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Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil have broken up—Ogie Diaz

By NICK GARCIA Published May 31, 2023 9:40 am

Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil have broken up, her former talent manager Ogie Diaz said.

In the May 30 episode of his vlog posted on YouTube, Ogie said he got the word about the supposed split based on Soberano's answers in her recent interviews that made the headlines.

"(Sa) mga nakaraang interviews ni Liza, never niyang binanggit si Enrique Gil," he said. "Tapos iyong parang hindi pa siya pabor sa mga pagtatatag ng love team, kaya nagkaroon ng agam-agam na baka nga wala na sila."

Liza isn't also seemingly posting about Enrique anymore, especially on his birthday last March 30.

Ogie claimed that his former talent's "choice" to pursue a career in Hollywood led to the breakup.

"Hindi ko alam kung pareho nilang gusto iyon, pero ang nakarating sa atin ay choice ni Liza na tutukan muna ang kanyang career programming," he said. "Kaya wala na raw (sila)."

Ogie, citing anonymous sources, said Enrique made efforts to make Liza stay but she, an "alpha girl," doesn't really want to anymore.

There was also an instance when Liza returned to the Philippines without the actor's knowledge.

"Sana hindi totoo na hiwalay na sila," said Ogie. "Kung meron mang gap... misunderstanding, (sana) ma-patch."

But if LizQuen is already over indeed, the talent manager is hoping that they remain friends if not civil with each other.

He also dismissed the idea that there was a third party in the relationship.

Ogie pointed out that neither Liza nor Enrique had confirmed or denied the breakup rumors. Their representatives have yet to issue a statement on the issue.

"Hindi natin alam kung ano iyong rason ng kanilang split up. Pero wala pa namang announcement, so iyon ang ating aabangan."

The LizQuen loveteam debuted in the teleserye Forevermore in 2014. Liza and Enrique were in a relationship for the past eight years, though they only went public about their status in 2019.