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John Lloyd Cruz disowns FB account, says he does not have any social media

Izel Abanilla

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Just when the online community enjoys seeing updates on what’s going on with controversial actor John Lloyd Cruz, the man recently came out and denied owning any social media account.

In a message sent to the media, John Lloyd cried foul over the spread of fake news, let alone quotes he was supposedly shared on the Internet on certain issues, including love life.

“Ako po si John Lloyd Cruz. Nagnanais linawin ang mga kumakalat na balita at maling impormasyon,” he said in an interview with a showbiz portal.

The actor particularly mentioned the Facebook page with handle @johnlloydcruzofficial was not his, and statements released or posted on that page were merely made up.

“Gayumpaman hindi ko nais pang pagtuunan ng pansin ang laman ng mga artikulo (sa simpleng kadahilanang ang laman nito ay gawa-gawa lamang) sa halip ay mabigyan ng karampatang atensyon ang pagkalehitimo ng pinanggalingan ng impormasyon, ng mga maling impormasyon. Mga inimbento at peke. Pekeng impormasyon,” he said.

What’s more, he called out entertainment news outfits that picked up content from the same account.

“Nakakawindang ang tahasang pag “pick-up” ng mga entertainment news provider lalo na sa social media platforms sa mga pekeng impormasyon na ito,” he said.

Because of this, he sought to stop the spread of false information about him by speaking out to the media.

He also asked the help of her friend, actress Maja Salvador to spread awareness about the fake FB account and all other social media accounts pretending to be him.

“Lumapit din ako kay Maja Salvador isang aktres, dancer upang tulungan akong maihayag na ang pinag-ugatang account sa Facebook na may tawag na @johnlloydcruzofficial ay hindi ako at walang karapatan na gamitin ang aking pangalan at imahe para maghayag ng mga salita at saloobin na hindi kailanman ay nanggaling sa aking bibig at isipan,” he said.

“Ang paglapit ko sa kanya ay sa kadahilanang ako po AY WALANG KAHIT ANONG SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNT. WALA PO AKONG FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, TWITTER, MySpace, Friendster or Tumbler etc,” he said.

He also clarified that he does not own a Lyka account. The app lets the owner earn money through accumulating gems which can be converted into cash.

“Natutunan ko din kay Barbie Capacio na isang tunay na diyosa na meron pa daw akong Lyka account. Dito raw ay pwede ka pang kumita. WALA RIN PO AKONG LYKA ACCOUNT. PEKE RIN PO YAN. MAG-INGAT SA PAGBIGAY NG GEMS,” he said.

He ended by saying he hopes his statement once and for all, save his fans and followers from fake information about him from non-legitimate social media sources.

“Sana ho’y sa mensahe kong ito ay maiwasan po ang posibleng panloloko sa aking mga tagasunod. HUWAG PO KAYONG MAGPALINLANG. HUWAG PO KAYONG MAGPALOKO. Marami na hong peke sa mundo. Huwag na po nating dagdagan. Maraming salamat po,” he ended.

The “One More Chance” actor recently hogged the headlines when a post where he supposedly gave young actor Joshua Garcia unsolicited love advice.

 

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