Nadine Lustre slams bashers linking her best friend to James Reid
Nadine Lustre blasted bashers linking her boyfriend and on-screen partner James Reid to a girl who is said to be her “best friend.”
In a series of recent posts on Twitter, the young actress let out her rage on people spreading rumors that link her best friend and her boyfriend. In one tweet, she said, “I’m sorry, but SERIOUSLY. WT* are you all going on about? Talking s*** about my best friend?”
A fiercer Lustre said in another tweet, “Ya’ll know who I’m talking about here.”
She unapologetically stressed her annoyance and said, “Your minds belong to the gutter.”
Recently, alleged photos of a girl and Reid hugging each other surfaced online. The photos piqued some people’s curiosity, causing some concerned fans to look at the said pictures with various speculations. One photo reportedly shows Reid with his arm wrapped around a girl, believed to be a certain Mika Tan. Another photo allegedly shows Reid’s head locked inside the same girl’s arms. The said photos could no longer be searched online.
Tan’s Instagram profile shows that she has shared some photos with Lustre in them, putting more weight to claims that she is the actress’ best friend.
One netizen even asked Lustre: “Sinong best friend? Si Mika ba? Charot” (Who [is the] best friend [you’re talking about?] Is it Mika? Joke.) The actress sharply answered, “Yeah, got a problem with that?”
Others directly begged her not to befriend “Mika” anymore.
This is not the first time that Reid has been romantically linked with other girls aside from Lustre. Not too long ago, he was bashed by netizens because of an alleged video that showed him hanging out with two girls and a few other friends inside a car. Because of these intrigues, Reid had previously been labeled a playboy, but Lustre remains supportive of him and is ever at his defense. JB
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