- Diego Loyzaga has stirred buzz all over social media with his latest online post
- On his Instagram account, the actor uploaded a funny group picture he and Billy were in
- He then expressed his love to Billy in his birthday message, even calling the latter "Kuys"
- At one point, Diego even jokingly apologized to Coleen Garcia, Billy's wife, in the viral post
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Diego Loyzaga, 26, greatly amused netizens all over social media with his hilarious birthday greeting for Billy Crawford, who turned 40 on May 16, Monday.
On his Instagram account, @diegoloyzaga, KAMI learned that the actor uploaded a funny group photo that he and Billy were in.
However, what cracked up netizens was the blurred photo of Billy who apparently did a jump shot for the picture.
In his viral Instagram story, Diego began by expressing his genuine love to Billy whom he called "kuys" in his birthday message.
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"Hey you, séxy man, happy birthday. I love you, kuys, to the moon and back," he began, before tagging Coleen Garcia, Billy's wife.
Netizens then laughed even harder when Diego jokingly apologized to Coleen, "Sorry @coleen pero kami talaga ang forever."
Diego Loyzaga is a well-known showbiz personality in the Philippines. He already starred in several movies such as “Bloody Crayons” and “Mama's Girl.” Diego is the son of Cesar Montano and Teresa Loyzaga.
As previously reported by KAMI, Diego Loyzaga shared on social media how he got a "souvenir" from his basketball match. Previously, Diego had a blast in Cebu and joined a fun basketball game where he eventually got an eye injury. Despite the incident, Diego assured his fans that it was "all good" and that it was just part of the game.
Meanwhile, Diego Loyzaga recently took to Instagram to share a quote from a romance novel. The said book was called "The Modern Break-Up" which was written by Daniel Chidiac. On his Instagram account, Diego reposted a quote from the book about "dating someone." It also emphasized how one's past can affect how one view and see life in general.