Mystica’s return to showbiz industry just keeps on getting bigger and better, thanks to being one of the new cast members of the high-rating and long-running ABS-CBN primetime television show “FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano.”
Recalling, the so-called “Split Queen” became an instant trending topic on social media after she asked and called out the lead character Coco Martin to give her chance to be part of the said action-packed Kapamilya primetime teleserye.
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Based on a recent Facebook post, Mystica happily revealed that she was slowly getting her life back together. She proudly shared to her followers that she already bought her own car due to “FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano.”
In her lengthy Facebook post, she said:
“This is my 1.2 million pesos (Php1,200,000) first investment from my sweat, blood and tears sa aking pagbabalik sa showbiz! Thanks to “Ang Probinsiyano” most especially to direk Coco Martin for giving me the opportunity to get back on my feet again. Thanks also to my boss, engineer Roland Equiza and Bing Sky Ekiza for the trust and who have given me the opportunity to be a part of their SunMagnet Philippines Corporation (Solar Company) for years. And to all my concert bookers and producers. Thank you so much for trusting me and my talents in the showbiz industry!”
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In a previous interview with ABS-CBN News, Mystica revealed that she used to sell fried chicken before as the main source of her income.
As of this writing, the so-called 90’s “Split Queen” is still on the ABS-CBN primetime television show “FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano.” She presently plays the role of Rosa alongside child actress Red Bustamante who also made a showbiz comeback.
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Other former celebrities who made a recent return on the television screen were CJ Ramos and Mark Anthony Fernandez.