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LOOK: Architect of ex couple Wil Dasovich and Alodia Gosiengfiao's dream house posts his own 'sinayang' entry

Check out the 'sinayang' post of Wil Dasovich and Alodia Gosiengfiao's architect.

LOOK: Architect of ex couple Wil Dasovich and Alodia Gosiengfiao's dream house posts his own 'sinayang' entry-Toff C.
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01/18/2022 12:03 PM
LOOK: Architect of ex couple Wil Dasovich and Alodia Gosiengfiao's dream house posts his own 'sinayang' entry
Photo credits to @LlyanOliverAustriaOfficial on Facebook

Following the viral "sinayang" and "sinaing" posts of ex-couple Alodia Gosiengfiao and Wil Dasovich, the supposed architect of their dream house also posted his own entry.

On his Facebook page, architect Llyan Austria posed with the image of the dream house he designed for Wil and Alodia. He wrote in the caption, "Hi, ako nga pala sinayang nyo.


The architect's post did not go unnoticed.

Wil commented, "Ok lang yan pre gawa tayo bago ulit."

Llyan then told Wil, "Lesdudis mah dude, tig isa kayo ng bahay?? haha, stonks!!"

Meanwhile, Alodia’s sister Ashley Gosiengfiao commented, "Tag…ina sayang nga."

Llyan's Facebook post has already gained more than 260K reactions as of this writing. 

On January 13, Alodia shared a photo of herself in an elegant gown while walking down the staircase in a hotel in West Hollywood with the caption, "Hi. Ako nga pala yung sinayang mo." 

Following Alodia's Facebook post, Wil made a post which netizens believed was his funny response to his ex-girlfriend's "sinayang" post. 

Wil posed with a rice cooker and wrote, "Hi, ako nga pala yung sinaing mo."

It was in November 2021 when Alodia confirmed on social media that she and Wil had already broken up.  

Alodia Gosiengfiao confirms breakup with Wil Dasovich: ‘Some things are not meant to be’

"To those asking, wala na kame. It's been a while. We tried to work things out many times but some things are not meant to be. I hope you respect our privacy during this time in our lives," she said in a Facebook post.