LOOK: Joshua Garcia sends Bella Poarch ‘blushing’ with shirtless photos
Joshua Garcia has exchanged messages once more with international singer Bella Poarch, leading fans to tell her to “fall in line.”
The actor showed himself shirtless while enjoying the sun and taking a dip at a pool via his Instagram page yesterday, May 26. This made fans swoon over him, apparently including Poarch.
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The Filipino-American singer sent Garcia an emoji of a blushing face with wide eyes, to which he replied with a shush emoji.
Netizens could not help but chime in on the pair’s interaction, with some expressing jealousy and others addressing Poarch.
“Pila sa likod. 2018 pa kami dito,” one @itisundefinedt quipped. (Fall in line at the back. We have been here since 2018.)
“Nako teh, nasa row 78 ako. Pakiayos pila niyan,” another @charmmaander joked. (Oh sister, I am in row 78. Wait at the queue properly.)
“Pumila ka Bella, kakagigil ka eh,” one @_sofhiairish said. (Fall in line Bella, you are making me angry.)
Garcia and Poarch’s conversation is reminiscent of the emoji comments they sent each other last month, when the actor was featured in one of Poarch’s TikTok videos. At the time, Poarch seemed to be curious about Garcia as she asked fans if he was a singer.
Poarch was known for her lip-syncing video on TikTok before she officially became a recording artist. Her most popular TikTok video was when she lip-synced Millie B’s song “M to the B,” which was hailed as the most viral video on the platform for 2020.
Poarch’s debut song “Build a B*tch” was released in May last year and it placed 58th on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in the same month. She then released her sophomore single “Inferno” in August 2021, along with its music video featuring fellow online content creators Ivana Alawi and Bretman Rock. /ra
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