- Sanya Lopez has recently revealed that she received a personal gift from Gabby Concepcion's daughter
- On Tuesday, June 29, the 24-year-old actress shared a picture of an artwork done and given to her by Samantha Concepcion
- In her online post, Sanya went on to write a short yet sweet message for Sam about painting together
- Furthermore, the said post was eventually noticed by Sam, as well as Kakai Bautista, who left comments
Sanya Lopez is not only close with her First Yaya leading man, Gabby Concepcion, but is also close with his daughter, Samantha Concepcion.
Just recently, KAMI learned that the 24-year-old actress received a personal gift from Sam which she shared on social media.
In the photo, Sanya could be seen posing together with Sam, holding a piece of artwork from her.
Sanya then went on to thank Sam for giving her a beautiful artwork and even told her that she hopes Sam could teach her painting as well.
"Thanks @thesamanthaconcepcion. Love your painting hope you could teach me too," Sanya wrote, including a heart emoji at the end of her caption.
This post, however, did not go unnoticed by Sam, as well as Kakai Bautista, who left comments on Sanya's post.
In her reply, Sam wrote, "Can't wait to paint with you!" while Kakai went on to tell Sam how talented she was.
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Aside from this, Sam also reposted the photo on her Instagram account as well.
Shaira Lenn Osuna Roberto, more popularly known as Sanya Lopez, is a Filipina actress and singer. She is known for The Half Sisters and is now playing one of the lead roles in GMA's First Yaya.
As reported earlier by KAMI, Sanya Lopez trended on social media due to her "magkalinawan" comment with Gabby Concepcion.
The actress also made headlines when she extended her support to Kakai Bautista as the latter got vaccinated.
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