Robi Domingo gives advice to Sam Concepcion


Posted at Apr 12 2014 04:15 PM | Updated as of Apr 13 2014 04:12 AM

Sam Concepcion and Robi Domingo. (Composite Photo)

MANILA -- "Biggest Loser" host Robi Domingo has an advice for his friend Sam Concepcion who was rumored to have a confrontation with Anne Curtis, the elder sister of his rumored girlfriend Jasmine-Curtis Smith.

In an interview with reporters last Thursday, Concepcion confirmed that Anne talked to him during comedian Vice Ganda's birthday party last March 31.

"We did see each other and we did talk," Concepcion said. "Of course, I understand where she's coming from. I understand what she's saying. I understand that... kasi katulad din, gano'n, if I had a little sister, siyempre I will look out for my sister. Siyempre all of that has valid reasons."

Speaking with ABS-CBN entertainment news site Push, the "Biggest Loser" host said he was already aware of the rumored confrontation between Concepcion and the elder Curtis when he came home from Cambodia.

"I just came home from Cambodia and people were telling me na, 'your friend Sam Concepcion ganito nangyari sa kanya sa party,'" he said. "The thing is, I’m not in the position to comment on that one, I don’t know what happened really. If I was there, I will tell you my thoughts about it."

Domingo added that he had already talked to his friend about the rumors and already gave him an advice.

"Sabi ko sa kanya just let it go, and if you really love the person, then just... you know, be silent about it? Not naman silent, I guess. But just be firm about your decisions," he said.

In an interview with the Philippine Entertainment Portal (PEP), Jasmine said that she has already talked to her sister and to Sam about the alleged confrontation.

She said both parties were very open and honest with her.

Meanwhile, on her Instagram account, Anne admitted talking to Concepcion during Vice's birthday party, but denied the reported confrontation.

"Of course I spoke to Sam that night and as always, I told him to take care of my baby sister like any ate would do," Curtis said in the caption of a photo.