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WATCH: Kylie Verzosa tears up after being asked about ‘signs’ of a breakup

Kylie's relationship with Jake Cuenca has been hounded with breakup speculations following a cryptic tweet she posted on April 17.

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Humility Javier

4/20/2022 in News
WATCH: Kylie Verzosa tears up after being asked about ‘signs’ of a breakup

Kylie Verzosa shed tears on the live episode of “It’s Showtime!” in the middle of a talk about breakups.

On the April 19th episode of the variety show, Kylie acted as a judge of the pageant segment “Showtime Sexy Babe” together with fellow beauty queen Ruffa Gutierrez and actress Chie Filomeno. 

The topic of breakups came about after “It’s Showtime!” host Vice Ganda asked candidate Jannarose Campanero a relevant question during the interview portion.

After asking co-hosts Vhong Navarro and Ogie Alcasid for their thoughts on the matter, Vice turned to Kylie to ask if she’s experiencing any “challenges” or “signs of a breakup” in her love life. 

Even before having the chance to say anything, the Miss International 2016 titleholder immediately broke down in tears. 

Seeing how affected Kylie seemed to be, Vice, Ruffa, and Chie came up to give her hugs. All Kylie could say at the time was “sorry.”

“Na-touch lang ako,” she simply said after composing herself.

 


In recent days, Kylie and her boyfriend actor Jake Cuenca have been the subject of breakup rumors after the beauty queen-actress made a cryptic post on Twitter.

“Broken,” she wrote.

 

 

Kylie and Jake have not directly addressed the speculations since.

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