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Fans, netizens express concern over Patrick Quiroz’s emotional breakdown on Instagram Live

Quiroz began his acting career in 2011. However, he only got a stable line up of projects in 2018 via Wansapanatym and Spirits: Reawaken. Other projects followed after and starred in A Soldier’s Heart and Hello Stranger. He will also reprise his role in the movie sequel of the Boys Love series.

Fans of young male star Patrick Quiroz expressed their worry after seeing him cry on his Instagram Live.

His fans took to Twitter to post their messages of concern.

This Netizen posted the video of Quiroz’s emotional moment with a tweet sending their love and concern.

Other Netizens also send their support, noting that it’s okay for him to feel emotional, especially if he is going through something challenging at the moment.

https://twitter.com/PVTeamabroad1/status/1349974992570769408

Some also noted that Quiroz should not concern himself with the opinions of others.

Another Netizen posted a clip of the video showing actor Charles Kieron comforting the actor on his live stream with the message ‘walang iyakan’. It made Quiroz laugh.

In another clip posted by a Netizen, Patrick had an emotional message on his live stream.

“I just hope, na mangibabaw yung love and forgiveness,” said Quiroz.

https://twitter.com/tirathjotsingh/status/1349774164161298432

As of the moment, he deleted many of his Instagram posts. Earlier, he even went as far as to deactivate his IG. But, he reactivated it now.

In one of his recent tweets, Quiroz wrote that he is doing fine now.

He added that he needed time for himself.



Quiroz began his acting career in 2011. However, he only got a stable line up of projects in 2018 via Wansapanatym and Spirits: Reawaken. Other projects followed after and starred in A Soldier’s Heart and Hello Stranger. He will also reprise his role in the movie sequel of the Boys Love series.

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