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  • john-loydThursday denied that he already has a child. “Hindi naman kasi medyo common na ‘yan sa amin,” John Lloyd replied when asked if he’s affected by the issue. He added that it seems impossible for him to have a teenager child because “lumalabas parang fifteen ako no’n, parang malabo ‘yon mangyari.”

    The Kapamilya actor said that if he is really the father of the teenager, “hindi naman tayo nagmamalinis, pero bilang lalaki ‘no, dapat ata malalaman mo kung mayro’n kang [anak], parang ginawa mo ‘yon, e. Kumbaga kung ginawa mo ang isang bagay na ‘yon, dapat alam mo.”

    In case the mother of his alleged child would really like to reach out to him, John Lloyd suggested that “mayro’n mga proper courses, like siguro puwede n’yong puntahan ‘yong employer niya. For my case puwede ka pumunta sa ABS-CBN at hanapin mo ako, hindi siguro… parang ang hirap seryosohin kung dadaanin mo sa blind item, sa social media.”

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    Meanwhile, John Llyod Cruz is heading to America next week with girlfriend Angelica Panganiban for a vacation and return by December to fulfill his other commitments.

    “It’ll be the first time na makapagbakasyon kami nang matagaltagal,” he said. “So kagaya nga no’n, ito nag-expire ‘yong kontrata … Nahiya kasi ako noon magbakasyon nang matagal kasi parang may kontrata ka, so you have to make yourself available. So three years ‘yon, ngayon lang ako ulit makapagbakasyon.”

    The actor said his contract is still under negotiations since they’re still planning the sequence and the type of projects that he’ll be working in the coming years.

    “Hindi na ako bumabata,” he added. “So every decision that we make expect it to be harder, mas may bigat, not bigat na hirap sa kalooban mo. Mas maingat lang, kailangan mo mas maging maingat. Kasi we’re talking about the next two or three years of your life. So hindi ‘yon madaling desisyon.”

    John Lloyd said that for now, he would like to enjoy his vacation with Angelica and would decide on his contract when he returns.

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