them who are you with right now. Have the courage to settle this."

He concludes with: "Tell your dad the truth. If not for them do it for our children. After so many years will you allow our children let them believe this story that you and dad left for me?"

Kylie and Aljur share two sons, Alas and Axl. As of writing, Kylie has yet to respond to the post.

Meanwhile, Aljur's post comes after the confirmation that he is courting actress AJ Raval.

Kylie has sent her well-wishes to the budding couple: "Alam niyo, gusto ko lang maging masaya siya sa buhay niya. Kasi, siya pa rin ang tatay ng mga anak ko."

"Kahati ko siya sa pagpapalaki sa kanila. And kung nararamdaman ng mga anak ko na hindi masaya 'yung tatay nila, aba, hindi ko gusto 'yun."