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‘Wrong account’: Iza Calzado gets caught in the midst of JaDine breakup

By: - Reporter
02:07 PM January 22, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Actress Iza Calzado has found herself dragged into the issue of the split of fellow actors James Reid and Nadine Lustre, collectively known as #JaDine.

Calzado on Tuesday shared a screenshot of a Facebook post accusing her of being a third party in their breakup.

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“Kung totoo man ang issue, sana masaya ka sa ginawa mo kay James and Nadine,” read a Facebook photo screengrabbed by the actress, which she posted in her Instagram stories. She also captioned it: “People of the Philippines, Anong kaguluhan ito??? Hahaha! May asawa na Ako! Lord!”

In a separate post, Calzado shared a direct message she received which read: “Grabe ka Iza, alam mo naman na madaming nagmamahal sa JADINE. Inahas mo pa si James. Kawawa naman si Nadine. Ahas!”

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Despite the remarks, Calzado poked fun on the messages she received and said she is sad about the news.

“But wait, there’s more! Does this mean pasok pa Ako sa early 20s market? May asim pa si Tita Iza? Wrong account though! Hahaha,” Calzado wrote.

“Pero seryoso guys, sad Ako nag break ang #JaDine,” she added.

Calzado was caught in middle of the between the issue after Issa Pressman, friend of the couple and sister of fellow actress Yassi Pressman, was accused by JaDine fans of allegedly being the third party of the couple.

Lustre and Reid confirmed calling it quits on Monday after deciding to focus on their “personal growth.”

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