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Moira Dela Torre trends on Twitter following breakup rumors with Jason Hernandez

By JUSTINE PUNZALAN Published Apr 14, 2022 3:57 pm Updated Apr 14, 2022 6:11 pm

"I won't believe in love again."

This was the reaction of Moira Dela Torre's fans when the singer trended on Twitter today, April 14, following rumors of her alleged breakup with her husband Jason Marvin Hernandez.

The couple's rumored split began making the rounds online when eagle-eyed fans noticed that the "Queen of Hugot Songs" seemingly deleted all photos of Jason on her Instagram feed.

As of writing, there is still one photo of Moira and Jason on the singer's Instagram account — one that captured their romantic dinner date in ANGKLA Beach Club in Palawan. The post, dated February 2, was published in partnership with Xiaomi.

Fans also noted that Moira deleted the surname "Hernandez" on her Facebook and Instagram accounts, as well as cleared their videos off her TikTok account.

In addition, fans pointed out that Jason's new song "Wag Kang Lalapit" speaks about a couple going through a rough patch in their relationship.

"Wag kang lalapit diyan ka lang, at baka makita ang lahat ng aking kahinaan pilit kong tinakpan. At kung malaman mo kaya, mga kasalanang nagawa, kaya bang matanggap 'pag di na ako nagpanggap," Jason sings in a video uploaded on his Instagram page on April 13.

The singer-songwriter couple has not lost all their connections, though, as they still follow each other on Instagram. James, meanwhile, still has photos of his wife on his Instagram account.

Moira debunked the rumors with an Instagram Story uploaded at 5 p.m. today, April 14, that shows her and vlogger Mimiyuuuh dining at a restaurant. "Look @jasonmarvinph ur favorite [lobster emoji]," the singer wrote as the caption.

Screenshot from Moira Dela Torre on Instagram

Moira and Jason have been friends since college and got engaged on April 29, 2018 during the music video shoot of Moira's song "Tagpuan."

They had their civil wedding rites on January 8, 2019, followed by a garden wedding on January 14 the same year in Tagaytay City.