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RJ Padilla Apologizes To Daughter On Birthday Due To This Reason

Actor RJ Padilla has this message for daughter in her birthday.

RJ PADILLA – Actor and famous personality RJ Padilla apologized to his daughter who is celebrating her birthday today due to this reason.

Rommel Padilla and Annabelle Antonio son is RJ Padilla. The Padilla clan is among the most prominent and most influential families in the country. Actor Daniel Padilla is his half brother and he has two other siblings Matt and Roanna.

He is married to Rosalie Abdelsayed with whom he had a daughter with Raniaah Amira. His little girl turned 7 years old and in his greeting for her, he apologized to his daughter for not being present during her special day.

In his post, he wrote, “I’ve been down lately cause i feel so bad i didn’t get a chance to go there and celebrate it with you.. im sorry raniaah.. i know i promised you i will be there on your birthday but sadly i didn’t get a chance.”

He is apologetic as he promised his daughter to be there during her birthday but she wasn’t able to make it. He assured of not giving up on them and he is trying his best to live a good life for them. Padilla added, “I may be in a tough road right now but i know in the end of the road we will be together again!”

Check out the post below:

As an actor, RJ starred in 2014 film Sa Ngalan ng Ama, Ina at Mga Anak, La Visa Loca, Bubble Gang, and Apoy Sa Dagat in 2013.

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