‘MAY BAGONG LESSON SI PROF’: Netizens react to Jak Roberto’s TikTok dance with Celeste Cortesi


The latest TikTok post of beauty queen Celeste Cortesi attempting a dance challenge with “Anti-Silos” Professor Jak Roberto garnered hilarious reactions from online users.

Netizens are seemingly seated for another lesson from Prof. Jak after he was seen dancing the “Wicked” challenge with the former Miss Univers on her TikTok posted on Friday, Oct. 27.

@celestecortesi A little TikTok break with @Jak Roberto here at the beautiful Roxas City #fyp #foryoupage #celestecortesi #jakroberto ♬ original sound – braydin

“A little TikTok break with @Jak Roberto here at the beautiful Roxas City,” read Celeste’s caption.

Several users reacted under the comment section, mentioning the similar color of the two’s shirts and playfully quipping about the actor learning about “getting even”.

Jak garnered attention on the internet when he inspired a wave of anti-silos memes for a supposed lack of jealousy regarding his girlfriend Barbie Forteza’s love team with fellow Kapuso actor David Licauco, popularly known as “BarDa”.

He joined the trend by organizing “in-person anti-silos sessions” with other Kapuso stars and even took his class to a Sparkle event at Jose Rizal University.

‘Prof’ Jak Roberto teaches ‘Anti-Silos’ class at Jose Rizal University

“MAY BAGONG LESSON SI PROF ??????,” a netizen commented.

“Jak Roberto University entering 2nd semester, new lesson alert,” said another.


“Jak Roberto entering in his Reputation era ?,” a Swiftie joined, referencing Taylor Swift’s 2017 album of the same name.

“Unexpected yung plot twist Celeste and Jak Roberto in one frame,” wrote another.

While Jak expressed that he doesn’t experience jealousy when he and Barbie work with other partners, he did admit that he feels saddened when fans engage in shipping wars.

Patricia Dela Roca
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