Don’t miss the last two episodes on iWantTFC
Max (Belle Mariano) is caught between her past and her present as her ex-boyfriend RJ (Jeremiah Lisbo) suddenly returned to her life just when she is beginning to fall in love with Deib (Donny Pangilinan) in the last two episodes of the hit series “He’s Into Her” on iWantTFC.
Deib finally confessed to Max that he likes her and intends to be her boyfriend. But their blossoming relationship might have to take a backseat with the return of RJ, who also happens to be the team captain of Deib’s rival basketball school.
RJ has returned into Max’s life to rekindle their friendship after ghosting her and breaking her heart. Although Max gave him the cold shoulder at first, she ultimately accepted his apology after learning of his harsh and lonely experience in the United States.
Deib, on the other hand, is unaware that Max has resolved her issues with RJ and that they are back to being friends. RJ, however, is not the only threat to Max and Deib’s blossoming romance, since Deib’s ex-girlfriend Kimeniah (Dalia Verde) has also returned to break them apart.
How will Deib react when he finds out that Max has rekindled her friendship with RJ?
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