'Pastillas Girl' reunites with ex-BF a la 'My Ex and Whys'

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Feb 27 2017 08:47 PM

Angelica Jane Yap and Enzo Gallegos. Photo from Gallegos' Facebook page

MANILA - Angelica Jane Yap, whose hugot-filled video about making sweets earned her the monicker "Pastillas Girl," has reunited with the man she was talking about in her video - her ex-boyfriend, Enzo Gallegos.

In a lengthy Facebook post on Monday, Gallegos recalled how he was reunited with Yap two years since they last saw each other when he guested on noontime show "It's Showtime" to apologize to her.

"It's been two years since we've been together. And then I saw you again. You said 'Hi!' and then you smiled. And I know in that moment, I need to have another chance with you. And then it all came back. The old us. And now, the new you," Gallegos wrote.

He also shared how much he missed Yap, saying talking until the wee hours of the morning is not enough to make up for their time apart.

"Ang daming nang nangyari. We stayed up late talking about how we've been through this past few years. Sometimes parang ayaw ko na matapos yung usap natin. Hanggang sa nasundan na ng nasundan tapos eto na tayo ulit, still catching up. Sobrang bilis ng oras ko tuwing kasama kita kaya siguro bitin na bitin ako pag kasama kita and kapag kausap ka. Sorry kung inuumaga tayo when we see each other lol haha. TBH namiss lang kita. Until now, namimiss pa din kita," Gallegos wrote.

Gallegos, likewise, made a reference to the hit movie "My Ex and Whys" when he said Yap is irreplaceable. 

"Yeah it's like 'My Ex and Whys' pero no, hindi ka kapalit-palit. You're beautiful. Ikaw lang."

He also said he is willing to face the consequences of his actions just so he can get another chance with Yap.

"People will judge me from time to time and I don't care at all. Ang importante sakin ngayon, ikaw at mapasaya ka at mapalitan lahat ng memories natin ng masasaya. Uulitin ko, I love you and this time I mean it. I really really love you that you're giving me so much happiness in my life."

A photo of the poster of the Liza Soberano-Enrique Gil film accompanied Gallegos' post.

Yap also shared Gallegos' post on her Facebook page, with only a series of crying emojis as caption.