You have every reason to be worried. People who have nothing to hide have no reason to be blocking other people on Whatsapp or any social media really unless the other person is your obsessive-compulsive/possibly narcissistic psychopath ex whom you have a restraining order against but continually reaches out to reconcile the relationship by sending you unsolicited dick pics every hour on the hour. Feel free to block that. Otherwise, I would bet a bottle of 2004 Soldera Brunello di Montalcino Riserva (that's a super important Brunello for serious collectors according to Google) that this Italian man from Bergamo is married. Interestingly enough, a lot of Italian men have an issue with the word "divorced", perhaps due to translation or context misunderstanding. Completely plausible. I can see why they get confused so I'll just clarify here that they often say they are divorced when what they really mean is they are married assholes looking to get laid while away on business. You could always test it out and surprise him in Bergamo, reserve a table at a popular restaurant in the city center and see how fast he comes up with an excuse to go to a "much better" agriturismo that conveniently enough, happens to be situated in the middle of nowhere. Or maybe he'll happen to be "out of town on business". Whatever the case, I'll be free to meet you for drinks after this all goes down. We can even pop that Brunello together. I'd also ask you to reconsider why you'd want to stay friends with someone who has been acting suspiciously for the entirety of your relationship, made you question his honesty, and who blocks you intermittently on Whatsapp. Seems like the makings of a pretty shit friend to me and ain't nobody got time for that. If he isn't being completely transparent with you, a man should not even get the benefit of having a DC dining buddy. You shouldn't be sharing a table with him, much less anything else.
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