Iwa Makes A Jab At Jodi

MANILA, Philippines-Iwa Moto has again taken a swipe at Jodi Sta. Maria, the estranged wife of the former's current boyfriend, Panfilo ''Pampi'' Lacson, Jr.

''Ok, sige, mukha kang nagger or what, so mukha siyang mabait dahil hindi siya nagsasalita pero alam mo 'yun, nasa feelings mo naman 'yun eh at lahat ng tao, lahat ng baho natin, lalabas at lalabas rin eh,'' she said in an interview aired on ''TV Patrol.''

Though Iwa was not caught on cam directly pertaining to Jodi, the report said that Iwa apparently insisted it was Jodi, not Pampi, who had a ''third party'' when the estranged couple broke up.

Recall that a few months ago, rumors broke that Iwa was the third wheel in Jodi and Pampi's relationship---something Iwa had denied.

Asked if she is aware that people think she's just trying to make noise or seek attention with her statements, Iwa said:

''Ayaw kong magpaapekto sa mga sinasabi ng ibang tao, kilala ko sarili ko eh. Hindi ako yung tipo ng tao na kailangan kong manira ng ibang tao para may mapuntahan ako.''

The report ended by stating that Iwa is happy and ''content'' with Pampi.

Jodi has yet to issue a statement on Iwa's latest charge, not even to the ones the latter had made about her prior to this one.

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