Robin Padilla Expresses Intention to Leave the Country?

Robin Padilla said he would first wait for his son Ali to have a girlfriend before mulling to have a child with wife, television host Mariel Rodriguez.

In an interview on Sunday, Padilla said his wife knows that he is not yet keen to have baby with her because his primary concern at the moment is to see his son grow up.

Padilla said he is also worried that should they want to move to another country, this would be difficult if they already have a child.

Action star Robin Padilla expressed his intention of leaving the Philippines if government continues to work under an allegedly corrupt system

It can be recalled that Robin asked the Senate President Franklin Drilon to resign after he received P100 million sourced from the controversial Disbursement Acceleration Program.

Drilon brushed off Padilla’s call, saying there was nothing wrong, illegal, and immoral in receiving the P100 million worth of infrastructure projects under the DAP.

Senator Jinggoy Estrada also said several senators received additional funds after the impeachment trial of former Chief Justice Renato Corona last year.

The Department of Budget and Management then revealed that the additional funds were from the government’s DAP, with Drilon receiving P100 million in December 2012.

For her part, Rodriguez said she is not in a hurry to become a mother as she still wants to enjoy being a wife to Padilla.

She wants to have a baby after she is 30 years old, Rodriguez had said.

She wants to enjoy being a wife first then mother after.

Rodriguez and Padilla were married in August 2010.

Meanwhile, fans of Robin Padilla who miss him terribly on the big screen will feel happy, as their idol will crash the silver screens on Dec. 25 in the film titled 10,000 Hours.

The action-drama movie is heavy on conspiracies and dark secrets, inspired by anecdotes in the life of former Senator Panfilo Lacson.

The ‘10,000 Hours’ delves into more important issues and truths moviegoers will surely be interested in.