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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Repost: Isabelle Daza Says Calling Card Video Was a Private Joke

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Actress-model Isabelle Daza has responded to the growing backlash over her recent social media post of mocking the Japanese cultural practice of giving calling cards.

Speaking with the fashion website Preview, Daza explained that her post was a “private joke.”

“Well, it was a private joke that I did with my sister Ava. That’s basically it,” she was quoted as saying. “It annoys me sometimes that my sister does it because she’s not Japanese.”

In the Instagram Stories video which has been saved and shared by netizens, Daza is seen crumpling a calling card and throwing it to her younger sister, Ava.

The short clip had the text: “What I want to do when people hand me their calling cards like this.”

Daza’s post did not sit well with several netizens, including fashion blogger Tricia Gosingtian. 

On Twitter, Gosingtian wrote: “I have no words! Please respect how other cultures show respect. Read up on Japanese meishi.”

“Business cards are like an extension of themselves. Hindi lang arte nila ‘yung gesture of giving/receiving it with two hands!” she added.

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Last April, Daza apologized for her “offensive” Instagram Stories post that poked fun at African children while trying on a hat during her vacation.

“It was a lapse of judgment and I appreciate the feedback from you guys. Moving forward and I will be more mindful of what I post. Again, I am sorry,” she said. 

114 comments:

  1. Damage control? Lol

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    1. A private joke? Shared sa public? Seriously

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    2. I think its more like " i have no brain joke"

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    3. What about trying to think first before posting anything and explain later that it was just a private joke? Private jokes are not meant to be shared with everyone.

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    4. Word to these social media savvy creatures: jokes are half meant and contain half truths. So yeah, think before you click.

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    5. She is always like this. Always making excuses, pero next day or two, may taboo nanamam siyang IG story.

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  2. Private joke pero nkavideo? Don't me! Don't us!

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    1. Uhmm.private joke meaning po nun is silang magkapatid or magkaibigan lang ang makakaintindi.ginagawa din po natin yun.halimbawa.in a group of people pag may batuhan ng jokes or asaran we dont expect na lahat ng nasa circle na yun ay makakagets. Maybe a certain two or three of them lang ang tatawa kasi that joke or storyy told was encountered by the three of them lang.hope that's clear. Btw, im not am it gurl.

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    2. private joke daw..bakit ka bibigyan ng business card bg mismong kapatid mo?palusot lang eh

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    3. uh i think what they're trying to say is kung private joke bakit pa kelangan ipost sa IG na baka ma subject to misinterpretation by most people who are not in on the joke. and true enough ayan pinagpiyestahan tuloy

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    4. i think ang ibig mong sabihin ni Isabel ay "inside joke" not private joke. well, it doesn't matter anymore dahil it got posted so ano pa ang nginangawa mo.

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    5. kung private joke eh di wag na ipost sa social media wala rin naman makakaintindi kung inside joke nga. Pero ang babaw naman ng jokes na yun...

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    6. Private joke pero naka post for the public to see. That's a lame excuse. Ang tigas ng muka ng Belle na yan. Sige keep on justifying your bad attitude. Bruha!

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    7. 12:41 Everybody knows what a private joke is, huwag kang feeling matalino jan.

      I agree sa karamihan, if it's private, why make it public via social media? Attention whores.

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    8. Oy mga chikadoras! Tama si 1:42. Inside joke ang sinasabi nitong feelingerang Isabel. Pero dahil feelingera nga, gusto nya ishare sa lahat ang "inside joke." Tapos pag may nakamisinterpret kuno, ayan ang palusot.

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    9. it's not s'posed to be in socemed kung private joke naman pala, at sila sila lang rin pala makakaintindi. talagang attention seeker lang si ateng nasapawan dun sa communist hat ng mga pinsan nya kaya gumawa ng sariling eksena

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    10. Ang private joke, wala sa social media! Private nga e!

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    11. Ang private joke, wala sa social media! Private nga e! Kelan pa naging private ang IG?

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  3. And Preview came to their rescue. Wait... bakit nga ba sila palagi laman ng preview mag? Check the editors etc of the magazine, mag ka berks nila. LOL

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    1. wala naman yan kung hindi natin bilhin ang magazine na yan.

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  4. Private joke? Ang sabihin mo wala kang class at papansin ka. Palusot ka pa eh.

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  5. Private but shared publicly. Sorry sorry then gagawin uli.

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  6. Why is she so papansin?? Well i guess she needs to catch up a lot when youre tje least attractive in the group. -meanieme again

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    1. least attractive + least talented + least successful lmao

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    2. 2:07 so true. Buti pa yung tatlo, kahit papaano may career or involved sa business. Si Bell nga nga

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  7. "What I want to do when people hand me their calling cards like this.”

    You said it was a private joke between you and your sister but you said the word "people". So basically, na-negate na yung sinabi mo na annoyed ka when your sister does it.

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  8. Wala kang sustansya sa utak? Private joke pala eh di dapat hindi public sharing.

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  9. PRIVATE JOKE pero nasa IG story. teh NKKLK! with caption pa nga diba.

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  10. Naaannoy siya kapag ginagawa ng sister niya yun kasi hindi japanese? Bakit ang title "whenever people" not "whenever my sister" mukhang nanglalahat kasi eh. At kailangan ba purely japanese ka para gawin mo yung gesture? What if your sister actually wants to adapt the cultural gesture for serious reasons? Or ganon lang talaga siya magabot kasi nakasanayan na.

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    1. True that. What a lame excuse. I am not Japanese. Filipino based in another country. I work for clients all over the world and I pass my calling card. Rude for her to say that.

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    2. I agree with you 12:34. I also do this pag nag aabot ng business cards and I didn't even know it's a Japanese thing. What's so annoying about it kaya.

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    3. Tingin ko pa naman kay Isabelle educated and well brought up by her parents. Part of business etiquette on how to properly hand out your business cards. Oh well, sagana sa porma at travel kinulang naman sa breeding.

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  11. She has so many "private jokes" on a public account. Maybe she needs to keep her accounts private and she won't offend so many people.

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  12. She's really a spoiled brat.. I remember that post about african children.. this girl has no idea how the world goes. Mahilig mg travel pero walang alam sa culture or history ng ibang lugar. Puro IG post lng ang alam. Sad. With all her money, she could have done so many things. Donating to charity, educating children who are victims of war and so much more.

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  13. You can tell so much about a person for what makes them laugh. If these type of jokes makes isabelle laugh... i'll just let you guys be the judge.

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  14. Private pala kaya naka IG! NEKNEKmo

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  15. Kung private yun bakit nya pinost for public to see.

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  16. Pa-victim ka teh. It wasn't a private joke, you knew you would offend and disrespect people and you posted it anyway

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  17. Palusot.com. Her previous apology are just hollow words. I will be mindful of what I post my a*s.

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  18. Palpak na palusot. Sus! Gagawa ka na nga ng palusot, make it yung believable naman. More on with a capital M!

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  19. Defensive mode si ateng. Di sana sinabi mo "when my sis hands me cards like this again." Eh people sinabi mo, gurl.

    private joke bs.

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  20. Private joke pero posted publicly haha yeah, what a joke ang damage control mo. Don't try so hard, it's not like you have anything to lose. You're more of a reality star, a D lister. So don't expend so much energy fibbing.

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  21. Even if her sister is not Japanese, the fact that Belle disrespected a polite gesture shows what an uncouth person she really is.

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  22. If it was a private joke, the why post it publicly? Hmmm

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  23. cras! no respect to other culture.tsk tsk tsk

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  24. Obviously ang pahiwatig ni Belle dito is another non-apology: "I'm sorry you didn't get the joke and don't have my sense of humour." Sya na ang mali pero sya pa din ang nagmamalaki na private joke nilang magkapatid yun.

    So basically she made it worse because she now revealed that she and her sister make fun of other cultures in private, and this is not just a one time occurrence. Repeat offenders and ignorant talaga sila and they are proud of it, to the point where they felt it okay to show their ignorance in public. Idiots.

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  25. Palusot si "non-foreigner" na aura ni Belle. Acting like a foreigner kunwari kahit the face doesn't look the part. How would she feel when people say these things to her, no? Tsk!

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  26. Belle, even if your sister Ava is not Japanese, it goes to show that the latter is imbibing the culture of the Japanese. It's not a petty tradition for you to mock such a thing.

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    1. Even if it was a private joke it's so insensitive of her to act that way. They have good heads on their shoulders yet act so dumb and disrespectful in public. Gloria must be so proud of her girls.

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  27. Eh di sana sa FB na lang niya pinost tapos private din, tipong mga katulad lang niyang feeling entitled alta kuno ang makakapanood. SMH.

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  28. Kung private joke yan bakit sa public forum mo inilabas? Hindi ka private person. Kung gusto mo private kayo kayo na lang magkakitaan ng video na yan. Hindi nakikita ng ibang tao.

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  29. sus lagi naman ganyan. money can't buy class talaga.

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  30. Let's stop calling them "it" girls.. they don't deserve it.. pera lng naman meron sila.. I wonder where their brain go to

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    1. fake girls. malditahin, may pera sure, super ultra rich...NOT!

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    2. My pera lng sila kaya maporma kaya gumaganda but i really dont find them beautiful.

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  31. Whether private or not, her joke is tasteless and insulting to other people's culture. Enough already.

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  32. For people who claim to be educated, they are acting opposite of what their privilege afforded them. Their entitlement is embarrassing to Pinoys everywhere. Her mom isn't any better, tolerating everything they do. Go back to school...

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  33. Gloria went to great lengths para maging well traveled ang mga anak niya. Obviously puro sight seeing at ootd lang ginawa nila all those years. Walang appreciation for history or cultural education. Parenting fail.

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    1. They're the kind of tourists who visit other countries and then disrespect the history and culture. Nagtravel lang para masabi na nakakalabas ng bansa and can afford to go places pero zero class and no interest in enriching their mind and being cultured. Puro landi and arte lang ang alam.

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    2. troot napaka superficial ni Belle pero mukhang ok naman si Ava

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    3. 1:28am, there are really some people who "TRAVEL" for the sake of "masabing nag-travel and can afford mag-travel" na mentality.

      Mas uunahin pa ang outfit and "fail na pa-witty caption" imbes sa appreciation of the history, culture, etc of the places they visit. Nakakahiya that kind of mentality. So TH and bobo.

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    4. Sadly, some people for vanity. Case in point

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  34. Demeaning private joke ba? Mukhang madami sya non ah

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    1. Isabelle was raised by a strong, well respected and smart mother, yet she turned out this way. I wonder why.

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  35. “It annoys me sometimes that my sister does it because she’s not Japanese.”

    you annoy me. lusot pa more.

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  36. Naku naman belle. Mukhang hindi pinagisipan ang alibi. Doesnt make sense. It only proves wala talagang laman ang kukote ni ate

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  37. why is there such bitterness on belle lately? may problema ba ito? what's the point of all these intentional rude gestures on soc. media? di ba kayo nagtatanong sa ganyang aspect?

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  38. Oh, so we're at fault for not getting the joke. Sorry naman, considering you shared it to your 2M followers. Lame

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  39. btw kudos to Tricia Gosingtian for speaking up! She's been my fave Filipino influencer for years. She knows what's up. Thank you for saying what Belle did isn't right!

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    1. well, tricia has been a fan of japanese culture. she loves a lot of things that are japanese so i guess it's personal for her.

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  40. Obviously, poor breeding. And please , she is not glamorous, she is tacky.

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  41. weh wala ng bibili sa paninda nyo at sa resto nyo. Mabulok kayong lahat

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  42. Private joke but made public? Ok whatever isabelle🙄 Money can't buy class

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  43. the caption is "people" not "my sister". palusot 101

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  44. Filipinos are sometimes overly sensitive. Lahat na lang napakadaling maoffend. Hindi naman kayo Japanese. Pero kapag puti ang gumawa, sasabihin joke lang matatawa kayo. Welcome to 2017!

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    1. Balat sibuyas man ang Pinoy meron namang point ang sentiments nila about this matter. Nakaka-dismaya ang ginawa nila kaya nag-react ang mga tao.

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    2. So dahil hindi ka Japanese okay lang bastusin mo culture nila? ito siguro ang dahilan kaya andaming pinoy nakatira or nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa na bastos kung umasal.

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    3. 1:33 do you get my point? Why are you over reacting kung ang mga Japanese nga hindi OA mag react eh. Lahat na lang kinaooffendan. Oh millenials.

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    4. Hindi naman kinakailangan maging Japanese para magreact at tawagin ang atensyon nya para sa hindi pagrespeto ng ibang kultura. Kaalaman na din yan para sa kanya at sa mga iba na hindi nakakaintindi kung bakit hindi katawatawa ang ginawa nya.

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  45. The mom brought glory to the country while the daughter is nothing but a disgraceful-uncultured swine.

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  46. Private jokes are not meant to be shared on social media. This "nouveau riche" girl will do everything to gain attention. Girl you may be rich but you are not socially accepted.

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  47. Ironic how the daughter of miss universe is so culturally insensitive and racist

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    1. Not ironic, the miss universe mom is also the same - a bigot. Check her old interviews, as in when she just won the right to represent in the miss universe pageant.

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    2. ang taas kasi ng mga tingin nito sa sarili nila. Lakas ng sense of entitlement.

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  48. Once an airhead.... Always an airhead!!! Boo!!

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  49. Nothing is private in social media. This is a lame excuse.

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  50. Sa ibang bansa kapag binigyan ka nila gamit ng dalawang kamay meaning sincere sila specially Chinese people.

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  51. Private joke pero pinost sa public?pampam kung ganun!

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  52. iprivate mo ig mo sabel! lol

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  53. ay nko shut up isabelle, mashado kang papansin ang TH mo noh

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  54. Never expected anything good from Isabelle and the rest of her barkada.

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  55. sorry Belle walang natawa sa joke mo...

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  56. I remember one time, she also posted in her ig story saying non-verbatim: "can't help it, my american english comes naturally.' Masyadong cinacareer ang pagka feeling alta ni ate girl ha?

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    1. Hahaha! Did she really say that? There's no such thing as American accent kasi pa-iba2x ang accent dito between sa Southern States and Northern States.

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  57. Ang sabi mo kase "this is what i do to people who hands business card like that"...hindi nman to your sister lang.

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  58. Hindi ako sikat. Pero pag may ipopost ako at may private joke na alam kong offensive sa iba I always make sure na generic or socially acceptable joke yung ipopost ko. Because, we have what we call "social obligation", Belle. GMRC is not for everyone, I guess. Stop Making Stupid People Famous.

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    1. true that! and stop patronizing fake people. Just because, they look cool on IG or in any socmed, doesn't mean that they own the world. A lot of these "show offs" are FAKES.

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  59. Bastos naman talaga karamihan sa mga Pilipino. Yung ka trabaho kong Pinay ke tanda tanda na, kahit sabihan ko wag magtapon ng basura tapon parin ng tapon. Parang nasa Pilipinas lang. Di na nga kagalingan sa trabaho, mahina utak kung mag inarte matinde.

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    1. so kung bastos yang ka trabaho mo, so dapat bastos din si Belle,is that your point? naniniwala ako na marami ding Pilipino ang hindi bastos. Excuse me

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  60. Yung mag pinsan nagkakalat sa social media lol

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  61. Self-contradicting statements. She admits here that she is dissing the practice:

    “It annoys me sometimes that my sister does it because she’s not Japanese.”

    They practice this way of handing business cards here in the Philippines too, which is a good thing, bec who doesn't like well-mannered people?

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  62. mga bratinellang papampam, parang tumatandang paurong

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  63. tutal brats mga yan, wag nating suportahan ang mga brands na pinopromote nila at mga restaurants nila.

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  64. I just unfollowed all of them on IG and it's actually refreshing not to have to look these self-entitled "it-girls" kuno!

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  65. If it was a private joke, then why put it in social media that the public has access to like Instagram? Stupid explanation.......unfollowed her.

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  66. She's trying way too hard to maintain that so called IT Girl status now, it's painful to watch. Private joke my A$$, private but shared in public. Lame excuse by the way.

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    1. What can you expect from an ignoramus.

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    2. Gumagawa nang gimik pag walang talent.

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    3. They like to be noticed and talked about. That is for sure.

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    4. Hay naku, ganyan and gimik lagi.

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  67. Trying hard kasi.

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