Julia Barretto on family feud: It’s gonna be okay

Looking glamorous is effortless for the very pretty Julia Barretto. " her Instagram post says.Star Magic newbie actress prefers to remain positive despite the controversy hounding her family.

“I’m gonna be the one to help them. It’s gonna be okay,” Julia said in an interview on TV Patrol on Wednesday, May 8.

Julia’s aunts Gretchen and Claudine reportedly don’t see eye to eye due to an exchange of negative messages online. Julia’s grandmother Inday, aunt Gia and uncle Joaquin also got involved in the fray.

Read related story: Inside the Barretto family feud

The latest scandal involves Julia’s  mother Marjorie, whose half-naked photos were posted online.

More: Marjorie Barretto to sue blogger behind half-naked photo

Super strong

“My mother is super strong. I admire her strength. We all know naman the truth. Wala, malalagpasan iyon”, Julia defended Marjorie.
Julia Barretto poses with her mother, Marjorie Barretto (Photo from Julia's Instagram account)
In the same interview, Julia’s sister Dani shared that they are giving full support to Marjorie.

“Nung nakita, sobrang ‘whoah.’ Sino bang makakagawa noon sa Mommy ko? She talked to us. We just hugged her and we said, ‘Mom, we’re gonna get through this,’” Dani said.
Here's Julia sharing
As for the family feud which reportedly stemmed from her entry in showbiz, Julia says, “I wasn’t even aware of that, pero hindi ko maysado tini-take in iyon.”

More: Gretchen on family feud: Hindi dapat isapubliko

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