Social media stars Ranz Kyle and Niana Guerrero have broken ground for their long-awaited dream house.
In a vlog released last June 30, Ranz shared his excitement for his family who will be getting a new house after several years.
“We, as a family, bought a lot. You know, this has been there for a while now. Like years ago. This is the only time na magsta-start ‘yung groundbreaking,” Ranz said.
While the groundbreaking was supposed to happen years back, the ongoing pandemic prevented them from starting with the construction of the house.
“It’s supposed to happen like years ago pa. But the pandemic happened, so everything got delayed,” Ranz said.
Sharing his plans for the house, he said: “Marami kaming styles so may mga suggestions kami sa mga rooms namin.”
Niana said she would miss their old house where she grew up in. “I’m gonna miss our old house, though. Kasi everything happened there. We’re gonna cry when we leave. I lived there my whole life,” she said.
Renz, who always wanted to have a place of his own, will build a loft which will serve as his mini-house.
“I wanted a loft ‘cause I wanted like my own place. So there’s like a small kitchen, a small bar, a living room,” he said.
Meanwhile, Ranz and Niana’s dad shared how happy he is to know that each member of the family contributed to fulfill their dream of building a house happen.
“Nakakatuwa kasi isipin mo pinaghirapan ng buong family. Lahat sila nag-contribute para ma-achieve ‘tong pangarap. Malapit ng itayo ‘yung aming dream house,” Ranz and Niana’s dad said.
“We’re very thankful and grateful and I hope ma-welcome kami dito sa community. Shout-out pala sa mga new neighbors namin,” he added.
The duo’s mom said she feels thankful for finally getting a house of their own after so many years.
“Masaya ako kasi natuloy na din after two years. Ito na. Totoong-totoo na na mangyayari. Thankful ako kasi magkakaroon na kami ng sarili naming house,” Ranz and Niana’s mom said.
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Ranz and Niana, who are best known for their dance covers on social media, have made a built a fanbase not just in the Philippines, but also across Southeast Asia. Ranz has over 14 million subscribers on YouTube while his sister Niana has more than 13 million subscribers on the video-sharing platform.
On Facebook, Ranz has over 13 million followers while Niana has more than 23 million followers.