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Julia Barretto unfollows Joshua Garcia and Janella Salvador: Are they really okay?

Joshua and Julia’s statement last Saturday during the presscon of Block Z that they are now “okay” doesn’t fit with the latter’s recent action on Instagram.

Julia Barretto has unfollowed both Joshua Garcia and Janella Salvador on Instagram, despite her statement that she’s at her happiest state in life and looking forward to the positive things for 2020.

Joshua and Julia’s statement last Saturday during the presscon of Block Z that they are now “okay” doesn’t fit with the latter’s recent action on Instagram.



When asked for their current working relationship as co-actors in the film, Joshua said that they are okay and admitted that he also missed Julia.

Joshua shared,”Okay naman kami and actually noong nakita ko siya, parang na-miss ko din siya. Kasi siyempre ang tagal namin hindi nagkasama — na-busy siya, na-busy ako.”

Julia agreed with Joshua. “We’re okay thank you for asking and that’s one of the things that I’m super grateful for, is that we were able to protect and make sure that the friendship will stay and remain.

“Tama siya. When I first saw him, it felt familiar. …It’s a familiar place, a comfortable place, a safe place.”

Meanwhile, Joshua posted last Sunday a photo of himself staring at his The Killer Bride co-star Janella during their performance on the ASAP Natin ‘To stage.

He also expressed how he feels absolutely lucky to have a friend like her.

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I am lucky to have a friend like you

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Block Z will be out in cinemas nationwide this coming January 29, 2020.

The story is about university students trying to survive amidst a deadly viral outbreak. Block Z also stars Dimples Romana, McCoy de Leon, Ina Raymundo, Ian Veneracion, and Maris Rascal. Directed by Mikhail Red.

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