Awra Briguela, inamin na humarap sa malaking pagsubok matapos siyang mapaaway noon sa club

Awra Briguela admitted that he was at fault for the commotion in Makati City on June 29, 2023, which almost ended his career as an actor.

In an interview with Vice Ganda, Awra said he was lost during those times and went to clubs daily to cope with his problems.

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“Noong nangyari ‘yun, hindi ko inexpect kasi YOLO [you only live once] ako n’un. I party almost every day. Sumobra talaga. Super gimikera, I just want to have fun and [kalimutan] ang mga problema. In short, tinatakbuhan ko ang problems ko. Hindi ko siya hinaharap. Noong nangyari siya sa’kin, hindi ako makapaniwala,” he stated.

According to him, compared to before, he’s now better.

“I’m okay. I’m getting better, and I’m getting stronger,” he said.

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He also shared how the incident affected him.

“Ako ‘yung taong na hindi kayang magpakita ng weakness ko sa mga taong mahal ko. After what happened, noong nakauwi ako, siyempre umiyak na ako. Hindi ko na talaga kaya,” he said. “Noong nakulong ako, parang hindi ko pa rin siya ma-realize na nangyayari na sa ‘kin ‘yun,”

It can be recalled that Awra went viral on social media after he was captured by the authorities after being involved in a commotion.

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At first, many netizens sided with him, but everything turned upside down when the CCTV footage revealed how he forced one of the clubgoers several times to follow his demands.

 

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