Jason Dy ‘confronted’ over cheating on Moira Dela Torre: ‘Hindi po ako ‘yun’
Jason Dy appears to have been associated with the breakup of his fellow singers Moira Dela Torre and Jason Marvin Hernandez, after a netizen “confronted” Dy over his supposed “cheating” on Dela Torre.
Hernandez earlier confirmed that he and Dela Torre have parted ways after three years of marriage, confessing that he had been unfaithful to her.
Dy, who shares the same first name as Dela Torre’s husband, addressed the mix up while showing a screenshot of an Instagram message which supposedly came from a netizen. Dy commented on it via his Twitter page yesterday, May 31.
“Grabe ka Jason, nagawa mo pang mag-cheat kay Moira? Ano bang kulang sa kanya? ‘Di ka na naawa. Mga Leo talaga,” the netizen said, apparently referring to Dy’s zodiac sign. “Ayos-ayusin niyo lang buhay niyo, [iniiwanan] niyo ng trauma ang tao.”
(That is too much, Jason. How can you cheat on Moira? What else does she lack? You have no pity. You Leo people. Straighten up. You are causing trauma on the person.)
“Hindi po ako ‘yun (That was not me),” the singer clarified, adding a weary face emoji.
The post earned various reactions from Twitter netizens, with some pointing out that the message may have been sent by Dy to himself because the chat bubble was placed on the right. Dy then clarified that the screenshot was actually not from him and that he only got it from Facebook.
i got this po from fb. hindi ko po chinat sarili ko 🥲
— Jason Dy (@JasonJamesDy) May 31, 2022
Meanwhile, speculations that Dela Torre and Hernandez have broken up previously arose after some fans noticed that Dela Torre supposedly deleted most of their photos together on Instagram. The couple eventually dismissed the speculations along with the issue that Dela Torre cheated on Hernandez.
Dela Torre and Hernandez married in 2019 in a garden wedding in Tagaytay, a year after they got engaged during Dela Torre’s “Tagpuan” music video shooting. JB
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