Kris Aquino’s relationship with ex-husband James Yap has always been an open book. After their failed marriage, Kris has always been honest in admitting that she is not in good terms with former husband James.
On August 14, a new gastropub named District 8 had its soft opening with Vice Ganda and James Yap as among its co-owners. After finding out that her friend Vice had a business venture with James, Kris opened up about the status of her friendship with the comedian.
In an interview, Kris said she has no intentions in going to the bar.
“Well, of course, I’m never going to that bar. Hahaha! I’ll be honest, di ba? Number one, hindi naman ako nagba-bar.
Secondly, parang ang weird naman kung pumunta ako dun.”
She said that despite the fact that Vice had engaged into a business venture with James, it would definitely not affect their friendship. In fact, she added that Vice had called her regarding their business and dealing with James will never affect the good memories that she and Vice had shared together.
“Alam mo kasi, mahaba rin naman talaga yung pinagsamahan namin n Vice. I don’t think naman na that partnership there will define also the good memories that we have. I mean, hindi yun ang tuldok… Because he has been really good to me. That one business deal should not erase all the good things that he has done for me and for Bimb.”
Kris added that despite being neighbors, she was not able to spend much time with Vice because of their busy schedules.
Vice Ganda and Kris Aquino had been co-stars in the movie, “Sisterakas” with Ai-Ai delas Alas, Kathryn Bernando, Daniel Padilla and Xyriel Manabat as Star Cinema and Viva Films’ entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival in 2012. Since then, the two became good friends.