Kim Chiu, Maja Salvador kiss and make up

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

CEBUANA actress Kim Chiu and Maja Salvador reportedly made peace with each other.

In a recent Twitter post by Ogie Diaz, the showbiz writer/host revealed that the two ABS-CBN talents were able to talk and settle their differences.

Diaz wrote: "Yehey! Bati na pala sina @dprincessmaja at @prinsesachinita last week. Nagkita sila at nagkatsikahan na."


He added that Chui also crossed paths with her ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson, who is currently dating Salvador.

Diaz quoted Chui saying, "Sarap ng walang kaaway!"

Dreamscape and ABS-CBN AdProm executive Eric John Salut also hinted the reconciliation between two stars.

He tweeted: "Finally, they have reconciled. Thank you LORD. Bless them more Oh Lord."

Salut also uploaded a photo of Dreamscape head Deo Endrinal, Anderson and Chui's older sister, Lakam, taken at a private party.

In a prior interview with Chui, the Cebuana actress said she has moved on from past hurt and she is happy with where she is today.

She also did a photo/endorsement shoot with Anderson.

"Matagal na rin kaming hindi nagkita and sabi ko, siguro maturity na rin. Ang tanda na namin para mag-arte-artehan at kung ano pang gawin namin," she added.

Salvador, on her part, hinted the possible reconciliation a few weeks back.

"Magugulat na lang kayo. Isang taon na 'yun and tao din naman kaming lahat na pwede kaming magpatawad, pwede kaming mag-start ulit."

The rift between close friends Chui and Salvador started when the latter dating Anderson, the former's ex-boyfriend. (Sunnex)


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