LOOK: Liza Soberano’s alleged school dance photos surface on social media

/ 04:54 PM August 24, 2017

Image: Facebook/MarJoed Ong

A netizen recently uploaded photos of a girl who is speculated by netizens to be a younger Liza Soberano. In the photo, she is shown with a young partner at what appears to be a school dance.

Image: Facebook/MarJoed Ong

Some of the photos showed the girl dancing with the boy who was wearing a red necktie, and whom Facebook user (and photo uploader) MarJoed Ong identified as his friend Ryan Christopher Pajanustan.


Ong’s post was captioned with, “Napakaswerte ng papi natin may pakandong pa. Bago si enrique may Ryan Christoper Pajanustan muna HAHAHAHA.”

(Our bro’s really lucky that she even sat on his knee. Before there was Enrique, there was Ryan Christopher Pajanustan first.)


Here is the pair dancing with the rest of the class:

Image: Facebook/MarJoed Ong

Here’s a clearer photo of the pair with the girl holding a single rose.

As of this writing, no official word has been released by the camp of Soberano to confirm her identity in the photos. Nevertheless, diehard LizQuen fans might argue that although a young Mr. Pajanustan might have been Soberano’s first dance, the last one still goes to Enrique Gil. JB


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