What was in Sarah Geronimo’s long text message?

What was in Sarah Geronimo’s long text message? Netizens speculate

04:26 PM August 01, 2017

While Coach Sarah Geronimo posed for a photo at “The Voice Teens” finals, something caught netizens’ eyes.

A closer look at Sarah G’s phone showed that she’d just sent an essay-long message.

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The original poster tweeted the pop songstress and has yet to receive a response.

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Image: Screen grab via Twitter/@eericax

Without being able to confirm the content of the text or to whom it was sent, Popsters started their own speculations.

Could it have been to selfie-loving boyfriend Matteo Guidicelli?

Image: Screen grab via Instagram/@MateoGuidicelli

If so, there might be some drama:

Image: Screen grab via Twitter/@eericax

Maybe it was the complex lyrics to her song, “Ikot Ikot”:

Image: Screen grab via Twitter/@eericax

Someone might have asked her how to make a home-cooked dish:

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Image: Screen grab via Twitter/@eericax

Her textmate could’ve been in the audience and was preparing to reply to the long message:

Image: Screen grab via Twitter/@eericax

Whatever the reply, hopefully the pop princess didn’t receive the worst text message in the world: “k.”  /ra

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