John Lloyd Allegedly Frequents Angelica’s Condo

MANILA, Philippines - Following the news of their break-ups from their respective sweethearts, there have now been reports of a few more supposed sightings of John Lloyd Cruz and Angelica Panganiban together.

A source that, according to a PEP report, "frequents" the Quezon City condominium where Angelica stays has supposedly been "seeing" John Lloyd in the area for a few weeks now. Another source, meanwhile, had, on a separate instance, purportedly seen the box-office actor "at the condominium lobby either picking up or dropping off his fellow Kapamilya star."

Prior, entertainment blogger and Manila Bulletin columnist Mike Lim (a.k.a. Fashion Pulis) re-tweeted an alleged sighting of the rumored pair.

"@nye1111: John Lloyd and Angelica having dinner in Makati holding hands under the table. Spotted! So I guess sila na?" read the tweet, to which Fashion Pulis commented, "LUMA NA!"

While John Lloyd and Angelica have yet to comment on the issue, the latter hasn't been all silent on her personal Twitter account. She posted a series of cryptic tweets on June 2 that may well be related to relationships in general:

"Kakatawa! D pwede sumayaw magisa... Dalawa kayo diba? Nakakapagod kung magisa ka.."

"Sa salitang ingles... It takes 2 to tanggo.. (sic) Marunong ka nun?"

Having sensed the possible confusion that her vague posts might generate, Angelica assured, "Maiintindihan nyo din ako :) promise :) goodnight!!"

Her latest post, meanwhile, read: "Kung camping ang peg ng life mo... Bawasan mo bagahe mo.. Iwan mo lahat ng mabibigat.. Mapapagod ka.. Wag mo pasanin lahat."

John Lloyd and Angelica's bond purportedly leveled up after they shot scenes in Vietnam for a film. The former was even alleged as the cause of Angelica's split from TV host-actor Derek Ramsay. Supposed sightings of the two getting intimate cropped up, but Derek was quick to clear John Lloyd's name from the malicious intrigues.

"Guys pls don't believe any of the rumors about angel and john Lloyd. They did scenes for a movie and that's it. That's the truth. Tnx :)," Derek tweeted on May 4.

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