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Anonymous D begging someone in EDSA: Wag na tayo mag-break, please!


A mystery billboard not to break up displayed on a billboard along C5 Southbound near Eastwood City has captured the attention of netizens and sparked a flurry of online speculation. 

The unusual public appeal, featuring the message “‘Wag na tayo mag-break, please” accompanied by a sad face emoji and signed by someone named “D,” has led to widespread conjecture about its origin, particularly its possible links to Philippine showbiz.

The billboard, which was highlighted in a video by Gifer Fernandez, quickly went viral, reaching 384,000 reactions, 10,000 comments, and 42,000 shares on Facebook. 

The billboard’s message and the anonymity of “D” have fueled discussions, with many guessing that the billboard could be related to recent high-profile celebrity breakups.

Speculation has centered around two of the entertainment industry’s most prominent figures, Dominic Roque and Daniel Padilla, both known for their respective relationships with leading ladies, Bea Alonzo and Kathryn Bernardo.

The billboard’s timing has led to intense curiosity, with fans and followers eagerly awaiting a confirmation or denial from either of the supposed parties involved.

The viral billboard has not only stirred conversations about the personal lives of these celebrities but has also highlighted the public’s fascination with and investment in the romantic affairs of stars. 

With neither Dominique Roque nor Daniel Padilla stepping forward to claim, the online community continues to buzz with theories, support, and skepticism.

As the story unfolds, the question remains: Who is “D,” and for whom is this public plea intended? 

Until either Dominic Roque, Daniel Padilla, or another individual comes forward to claim responsibility for the message, the identity of “D” and the entire story behind the billboard will remain the subject of widespread conjecture and fascination among netizens and fans alike.

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