All’s well that ends well for Ruffa Gutierrez and Shaina Magdayao as the former shared that they have finally settled their silent spat recently. In an interview during their It Takes Gutz To Be A Gutierrez Season 2 event, Ruffa happily shared that their reconciliation took place recently when they saw each other at the gym.
"I can say na si Shaina, she made the first move. She said, ‘Hello’ and ako naman, ‘Hello!’ Ganun lang kasimple," she began. "Sabi niya, ‘Tapos na ‘yon, ha?' We just talked and I said, 'Tapos na.'”
Their spat was started when Ruffa was linked to Shaina's then boyfriend John Lloyd Cruz back in 2011. The incident involved Shaina calling Ruffa and supposedly telling her to leave her and John Lloyd "alone."
“For me, time heals all wounds. Hindi naman indirectly nag-away kami dahil sa lalaki, pero ganun na nga ang nangyari. Girls only fight about that, and because of outfits and inggitan," Ruffa explained.
The former beauty queen also emphasized that "Para sa amin, tapos na yung isyung ‘yon. We’re all happy where we are right now, that’s a past issue."
This reconciliation actually happened almost two months ago when Ruffa posted on her Instagram a group photo with her and Shaina while at the gym.
Her caption for the photo was: "Back at the #HouseOfPain with @cjaplyo2 & guess who I bump into? After all these years dito pa kami nagkita. ?? and just like that, all's well that ends well. Peace, Shaina! ???? #happyday.”
Ruffa couldn't be any more satisfied that they were finally able to bury the hatchet because “Kaysa naman yung naglalakad ka, naninigas yung leeg mo, hindi kayo nagpapansinan, medyo may awkwardness."
She even added, “I think, in God’s perfect time, hindi mo na kailangang pilitin ang isang bagay, nangyayari na lang naturally. It was the right thing to do because the guy is already part of our past.”
Although Shaina and Ruffa are both loveless as of the moment, the latter said that she hopes to find love during this second season of their family reality show.
"Well I think it's about time. I've been single for three and a half years and any girl wants to fall in love and any girl wants to share her experiences with an inspiration. You know siyempre naman kahit papano dapat may textmate tayo, may chatmate," she quipped.
According to Ruffa, more than getting married again and or having more kids, what's truly important for her is "'Yung may kasama ka sa buhay who will be there and hold your hand during your ups and downs."
She admitted, "'Yun ang nami-miss ko. Siyempre I'm a girl and I miss having that in my life. So, whether my mom likes it or not, hello, sayang naman ang beauty ko no? Ma-in love naman ako paminsan-minsan."
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