Karylle won't take any action yet over 'nip slip' issue

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Apr 15 2010 02:59 PM | Updated as of Apr 15 2010 11:11 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Singer Karylle is not yet taking any action against  tabloid newspapers that published an altered photo of her “nip slip.”

In an interview during the launching of her latest endorsement, “Blue Water Day Spa,” at Eastwood City, Karylle said she would rather not think about the issue right now as this might ruin her “good summer.”

"Hindi ko pa kasi siya naiisip masyado... This is going to be a really good summer and I don't want to ruin it by getting into it right now," said Karylle.

The “Magkano ang Iyong Dangal” star is also set to go back to Boracay Island, where the incident occurred, for an endorsement job.

This time, she said, she will be “more careful” with what she wears.

Karylle has admitted that “there was an accident” while she was performing on stage along with Yeng Constantino, Arnel Pineda and Vina Morales during the Boracay episode of musical variety show “ASAP XV” last March 21.

She, however, clarified that contrary to what was published in tabloids and posted online it was a “very minor” incident.

The controversial photo showed Karylle with one of her breasts exposed. In her interview with The Philippine Star, Karylle maintained that the photo was doctored.

"Na-excite ako when I sang with Arnel Pineda. Kasi first time ko to sing with him. So, masyadong lost in the moment. So it just moved a bit kasi talon ako ng talon dahil masyado akong na-excite. ‘Yong sa [tabloids] masyadong corny for them kasi kailangan nilang i-exaggerate," she said.

The singer said she feels blessed that she has a very loving family and friends.

Karylle, daughter of Divine Diva Zsa Zsa Padilla, admitted that her mom was “very hurt” because of the issue.

"Hindi naman galit na galit but she’s very hurt. I think that would be the word. Siyempre, parang sometimes she's trying to understand why people would do such thing," said Karylle.

Karylle was with her mom, also a host of "ASAP XV," in Boracay when the incident happened.