Big sister Ploy Cherman wants to be neutral about Mario – Gubgib
When “Mario” and “Gubgib” announced their break-up, she was faced with having to give opinion on the situation, and asked whether or not she wants to play conciliator between the love birds. “Elder Sister Ploy,” could only state that it’s an issue that involves only two people, and that she respects their decision. However she willingly admitted that she does have “knowledge” on the “cause” for their break-up.
She probably assumes at this point that she wont have to get involved with the “broken love” of “nong love” since they have broken up for a period of time now. But it in the end, Ploy was unable to escape when some people point out that Gubgib still hasn’t gotten over Mario, in the status of a “lover,” when the nang rai posted a sarcastic comment with a hidden meaning poking at the lead actor from movie “Pe Mak…” on instagram. The picture making news shows “an old wooden chair” and a “new sofa.”
Many people interpret that the nang rai with an abundance of work is trying to draw comparison to herself as the “old wooden chair.” The quilted sofa that is fun to sit on is referring to “Mai Davika” or rather the actress that plays the role of “Mae Nak” who is becoming Mario’s “sweetheart.” The two have gotten “close” since the filming process and the period in which Mario broke up with Gubgib.
An “elder sister” like Ploy when asked for her opinion on this could only respond with this….
I want everyone to look at these two as independent, both Mario and Gubgib. Even though they may have broken up as lovers, but they are both friends and younger siblings that I will always love. I have never taken sides. Or judged who is right or wrong. Therefore, whatever she posted on instagram please have it in your heart to stay neutral. I believe both of them are mature enough not to behave like a child. Gubgib herself has sustained that the picture has nothing to do with her former love. The picture is personally just a form of art for her.
Source: Daradaily | April 5, 2013