Even a Supreme Court Justice Has Weighed In On The Bea-Gerald-Julia Issue
It seems like all anyone can talk about nowadays is the controversy surrounding celebrities Gerald Anderson, Bea Alonzo, and Julia Barretto. Everyone is burning with questions for the stars, asking things like “did Gerald really ghost Bea?” or “Was there a third party involved?” Some of these questions have now been answered, which leaves room for more interesting queries.
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It’s not even only regular people like us who have become concerned with the drama. The intrigue is so far-reaching that high-profile personalities have started to weigh in. One such figure was Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen who took to Twitter to apparently express her opinion on the matter.
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Justice Leonen shared her take when asking: “Dear Bea and Julia, is he really worth it? #JustAsking”. It seems to be a highly relevant question with more than 31k likes and 5.2k retweets.
Dear Bea and Julia,
is he really worth it?#JustAsking
— Marvic Leonen (@marvicleonen) August 7, 2019
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Even Muntinlupa Rep. Ruffy Biazon joined in on the fun by quote tweeting the statement and saying what we were all thinking: “You know it has become a national issue when a justice of the SC asks a clarificatory question.” He continues the joke by adding: “Now I’m contemplating to file an inquiry in aid of legislation.”
You know it has become a national issue when a justice of the SC asks a clarificatory question. Now I’m contemplating to file an inquiry in aid of legislation . https://t.co/2HbEkTj8Vo
— Ruffy Biazon (@ruffybiazon) August 7, 2019
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What would your answer to Justice Leonen’s question be — is he worth it?
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