But before they even get to leave, her beeper starts to ring, catching Kenji's attention.
Eventually, Kenji finds out that Athena Dizon is the one who receives his texts and calls and not Athena a.k.a. He becomes very angry at Athena for pretending to be Bee. After Kenji hears this, he asks Athena to pretend to be his girlfriend so Bee may be jealous and come back to him.
Later that night, she receives another text from him asking why she didn't come. The following day, while having lunch, Athena's best friend sees Kenji on the payphone that's near them.
Kenneth, surprised, brings Kelay to a fast food chain to eat and interrogate her.
It is there that Kelay reveals that she is really not Kenji's daughter (she even jokes that since they are not siblings, Kenneth can court her).
The next day, Kenneth learns from the maids of the household that there had been an airplane crash and there were passengers injured.
Revealing the names of the passengers he saw his father's name, Kenjie Delos Reyes.
While he talks to her angrily, his ex passes by, resulting him into pushing her against a wall and sinking his head in her neck, making everyone, including Bee, think that he is kissing her, when he really is just whispering to Athena. Surprised at his request, Athena tells him she will not do it and leaves.
Even if Athena refused his request, Kenji does not stop pursuing her.The story occurs in the 90s and starts when Athena Dizon, Kelay's aunt who was seventeen at the time, receives a text through her beeper from Kenji, the well known bad boy and gangster of the school.In the text, Kenji is apologizing to someone called "Bee" and asking her if they could talk in their favourite place.Kenji Delos Reyes delivers a speech during the wedding reception of his college friends, Kirby and Grace.However, Kenneth, Kenji’s only son, makes out with a girl in a bathroom stall as the girl’s grandfather enters; chaos then ensues as the old man chases Kenneth to the reception hall.Angry and disappointed with his son, Kenji talks to him only having him walk out.