Alodia Gosiengfiao wowed followers not simply due to how beautiful she seemed in a red-carpet occasion, but in addition due to a comment that she not too long ago mentioned.
The cosplay star and vlogger went to an occasion in California donning a gold Mara Chua robe impressed by the character Leona from “League of Legends,” as seen on her Fb web page yesterday, Jan. 13.
Followers could have been drawn to Gosiengfiao’s caption for the mentioned second, which they speculate alludes to her previous relationship together with her ex-boyfriend, fellow vlogger Wil Dasovich.
“Hello. Ako nga pala yung sinayang mo,” she mentioned. (Hello. I’m the one you wasted, by the way in which.)
Hello. Ako nga pala yung sinayang mo 🙂—“Day breaks upon the battlefield!” ☀️— Leona (League of Legends)What I…
Whereas the cosplayer didn’t point out Dasovich’s identify, her sister Ashley Gosiengfiao appeared to have teased her by asking, “Tag ko na ba (Ought to I tag)?” This prompted netizens to say Dasovich and speculate that the comment was addressed to him.
Dasovich, in the meantime, responded to Ashley, noting that his cellphone had been “blowing up.”
“‘Wag na, nagbo-blow up na [phone] ko. Alam ko na! Naku po,” he quipped. His remark has since been eliminated, although it was captured by a number of followers.
Alodia confirmed on Nov. 14, 2021, that she and Dasovich had damaged up for “some time.” She didn’t reveal the reason for their cut up.
Dasovich introduced in 2018 that he and Alodia had been in a relationship, after she was seen in a number of of his YouTube movies on the time. The pair endured numerous ups and downs collectively as Dasovich was battling colon most cancers for many of their first 12 months as a pair.
Dasovich, who was declared cancer-free in early 2018, credit Gosiengfiao for serving to him get via the robust time. Based on him, Alodia flew to San Francisco to be with him for a few of his most cancers remedies. /ra
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