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Rayver Cruz on getting into a new relationship: ‘Hinay-hinay lang muna’

/ 08:56 PM January 04, 2022
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Rayver Cruz has finally spoken up about the current status of his love life, months after his split with actress Janine Gutierrez.

Cruz shared his thoughts on getting into a new relationship after being asked by show host Pokwang in a game segment of “All-Out Sundays,” as seen on GMA Network’s YouTube channel yesterday, Jan. 3.

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“You know what, guys? Hinay-hinay lang muna (Let’s take it slow),” he said.

After blurting out his answer, Cruz then changed the topic in a playful manner and exited the game as he lost to his fellow celebrity player, Julie Anne San Jose.

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Meanwhile, San Jose was also asked about having a “limitless” love life, to which she answered,” We will see. God knows.”

Cruz and San Jose cohost GMA’s “The Clash” and have worked together in San Jose’s digital concert “Limitless Part 2: Heal.” Though their closeness is being teased by fellow celebrities and fans, San Jose asserted that she only has a good working relationship with the actor.  /ra

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