Morissette’s apology comes after an incident where she walked out of a concert moments before her turn to perform on stage.
Jobert Sucaldito shared on Facebook an apology letter from Morisette Amon following an incident where the latter allegedly walked out of the Music Museum a few moments before her performance.
The “Akin Ka Na Lang” hitmaker said she takes full responsibility of the the dilemma she has brought upon producer Sucaldito and singer Kiel Alo.
“To Tito Jobert, and Kiel Alo who was celebrating his birthday concert at the Music Musuem that night, what I’ve done was out of character but I still do take full responsibility,” she wrote.
The Asia’s Phoenix also issued an apology to those who attended the show including ABS-CBN reporter Mario Dumaual.
“I guess I was also triggered by the surprise interview minutes before performing, regarding the issues between me and my family. This private matter is something I purposely did not want to openly share for fear that healing might not prosper between us.. The moment got the best of me, and it wasn’t fair to those who expected me to come out onstage as one of the concert’s guests that evening. I also want to apologize to Sir Mario Dumaual who, I was told, felt bad about the situation. I understand completely that he was only doing his job and values it as much as I do mine,” she continued.
She also asked for prayers from fans for her healing as well as those around her.
“Pls pray for me as I journey towards healing, my family’s, and the people around me. I am overwhelmed though by those who reached out to me with love and support, not just these past couple of days but earlier on this year, during this particularly painful season of my life. I appreciate all of you,” she stated.
Addressing those who are concerned about her mental health, she wrote: “I also want to bring to light the concern of many towards my emotional and spiritual well-being.. As best as I can, I strive to achieve a sense of balance and stability.. I feel for all those who are going through the same thing and just want to remind you, as I have been reminded, that we are not alone. As Christmas is fast approaching, I am also reminded by the coming of our Lord and I am grateful for His love, kindness, forgiveness, and guiding hand in my life. Wishing you all and your families a happy blessed Christmas,” she ended her post.
Sucaldito, for his part, extended his prayers to Morissette and thanked her for “acknowledging” the incident.
“With this Morissette, anak pa rin kita. I am praying that after this, everything will be okay for you healthwise, mentally and emotionally. Hindi ako marunong magtanim ng galit sa mga taong umaamin ng pagkukulang nila - that doesn't make them less of human beings. Kaya thank you for acknowledging and let's move forward for a better tomorrow. God bless you anak,” Sucaldito wrote.