What Is Going On With The Barretto Clan?

What Is Going On With The Barretto Clan?

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From the latest scandal between Julia Barretto and Bea Alonzo along with Marjorie and Gretchen dipping in (the latter, comically changing her Instagram bio to “Ghostbuster”) the interweb is just sitting with gripping excitement on what’s next for the showbiz family.

Well, the time has come as the Barretto sisters are still at it – slamming each other on social media with even their children taking part in the feud. During their father’s wake last week, where even President Duterte allegedly advised them to stop fighting – Claudine Baretto (because of their constant arguments ended up being hospitalized).

After that, Claudine took to Instagram and said “Are you proud of who you have become?” to this Marjorie posted a long statement: “Don’t be fooled by the statements of my sisters.” And finally, La Greta fights back by sharing a video of their fight.

Check out their Instagram posts below!

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Exactly one week ago today, we were celebrating my Dad’s 82nd birthday over lunch in my house. Right after the blowing of the candles on his cake, he took a nap and fell very ill. My siblings and I rushed him to the nearest hospital, i could say it say it was the scariest time for us all. After that day, its been a series of ambulance transfer, family meetings, non stop praying, and big family gatherings at the ICU waiting area. All throughout this ordeal, a lot of love and support has been shown to us, most especially to our wonderful Dad.Im just feeling sad today, realizing its been a week, and I guess we are all emotionally and physically tired, but our faith, hope and unity as a family is stronger than ever. May I kindly ask for more prayers for our Dad. That he gets better soon. And that God willing, we get to spend more birthdays with him❤️🙏🏻❤️

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So whose side are you on? And is there even a point to all this? But all the same, we are living for the tea!

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