Kris’ situation almost reminds me of that stupid series called “Mula Sa Puso” (From the Heart) where the antagonist Selina Mattias eventually got lymphoma and you don’t feel sorry for her because of everything evil she did in the series. Did Selina decide to change her ways? The same old crazy bitch Selina still continued and persisted in her evil ways — still wanting to murder her own half-niece just to get her revenge on her paternal half-brother for her bad childhood. Selina was using her bad childhood and later her disease to further perpetuate her victim mentality and why she treats people badly. Doesn’t that sound similar to what Kris could be in right now? Kris is already having some kind of lupus yet she still may be persisting in her evil ways like Selina in that stupid series. This isa word of warning that just because someone is sick — it doesn’t mean that they still can’t cause evil and it seems Kris is the living version of Selina from Mula Sa Puso. So don’t let your guard down just because she’s sick!
Kris relevance is either in its final moments of dying or one could say her relevance is dead even before she will inevitably be dead one of these days. Her long-running popularity from the 80s to the 90s doesn’t mean that her popularity is forever. If you don’t die young then you will grow old. It just reminded me of how Arnold Schwarzenegger (now an old man) appeared to have slept near his monument (which portrayed him in his prime) to portray the situation that your fame isn’t forever. There’s always such a thing as stepping away from the spotlight to make room for new talent. I guess she never wanted it to happen and wanted the spotlight forever — not wanting to give it to newer people. Maybe, talents in ABiaS-CBN already yanked it from her so spewing her out from said network is not a loss at all. I guess she was never prepared for the reality anybody’s popularity is fickle and ever-changing. She never put that lesson to heart. I guess she needs to reflect on why Arnold appeared to have slept near his monument to drive a point to today’s younger generation.