Iza Confronts Jodi In The Hit Series ‘Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’

Iza Confronts Jodi In The Hit Series ‘Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’

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Tension arose in the ABS-CBN’s hit series “Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin” as Ellice (Iza Calzado) confronted Marissa (Jodi Sta. Maria) about the changes that happened in her company.

Ellice was angered by how the board members of her company, Cenidoza Pearls allowed her best friend to interfere with running the company. It did not sit well with her that they have become open to getting Marissa as one of the shareholders in the company.

Triggered by the turn of events, she confronted Marissa and questioned her desire to be a shareholder and investor in the company.

Marissa, on the other hand, did not back down as she insisted that there was nothing wrong with becoming an investor. But Ellice insisted that her company is not for sale and that she has no room for Marissa in her business.

After what had happened, Marissa decided to resign and leave the company.

How will Ellice deal with the new problems her company is facing? Where will her insecurities and doubts about Marissa and her husband lead her to?

Viewers can catch “Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin” weeknights on Kapamilya Online Live, Kapamilya Channel at 8:40 PM, and on iWantTFC. Just download the app on Google Play or App Store, or visit iWantTFC.com.

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