Ellen Adarna shares a cryptic quote, then deletes it, along with some John Lloyd posts
The past few hours have been puzzling for the fans of Ellen Adarna and John Lloyd Cruz, what with disappearing romantic selfies from their feeds and new cryptic quote posts from Adarna.
Lately, it seems as if Ellen Adarna and John Lloyd Cruz are simply being carefree about their rumored romance. Whatever people throw at them, they seem to just continue doing what makes them happy.
Adarna even sent out a message to their detractors with a quote she recently posted on Instagram: “It is beautiful to love, and to be free at the same time.”
Surprisingly, the quote has already been deleted. Fans and followers of Ellen Adarna have also noticed that both Adarna and Cruz have deleted some selfies together.
A lot of fans were astounded with the recent outgoing behavior of Cruz. The viral videos, flashing of the dirty finger, crucifix posts and excrement photo are just some of the things that got the netizens shocked, if not worried about the actor. While many expressed happiness over his budding romance with Adarna, a lot still seemed unhappy with it. Some netizens even blamed the actress for the recent supposedly thoughtless acts of Cruz.
Notably, the actor recently posted a photo of him and Adarna as she sweetly planted a kiss on his cheek. His caption in the photo was “sobrang baduy neto pero (this is so cheesy but) this girl really did something good to my soul. i’ll always be grateful.”
As of this writing, that photo could no longer be found on his Instagram feed, believed to be under the handle @ekomsi.
Meanwhile, here is Adarna’s recent quote post, which states something about “manipulative behaviour”:
And so the fans are left with no choice but continue with their speculations —
— this time, about a breakup.
Well at least, right now, Adarna still has her “baby love” post, tagging @ekomsi, saved. Clarizel Abanilla/JB
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