Korics (Daniel Padilla) and Q (Kathryn Bernardo) discover more about their parents’ deep, dark secrets on the ninth episode of “The House Arrest of Us”!
It seems like Korics and Q are more connected than they know. Apparently, Q’s mom Zenaida (Ruffa Gutierrez) and Korics’ dad Papawan (Gardo Versoza) knew each other from way back, and they shared quite a “history”.
Because of this shocking revelation, Yaya Marie (Alora Sasam) suspected that Korics might be Zenaida’s child with Papawan, so he and Q might be siblings! She searched around the house for clues that may prove her suspicion, and found a mysterious old box with the initials “RDG” engraved on it.
Meanwhile, Korics and Q were planning to elope. While they were on their way out, they passed by Zenaida and Papawan talking about a “secret”. When they pressed them about it, Papawan finally admitted the truth—that he was a bold star.
The box that Yaya Marie found contained sexy photos of Papawan, whose real name is Rudy de Guzman, hence RDG. Back in the early ‘90s, Papawan said he flew to Japan, but the whole time, he was in the Philippines working as a sexy actor for bomba films.
And his connection to Zenaida? Zenaida was the president of his fans club called Rudy’s Cakes, and they had a one night stand! But their one night affair happened in 1992, and Q was born in 1994, so Q and Korics are definitely not siblings! Whew. Kinabahan kami doon!
Later during the night, Q was once again seen packing her bags, and Korics was outside waiting by the car. Matutuloy na ba ang pagtatanan? 😮
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