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Is it possible for Julie Anne San Jose, Rayver Cruz to be more than just friends?

“We enjoy each other’s company and happy lang naman po. All good things and we’ve always been close, we have been best friends. We’re just happy to be each other’s company.”

“We’ll see” was the answer of Asia’s Limitless Star Julie Anne San Jose on Wednesday, March 23, regarding the possibility that her relationship with Rayver Cruz could reach “dating” status.

In the virtual media conference for the GMA Pinoy TV Stronger Together Dubai Expo event, the singer-actress stated that she is currently happy spending time with him.



“We enjoy each other’s company and happy lang naman po. All good things and we’ve always been close, we have been best friends. We’re just happy to be with each other’s company.”

But when pressed further if the actor is already courting her, San Jose responded, “I think I’m not the right person to answer the question. Okay po na siya na lang po yung tanungin.”

The two have sent kilig to their fans because of their TikTok videos leading to the speculation that they could be “more than just friends.”

Recently, the actor was asked about the real score between him and San Jose. He said he was “unsure” about their real status but was definitely comfortable creating memories with her.

“Ano man ‘yung sweetness na nakikita nilang lumalabas dahil ‘yun sa pagka-comfortable namin sa bawat isa. ‘Yung bond na meron kami, ewan ko, iba eh,” he stated during Nelson Canlay’s report on 24 Oras earlier on Sunday.

“What you see is what you get. So kung ano man ‘yung makita nila, ‘yun naman iyon eh. We’ll see,” he added.



In the meantime, San Jose is busy preparing for the concert that she will be doing in Dubai on March 30. She will be performing together with The Clash Season 3 Grand Champion Jessica Villarubin and actor-filmmaker Xian Lim at the Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre, Dubai Expo Grounds.

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