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Kiray Celis reveals heartbreak with ‘hugot’ lines

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 08:05 PM October 19, 2017


Is Kapamilya young star Kiray Celis going through something?

She got netizens curious as to what’s going on when she recently posted her hard-knocking “hugot” lines on Twitter.


Could her sudden outbursts be coming from a painful event? Only she knows, but in one post, the comedian suddenly turned emotional when she said “Oo. Mahal mo nga, hindi mo naman iningatan.

(Yes, you love her, but you took her for granted.)


In another, she said, “Ang bilis kitang minahal. Ang bilis mo ring nawala.”

(I loved you instantly. You also disappeared instantly.)

Did she have a short-lived relationship? While netizens got curious as to why she posted such lines, one of her posts earned quite a number of likes when she said, “Konting oras. Sobra sobrang pagmamahal.” (Too little time, so much love.)

Some of her followers also agreed to another statement she made, when she said, “Hindi sa tagal ng pagsasama. Nakadepende lahat sa gaano mo siya minahal ng sobra.” (It’s not about the length of the relationship; it all depends on how much you loved somebody.)

Was she shouting out at anyone?


And then on a separate post, she said, “Miss na kita…” (I miss you.)


Who could she be missing?


Not too long ago, Celis made headlines when she posted a series of photos of herself with rumored boyfriend, model Kirst Viray. No confirmation has ever been made as to the real status of their relationship. However, taking from her posts, could Celis be referring to Viray on her tweets? JB


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