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  • MANILA – “Whatever makes her happy, makes me happy.” Concert King Martin Nievera made this remark amid reports saying that his former wife, Pops Fernandez, was spotted dat­ing again after her controversial break-up with actor-turned-pro­ducer Jomari Yllana.

    martin-nieveraAlthough clueless about Fer­nandez’s love life, Nievera said he wished her happiness. He said: “I don’t know. I didn’t see it. If she has a date or she was just with another guy… If it’s someone who is going to be ro­mantically linked to Pop, well it’s her life. And whatever makes her happy, makes me happy.”

    Nievera, who has two children with Fernandez, said he has no information about her rumored new suitor. Nievera is apparently keeping his distance from Fernandez’s ro­mantic life. In April, Nievera got involved in a controversy after he and Yllana had exchanged heated words to each other.

    The verbal tussle began after the singer commented on Fer­nandez-Yllana break-up. Nievera scored Yllana for hurting Fernan­dez. Yllana, on the other hand, called Nievera a “hypocrite” for meddling with his and Fernan­dez’s affairs.

    Nievera is currently busy pro­moting his upcoming concert with friend Gary Valenciano. The two will hold a concert called “As 1” on September 19 at 8 p.m. at SM Mall of Asia Open Grounds. -Reyma Buan-Deveza, abs-cbn­NEWS.com

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