Saturday, May 04, 2013

The Barretto Battle Continues...

Mrs. Inday Barretto Slams Mother Lily Monteverdo, Robbie Tan and Tanya Montenegro for Depending Gretchen Barretto

The battle of words never stops for the Barretto clan. Here is Mommy Inday's answers to her daughter's defenders.

To Tanya, you say you respect me. Please don’t — keep it— you need that for yourself. I don’t need respect from someone like you. I have plenty of it from where I come from. 
"I know who you are, what you are, but you shocked the world at how you could face the camera so professionally comfortable in lying to tell a story of more than 30 years ago as if you were there when it happened, as if you were part and parcel of our household when not even our cats and dogs know you — tsk, tsk, tsk! — lying to the hilt without batting an eyelash. Unless you were coached to read a prepared story. 
"No. 1: No, Tanya, it is never true that Gretchen’s tuition was not paid. School is top priority of our payables. 
"No. 2: No money for recess and lunch? I don’t even want to dignify you on that since you are not a dignified one.
"No. 3: So you saw Gretchen with a bruise of black and blue? Do you want to insinuate that we did that to her? We have no history of violence. Don’t be dramatic. People might ask you to convince them some more and all these events of 30 years ago, huh?" 
 To Mother Lily: Yes, Mother Dearest, it is true that I was the one who used to pick up Gretchen’s checks because she was a minor, remember? But it is not true what you said that you know that not a cent went to her. 
"The cents went to pay for, 1) car, 2) driver, 3) yaya, 4) gasoline, 5) food, 6) clothes, 7) and others (kulang pa). 
"I hope you understand being a mother, too. And by the way, we still have the contract we signed with you." 
 To Robbie Tan: Thank you, Robbie, for having given Gretchen more work because you thought she needed money for the family. But for your information and correction, at age 18 she was no longer with us because she was already living-in with Joey Loyzaga and our family was already in Iloilo. We did not use her money, period, same way you made good business from the projects you made for her. More power to you."


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