Anne Curtis stays positive amid controversy-A A +A
Thursday, December 12, 2013
YOUNG actress Jasmine Curtis-Smith said her big sister, "It's Showtime" host Anne Curtis, is moving on from the recent shouting and slapping incident at a luxury bar in Taguig City.
Sun.Star and other entertainment media caught up with Jasmine on Wednesday evening after she signed a fresh three-year exclusive contract with her mother network TV5.
Jasmine said her sister is being professional and is currently in Abu Dhabi for the Middle East leg of her "Annebisyosa" concert.
"She's moving on from what happened and she's just trying to stay positive amidst all what is happening," Jasmine said.
Jasmine admitted that Anne is affected by the incident. Jasmine makes sure to spend some quality time with her older sibling and said simple actions makes Anne happy.
"Ayaw na niyang palakihin pa yung issue. Even I, ayoko na to make issue bigger than what it is because I wasn't there. Hindi ko naman alam yung details. I cannot comment on anything and share my opinion kasi sa amin na yun ni Ate," she said.
Jasmine clarified she's not well-versed on the ruckus involving her sister, Circuit editor and publisher JR Isaac, Leah De Guzman, Phoemela Baranda and John Lloyd Cruz at a luxury club last month.
She said Anne remained tight lipped about it because things have been settled hours after the incident.
When asked if they felt betrayed that the issue went out when Isaac claimed that her sister apologized hours later, Jasmine responded:
"I leave that for the public to wonder about. Kasi kami ni Ate okay na kami and ayaw na namin palakihin pa siya dahil natapos na. It's just time to let it go na."
As for herself, Jasmine said it doesn't make her more conscious on her behavior when in public but it's definitely a lesson learned for everyone.
"I know how to go about things. Hindi naman kasi porket celebrity ka, kailangan you behave a certain way but you have to know your limits din naman. It's a lesson learned for everyone not just for my Ate, but for all the people involved and hearing about it." (Sunnex)