Ethel Booba pinagtripan sina Bea, Julia at Maja
ANG daming nag-react sa pagpe-playtime ni Ethel Booba sa photos nina Maja Salvador, Julia Barretto and Bea Alonzo.
On her Instagram account, in-edit ni Ethel ang photo to make it appear na kasama siya sa litrato when actually ay pinalitan lang niya ng mukha niya ang face ni Maja, “Pinagbati ko na sila. Charot! #TeamEthel.” That was her caption which elicited guffaws among her followers.
“Hahaha! IBA! Ikaw talaga ang kailangan ng bayan na ‘to for peace & harmony, mamsh.”
“Why? Of cors it is edited. Super obvious naman pinatong lang si Booba.”
“Edited to halatang nilagay lang si Bea at Julia sa likod ni Ethel.”
“Hoy Ethel kahit edited to tawang tawa pa rin ako. Hahahahaha! sira.”
“Mabuti naman para mai-stop na ang national issue na ito. May tama ka, Ethel.”
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In her latest post, Marjorie Barretto dropped hints that her Instagram account was nearly hacked.
Sadly, no one’s believing her. No one’s symphatizing with her. Although may katotohanan naman ang kanyang ipinost, still and all, public opinion were against her.
What netizens were saying is that she was nagpapapansin, that she has a new paandar. There are those who were saying that all she wanted to show to all and sundry is that someone is desperate to hack her account.
“Nakalimutan nya yung password tapos blame nya sa hacker. Anything for attention.”
“Panibagong paandar. Di umubra yung ghost writer gimik. Haha! Mukhang she’s insinuating na may kinalaman si Sestra sa IG hack.”
“Baka gusto nya sabihin na hinack ni Greta IG nya. Asus pa victim na naman.”
“Gusto lang nya iparating sa lahat na shes relevant already, biro mo may nag-try mag-hack ng IG nya, lol.”
“So, ang palalabasin is nahack ang IG nya at di sya ang naglagay ng ghost writer sa bio, jusko Marj, lumang tugtugin na yang ganyang kacheapan dahil nabasag ka ni Gretch.”
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