Mari Jasmine, the former girlfriend of Kapamilya actor Sam Milby, is presently having an affair with the butch director Samantha Lee. She is a model-TV host, who is presently hooked with the lesbian director and is, concomitantly, enormously proud for being a part of LGBTQIA.
“Pride is about celebrating love,” she asseverated, “equality, and owning your truth.
“So here’s mine: in the little time I’ve spent on this earth, I’ve had the privilege of being in love with both men and women.
“Filipinos are known to be some of the most loving people on earth.
“As a foreigner arriving in Manila over 5 years ago, I can attest to this – I’ve been accepted and treated with love and compassion from day one.”
Surprisingly, she seems to be passionate in love with her new lover and she dreams of the day when everything would be legal and she can openly hold her lover’s hand without any violent reaction from the great majority.
“My dream is to live in a world where I feel safe walking down the street holding my girlfriend’s hand,” she confessed. “A world where I have the same fundamental human rights that I would be entitled to if I were in a straight, heteronormative relationship.”
Together with their mutual friends, they attended the pride month celebration at the Marikina Sports Center last June 30.
“To those who don’t have any friends or family in the LGBTQIA+ community, I implore you to reach out and start learning.
“We are often only afraid of the things we don’t know or understand.
To reach equality, we need our allies to be as passionate and vocal about our rights as we are.”
Anyway, some of the personalities who expressed their love for Mari included Bianca Gonzalez and Kim Jones.
Ano naman kaya ang masasabi rito ni Sam Milby? Imagine, pinagpalit siya sa isang lesbo?
Isn’t that somewhat ego-deflating boys? Hahahahahahahahahahaha!
Anyway, Mari Jasmine and debonair Sam Milby started their love affair sometime in the latter part of 2015, but it was barely a year after that they come to admit that they were in a relationship.
– DAPAT LANG! ni PETE G. AMPOLOQUIO, JR.