Jake Cuenca Trying To Get Back Together With Chanel Olive ThomasAfter Jake Cuenca spent a month in New York City to take a short course in acting, news about his breakup with model-girlfriend Chanel Olive Thomas came out.
Jake even posted on his Twitter that he is single again. Some said his stay in NYC caused their breakup, but Jake is refusing to divulge the true reasons.
All relationships have obstacles, Jake said, adding that theirs is not perfect as well. They are trying to work things out, however, and he is simply hoping for the best.
Whatever their problems are, he wants to keep it to himself, he said. That's one of the reasons why he loves and enjoys their relationship--it's not showbiz at all. They kept the relationship to themselves.
It is possible for them to get back together. Actually, Jake will be taking her to the airport for Chanel's trip to Cambodia. Reports said Chanel is closes to Jake's family. He confirmed this.
After they broke up, they started talking again and agreed to work things out. He's thankful because Chanel is very patient with him even though he's very hard to understand.
"Mahirap akong intindihin especially when I’m in all this whole acting." He appreciates all the love and patience Chanel has given him. Hopefully, he can give it back to her one day.
He also asked for people to give them space and let them work things out in their own time.
Meanwhile, Congress is planning to honor Jake for his win as Best Actor at the International Film Festival Manhattan (IFFM). He won for his role in the indie film "Mulat."
The film's director, Diane Ventura, also won as Best Director Global.
According to House Resolution 1681, Rep. Eric Olivarez of the First District of Paranaque City proposed to honor Jake for his recent win.
In the resolution, the congressman said Jake started his acting career at the age of nine, and yet he still continues to hone his skills through a special acting workshop in New York.
"It is fitting to say that a congressional commendation and congratulations be extended to Cuenca as our humble and sincere acknowledgement for bringing pride and honor to our country.