LOOK: Gab Valenciano thankful for own home in US
After revealing his bout of depression while being in the Philippine showbiz industry, dancer Gab Valenciano took to social media to express his happiness as he was able to buy a house in the United States for him and his wife, model Tricia Centenera.
On his Instagram account, Valenciano posted a photo of him posing in front of the house and a Mercedes-Benz car, while holding their pet dog “Rocket.”
“I don’t usually post stuff like this, but I just can’t contain my joy. Lord, thank You for being extraordinary,” Valenciano said.
He said that the house is a realization of a dream.
“From jumping from house to house, to this. A dream is fulfilled today. I would like to thank my Tito Andy Ortiz (Orlando) and Tito Jun Bautista (LA) for housing Tricia and I when we literally had no place to stay. We appreciate and love you so much and dedicate this moment to you and your family,” he added.
Lastly, Valenciano then told Centenera that he can’t wait for her “to turn the house into a home.”
“To @triciacentenera, we’re waiting for you to turn our house into a home. Love and miss you. God is good,” the dancer said.
Valenciano went to the United States in 2012 after the local showbiz industry made him feel “like one of the most worthless artists in the history of artists.”
Currently based in Los Angeles, Valenciano studied music industry and recording arts at Full Sail University in Florida from 2012 to 2014.
He became famous for his “Super Selfie” videos on YouTube. Valenciano was then asked by Beyonce’s team if they can incorporate his dance moves in the “7/11”music video of the global superstar.
He married Centenera last March. AJH/JE