Anne Curtis got emotional when she performed "Titunium" during her "AnneKapa
l" concert last Friday. A teary-eyed Anne relayed during the opening spiel of her performance that she could relate to the message of the song.
"I think the reason why I want to sing this is because I love the lyrics. It best represents kung anong gusto kong sabihin sa mga tao na may nasasabi
," she said.
She also thanked her supporters who remain steadfast in supporting her amid the recent controversies that involved her name. "Pero more than anything, I want to thank everyone na nandito tonight. Because you know, I had my ups and downs, I had my lessons learned but you guys stick with me though thick and thin. So maraming salamat sa inyo. Thanks guys for keeping the faith," she added before belting out the song popularized by DJ David Guetta and singer Sia.
Anne couldn't hold back her tears as she started singing, "You shout it out, but I can't hear a word you say. I'm criticized but all your bullets ricocchet." The actress received a resounding applause from the audience as she sang her heart out while trying to control her tears and emotions.
Anne was embroiled in major controversies the past few months.
In November, a drunk Anne reportedly slapped John Lloyd Cruz and two others at a bar in the Fort, Taguig. The actress received major backlash online. Anne took to Twitter to admit her mistakes and apologized. “I choose to do this right away because I've always been an open book & I don't like to hide anything. For those who have read about the issue, yes, most of it is true. I admit to that & I have apologized to all parties included immediately," she said.
Just this April, Anne was again reportedly involved in a bar incident when she reportedly confronted Sam Concepcion during Vice Ganda's party. Anne reportedly shouted to Sam, “You’re not even classy enough to be here!” Anne denied the issue and announced on her Instagram account that it was not true.
Recently, rumors spread that she broke-up with her boyfriend Erwan Heussaff. “I think whoever started that, nice try on making negative publicity but it’s not true," she clarified during in an interview after her concert last Friday.