Any problem? Megastar Sharon Cuneta flies, now in Los Angeles ‘to breathe’

SHARON CUNETA saying goodbye to Sen. Kiko Pangilinan and kids beforre flying to Los Angeles

Is Sharon Cuneta okay? Is there a family problem or a big financial concern bothering her again like in the past?

Fans of the megastar posed the questions after was reported to have flown to California (where she has properties) because she allegedly needs a break from this pandemic.

Showing off her Philippine passport, Sharon wrote on social media: “[T]onight I am flying home to my Mommy’s Gramps’ country, where only my eldest and I are legal residents. I need to breathe, collect myself, gain strength. Love you all and will miss you guys.”

“I’m going home. Of course my real home, where my heart is, is where my husband and children are. But tonight I am flying home to my Mommy’s Gramps’ country, where only my eldest and I are legal residents,” Sharon added.

A follow-up post on her Instagram showed the singer-actress saying goodbye to her children Frankie, Miguel, and Miel Pangilinan, and their father, Senator Francis Pangilinan.

“Praying and saying bye to my family,” she said. “Praying and saying bye to my family,” she said. 

Latest post showed her in Los Angeles, California with a friend named Lorraine.

“Home in L.A. with one of my lifelong best friends on the planet, Lorraine! On our way to dinner,” Sharon wrote.

The singer has had a rough past few months, due to the illness of her long-time friend and makeup artist Fanny Serrano, who recently had a stroke, it was learned.

The daughter of the late Pasay City Mayor Pablo Cuneta and Elaine Cuneta, sister of singer-actress Helen Gamboa-Sotto, Sharon started her career with the release of the hit song Mr. DJ in 1978.

It was reported this was followed a few years later by the blockbuster success of the movie Dear Heart, in which she starred with her former loveteam partner and ex-husband Gabby Concepcion, the father of her first child KC Concepcion.

Since then, she has starred in memorable movies such as Pangako Sa ‘Yo (“My Promise to You”), Madrasta (“Stepmom”), Caregiver, and Crying Ladies. Her success as a singer and an actress has led the local press to give her the nickname “Megastar” — or “Mega” for short.