NAG-POST ang actress na si Aiko Melendez sa kanyang Instagram wall ng picture ni Kapuso Primetime Queen Marian Rivera bilang pagbati sa 34th birthday ni Marian, nitong Linggo.
“Happy birthday sa isa sa pinakamagandang mukha na nakita ko with or without make up @marianrivera. Marami ang di nakakaalam na silent supporter ako ni Marian, nagsimula ang paghanga ko sa kanya one Sunday afternoon while watching her interview. Nakatapos ng pag-aaral sa La Salle Dasmarinas, napakait na provider and she lived with her grandmother, who became her guardian and the one who helped Marian grow up to be the respected woman she is now.
“Then another Sunday afternoon I saw Marian at Mesa Restaurant, she went to our table to say hello. At that time I was with direk @direklouieignacio. It was a bried encounter, she was just smiling the whole time, and I was just looking at her, because I couldn’t believe that at this age of mine ma-starstuck pa ako, pero di ko pinahalata un ahhhaha! Ayan secret revealed. Cut 2 uuwi na kami I asked for the bill, waiter told me it was already settled.. Nashock ako kasi simple gesture like that wow d ba? And di naman kelangan mag-impress sa akin di ba?
And one time I posted a picture na I got into an accident, to my surprise she messaged me sa IG direct asking, ate are you ok? Pls get well soon… D ba so ayan kaya sabi ko sa sarili ko, winner ang tao na to, napakatotoo…
“Kaya I want to greet you a happy happy birthday Marian. Sa mundo natin iilan na lang tao ang totoo mali man sa iba ang masyadong totoo, pero sa akin Id rather be disappointed with truth, than be satisfied with a lie. Im praying that one day I get to work with you, that’s actually a dream for me… Wala namang impossible and for now ipagdadasal ko yan hanggang magkatotoo! Enjoy your day Ganda! Continue to be a good wife, and mother to Letizia. God bless you more and more. Ang dami pa nating exchange of msgs! Bast mabuti ka na tao.”
Sinagot naman ito ni Marian ng: “Ateee maraming salamat hindi matatawaran ng kahit ano ang pagmamahal na yan. Payakap!” – Nora V. Calderon