Hashtag Franco’s Girlfriend Reveals Real Story Behind His Death
- December 4, 2017
- INSIDESHOWBIZ.PH TEAM
After Janica Nam, girlfriend of late Hashtag Franco Hernandez, posted a controversial status days ago stating that the real story of Franco’s death will eventually come out, she has finally revealed her side of the story. In an exclusive interview with PEP, together with Franco’s parents, Janica recounted what happened on the day of Franco’s death.
According to Nam, Hashtag Tom’s side of the story which was aired in Rated K was different from hers and that it has missing details. Nam said that the response for Franco was not as quick as Tom said. “Nung nasa gitna pala kami ng dagat, si Tom, lumapit sa akin. Akala ko, ililigtas niya kami. Sabi niya, ‘Nam, relax ka lang. Wag kang magpa-panic. Sabihin mo kay Franco.’ Gumanun siya. Wala na ako sa utak ko. Talagang, anong gagawin ko? After niya sabihin yun sa akin, parang hindi mo man lang ako inangat sana.”
Nam also said that she later on discovered that Tom and his girlfriend stayed inside the boat. “Ang kuwento sa akin ng girlfriend niya, hindi raw siya marunong lumangoy. Hindi raw niya kaya, as in, kaya nag-stay siya. Inangat siya ni Tom sa banca. So, parang sa akin, sana man lang, dinala mo man lang kami dun. Tinulungan mo kami, inangat mo kami papunta dun sa banca, para at least may makapitan kami habang naghihintay ng rescue.”
She also claimed that when Franco was rescued, despite being unconscious, the late Hashtag member still had a pulse. She also tried CPR to revive him. After that, it was relayed to Nam that the rescuers will be bringing Franco to the hospital. “Naisip ko lang, sana man lang, sa mga okey, wala silang kagalus-galos, e. Sana isa man lang sa kanila, sinamahan si Franco pabalik. Kaso, wala talaga sa kanilang sumama.”
Turns out, after it was said to her that Franco has been brought to the hospital, he was still in Tom’s house and was only brought to the hospital moments later.
Meanwhile, after Janica told her side of the story, Tom tweeted a cryptic message.
It’s okay. God knows ☝🏻
— Tom Olaf Doromal (@Hashtag_tomD) December 2, 2017
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