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Ina Kapatid Anak: The February 4 Revelation

Ina Kapatid Anak’s Book 2 opening episode, ‘Gabi ng Katotohanan (The night of truth)’ was not really the biggest revelation in the hit prime time series on the Kapamilya network.

On Monday, February 4, the series featuring controversial best friends-actresses Maja Salvador and Kim Chiu, the sort-of-biggest revelation will happen on the series as tonight’s closing teaser implies.

Ina Kapatid Anak stars Maja Salvador and Kim Chiu

‘Ina Kapatid Anak’ stars Maja Salvador and Kim Chiu

On the night when Cherry Pie Picache‘s character was giving birth to Celyn/Celine (Chiu), her cousin, Jason Gainza‘s character gave Beatrice (Janice De Belen) a baby.

Beatrice believed that baby, who she named Margaux (Salvador) was the product of surrogacy.

But after the revelation made earlier this week, Beatrice will be confronting Gainza‘s character for his ‘betrayal’ — only for her and for the viewers to learn that Celyn and Margaux are actually twin sisters.

If you have watched the pilot week and thought of why Picache‘s character fainted after she gave birth to Celyn and why the two characters have the same¬†mannerisms, you should have seen next week’s episodes coming. It was predictable.

Celyn and Margaux are real sisters, which gives weight to ‘Kapatid‘ on its title.

For if they’re not real sisters, it would only mean putting Salvador’s star appeal behind Chiu. Like what Abs-cbn did to Enrique Gil in the soon to be ending, ‘Princess and I’. (Gil, who was supposedly the real ‘Prince’ in that series is now the ultimate antagonist to Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo’s characters.)

With the recent real-life issues between the two characters, doing such to Salvador means ending her career so early just for the sake of one priced actress nicknamed Chinita Princess.

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Ely Valendez is an award-winning blogger-journalist based in the Philippines. In 2014, he left his job of around six years as a social media marketing manager for a US-based IT/e-commerce company to teach fellow Filipinos financial literacy, and work in the finance services industry as a financial consultant. His passion in writing keeps this blog alive. Ely sits as a member of the Board of Directors of the Philippines Communication Society, and serves as a resource person for the Philippine Press Institute.

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