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Dani Barretto backs Julia Barretto amid cheating rumors: ‘Cheating na agad yun?!’

By: - Reporter
/ 05:44 PM July 23, 2019

Image: Instagram/@danibarretto

MANILA, Philippines — Dani Barretto defended her sister Julia Barretto after cheating rumors involving the latter and Gerald Anderson surfaced on social media.

“Nag-usap lang sa party, at may chismosang nag-decide mag-picture, cheating na agad? Bawal ang ‘hi’ sa isa’t isa, bawal magkamustahan? Cheating na agad ‘yun?! They worked together!! Of course, they’re friends! Pati ‘yun bawal na din?” Dani wrote Monday in a Twitter post.

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Julia and Anderson topped the Twitter trends after photos of them supposedly taken at the birthday of Rayver Cruz circulated online.

Anderson’s girlfriend Bea Alonzo then posted a cryptic message on Instagram saying one “can’t make the same mistake twice,” fuelling break up rumors between the two.

READ: Splitsville for Bea Alonzo, Gerald Anderson? 

Another netizen replied to Dani pointing out how the photos’ uploader claimed Julia and Anderson were spotted inside one car.

But Dani said, “Of course she will say that!!! Her photos can’t back up her allegations! Have you seen the photos? There is nothing wrong with them. It is just two people talking. What is so wrong about that?”

Meanwhile, Dani and Julia’s mother Marjorie Barretto said she is planning to take legal action against the Instagram user who uploaded the photos.

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READ: Legal action eyed vs uploader of Julia Barretto-Gerald Anderson photo

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