Vina Morales hurting over Shaina sex rumor

Posted at 09/21/2010 1:59 PM | Updated as of 09/21/2010 4:37 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Actress-singer Vina Morales has broken her silence on the nasty rumor involving her younger sister, Shaina Magdayao.

Magdayao and her real-life sweetheart, John Lloyd Cruz, were rumored to be rushed to a hospital after they got “stuck” while having sex. Magdayao's camp already denied the rumor, calling it outrageous and cheap.

In an interview with ABS-CBN North America News Bureau, Morales said her family got hurt after the rumor came out and spread.

“Okay lang sana kung isang beses, pangalawang beses, pero alam mo ‘yong tuloy tuloy. Wala namang katotohanan, Tsaka nakakadiri! You know what if this will continue, if we need to take legal action, we will do that," Magdayao said.

Amid all the controversies her younger sister is facing, Morales said she and her family will continue to protect, support and love her.

“Mabuting kapatid si Shaina at masipag at mapagmahal sa pamilya and fans niya mapagmahal siya. Kaya naiinis lang ako tuwing may naririnig lang akong ganyan. I really (care) for her but since ganito ang trabaho namin kailangan matigas ang puso mo at kailangan siyang maging matatag," Morales said.

Back to singing

After playing the role of Mercedes, Agua Bendita's mother in ABS-CBN's defunct hit series of the same title, actress-singer Vina Morales is visible again in the concert scene.

Morales, together with the Boyfriends band, jammed inside the Crown Theater at the Rio Hotel and Casino where the singer-actress’s Southern Nevada fans were treated to a Sunday of music and fun.

“We took off from work just to come here and watch," said concertgoer Alma Soria.

Morales was also excited to perform in the US. “I was really excited to be here. When I saw the stage and the theater, ang ganda ng Crown Theater. Mayroon pang hydraulics. Mas nakakaganang mag-perform."

Morales will take the road for a series of concerts in the US together with the Boyfriends band.

Their next stop will be the Atlantic City, New Jersey, Anaheim and Reno.