Rufa Mae lumelebel ang shoe collection kay Imelda

By Alex Brosas August 26,2019
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Rufa Mae lumelebel ang shoe collection kay Imelda

By Alex Brosas August 26,2019
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WHEN Rufa Mae Quinto posted sa Instagram a video and a photo of her shoe collection na ibinebenta niya, marami ang nalula sa dami ng kanyang sapatos na lahat siyempre ay branded.

“Kaya I need to clean my @rufamaecloset @rufamaeclearance para todo na to! Go go go Help me guys to de clutter my self and closets amen,” say niya sa photo ng shoes niya.

In a short video where her daughter was shown wearing a pair of high heels while walking ay ito naman ang caption ng comedienne, “Grabe ka anak @alexandriamagallanes … manang mana ka sa akin. 2 years old pero laging naka high heels.”

Sa kanyang IG post ay ipinaliwanag ni Rufa Mae ang tatlong dahilan kung bakit may enormous shoe collection siya.

“Some of my SHOE COLLECTION OR COLLECTIONS. 3 things why I Love shoes.

“1. I only have 1 shoes – wala akong sapatos bata ako hanggang 15 years old! going to school laging butas swelas ko- dahil walang pamasahe walk lang ng walk ako! Butas shoes nag kalyo tuloy feet ko. Ouwwwchy!

“2. Quality reliable- matibay mga shoes na may brand kasi nadapa ako sa hagdanan when I had a show year 2000, naputol shoes ko na Gucci pero buhay pa din s’ya kahit super tagal na.

“3. Reward to myself -nagagamit ko sa work ko as an actresses shoes more than bags kasi pag nag show laging may shoes na suot so gift ko to myself each project I buy shoes.”

Ang daming nag-react sa post na ‘yun ni Rufa Mae, with some netizens comparing her to the former First Lady Imelda Marcos who had more than 3,000 shoes in her previous collection.

“Grabe nalula ako ate sa dami nakakaloka ka tlagaaaaa! TODOOO.”

“Imeldefic! Wow parang imelda ang daming shoes.”

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