Damit nina Coleen at Billy sa photo shoot nilait, mumurahin ang tela
LAIT ang inabot nina Billy Crawford at Coleen Garcia dahil ang telang ginamit sa kanilang outfit na kuha sa Africa ay mumurahin lang daw.
Nag-viral ang photo ng isang ginang where she was clutching a bag na katulad ng tela ng suit ni Billy. Meron din isang sala set na katulad din ng tela ng damit ni Billy. ‘Yung outfit naman ni Coleen, may kaparehong placemat.
With that, lait ang inabot ng magdyowa pati na rin ang kanilang stylist.
“Sobrang natawa ako kasi he was trying to look sophisticated and regal pero yun tela ng damit mumurahin lang pala! Hahahaha.”
“As in hindi lang lookalike e, sobrang yun mismo. Okay lang sana if the couple were aware of the fabric they’d be wearing and talagang theme nila is to make cheap fabric into high-fashion clothing kaso they even failed in this miserably.”
“Fire the stylist or tailor. Demand for a refund. Unacceptable. They are public figures.”
“Lakas tawa ko kasi feeling ni Billy fashionista sya just to find out naisahan sya ng stylist nya!”
‘Yan ang say ng bashers.
“Grabe. People pointing out rudeness from B and C’s behalf pero di nila alam, for ganon talaga ang elegant look ng African culture. Dito sa Italy, pag Sunday, African people wear colorful attires. It was funny at first but then I realized it was just part of them. Pinoy ignorance always reach it’s finest and people end up doing kung ano man bintang nila,” defended one fan of the couple.
“Hindi naman ang african culture ang issue. Eh yung they are celebrities who are known for expensive taste, just to find out na ang tailor used a cheap cloth to make Billy’s outfit. When pretentious people are so full of themselves, tapos maisahan lang ng sastre,” sagot ng isang basher.
“I see no fault in this as the chances of having multiple designers or sewing enthusiasts use the same fabric here in the country are high.”
‘Yan naman ang paliwanag ni Adrianne Concepcion, stylist ng couple.
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