- Kylie Padilla once again shared on social media a meaningful quote
- The post she shared on her Instagram Stories was about people who aren't happy for others
- It says that those people are probably not happy for themselves as well
- The actress created the IG story with song “Love Myself” by Hailee Steinfeld as background music
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Kylie Padilla shared a cryptic yet meaningful post on social media anew.
It was published on her Instagram Stories on Sunday, October 24.
As seen in her IG story, the Kapuso actress penned about people who aren't happy for others.
“Don't worry about the people who aren't happy for you.”
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“They probably aren't happy for themselves either,” her post reads.
She created the post with song “Love Myself” by Hailee Steinfeld as background music.
Here is the screenshot:
Kylie Nicole Padilla-Abrenica is a Filipina actress, recording artist and model. She was born on January 25, 1993 to Filipino actor Robin Padilla and actress Liezl Sicangco in Calatagan, Batangas. She is married to actor Aljur Abrenica and they now have two sons — Alas Joaquin and Axl Romeo. Kylie and Aljur had started dating in 2011 until they broke up in 2014, after which they got back together again in September 2016 and finally got married on December 11, 2018. However, they broke up again in 2021.
Previously, Cristy Fermin said her source told her about Kylie’s alleged mistreatment towards her estranged husband. As per Nanay Cristy’s source, Kylie was allegedly letting Aljur starve when they were still living together. The source also alleged that Kylie was having conversations with an unnamed guy even late at night.
Kylie recently retweeted a fan’s post showing a photo of her and Jessica Soho. The post is about her exclusive interview with the multi-awarded journalist which will air on ‘Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho’ this Sunday. Entertainment writer Ruel Mendoza confirmed this an Instagram post on Friday. In the comment section of Kylie's retweet, her supporters said they will definitely watch her interview to hear her side of the story on Aljur’s “breaking silence” post.