Pia Guanio was able to interview Rhian Ramos for 24 Oras. Rhian talked about the controversial video of ex-boyfriend Mo Twister.
Last night, December 7, a sit-down interview by Pia Guanio to the beleaguered Rhian Ramos was aired on 24 Oras.
In the said interview, Rhian narrated how her friendship with Mo started 5 years ago when she was only 16 years old.
The Kapuso actress said that their friendship has developed into a romantic relationship because Mo was “nice, smart, and funny” and that the guy made her feel that she’s the most important in his life.
“He would often say on his radio show that I’m his crush, stuff like that. So, I was really flattered and I liked him,” she said.
Despite the fact that Rhian’s friends and relatives are not in favor of Mo to become her boyfriend because of their age gap and that the guy has a lovechild, Rhian pursued the relationship which she now regrets.
Rhian continued: “Later on, when we became boyfriend-girlfriend, many things changed…and I came to know him in a completely different way”
Rhian also said that she tried to break-up with Mo because their relationship has turned “unhealthy” but whenever she makes an attempt, she receives a threat from the host/dj.
“Every time that I would try to break up, he would get really mad, or he’ll threaten me.
“Uhm… I think the most painful time was when he outright told me that ‘I promise to take everything you love away from you.’
“Yun ba yung love? Tatakutin ka ng tao? Ite-threaten ka? Sisirain ka?
“Para ano? Para sa kanya ka lang?,” she said.
Pia later asked Rhian about her reaction after seeing the controversial “RepairedMovie” video diary of Mo Twister.
Rhian replied, “I was very shocked and…very hurt. I could not believe what I was seeing.
“I could not believe that he would say those things about me, and make a video saying things like that about me.”
And because of the pain caused by Mo’s video, Rhian decided to leave showbiz temporarily.
“For now I just ask if I could rest for a little bit. I just needed some time…away…to spend with my family.”
“My network GMA has been good to me. They always stood by me,” she said.