John Lloyd Cruz irked at rumors linking him to Maja Salvador

John Lloyd Cruz irked at rumors linking him to Maja Salvador

- John Lloyd Cruz and Maja Salvador have constantly been featured in news articles due to their intimate photos that circulated online

- John Lloyd vehemently denies the existence of a relationship between him and Maja

- He urged media people to stop confusing people

John Lloyd Cruz irked at rumors linking him to Maja Salvador

Maja Salvador and John Lloyd Cruz (Photo credit: sunstar.com.ph)

Rumors that John Lloyd Cruz and Maja Salvador are in a relationship have circulated after intimate photos of their time together in an island in Davao spread throughout social media. In addition, tabloids splattered both their faces in the headlines.

While many believed that John Lloyd Cruz and Maja Salvador are in a relationship, John Lloyd finds the idea totally abhorrent. He said that he’s not “pikon (irritated)” but rather he’s “nababaduyan (finds it in bad taste)” that he’s being linked to a star whom he clearly does not have any relationship with.

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The first incident that started the speculation was a photo where Lloydie and Maja were trying to follow the poster of Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson in “How To Be Yours.”

The second one, which altogether heightened the speculations, was several pictures of them at a Davao beach where Maja was a in a very sexy black bikini showing off her curves.

John Lloyd Cruz irked at rumors linking him to Maja Salvador

John Lloyd Cruz (Photo credit: mb.com)

John Lloyd, directing his statement to reporters, said that he simply finds the idea done in bad taste. He said that he also doesn’t want to expound because he knows the work of the media.

He said that he and Maja were simply friends, which is why the angle of them being in a relationship must not be included.

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He also emphasized that such things are merely used for “airtime” purposes.

“Alam ninyo, dito, lahat tayo magkakasama, magkakakilala tayo lahat dito. Alam ninyo kung ano ang totoo at hindi,” said John Lloyd.

(You know, here, we all work together, we all know each other. You know what’s true and what’s not.)

He also urged the media not to bring confusion to people who receive their reports.

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