Friday, May 25, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Solenn Heussaff Replies to Persistent Netizen Questioning Her Being 'Filipino'



Images courtesy of Twitter: solennheussaff

110 comments:

  1. PaBibo ka kasi ayan naWiki ka tuloy.

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  2. pa "Know it all" si koya

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    1. Si koya ung tipong kaibigan ng tatay mong know it all. Yung tipong may nasearch lang sa wiki makikipag away na as if alam na alam nya lahat

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  3. Anong problema ng kapwa nating pinoy? Kapag naman may nakapag bigay parangal from abroad "proud pinoy" agad kahit 0.01% pinoy blood lang. sus!

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    1. Thissssss!!

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    2. KOREK ka dyan!!! Kahit nga mukha o kulay pinoy lang inaangkin eh..

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    3. Yun yung mga "fan" mentality! Mababa ang level ng pag-iisip kaya nga fan ang tawag sa kanila...

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    4. 2:17 ...labo mo. Ano pinagsasasabi mo jan, lolz

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    5. Asar na asar ako sa mga tao na "proud to be Filipino" na comment. It's not about the race or where you came from - it's about the individual's talent

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    6. Ay you are so True 12:23.

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    7. Thumbnail palang troll na troll na ang pagmumukha

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    8. Sana naman by now naisip na ng mga kapwa natin na pinoy na may pagkabias din ang ibang tao lalo na ang fans and showbiz sa mga halfies. Mas mabenta ang mga halfies kahit yung iba wala naman talent, sadyang may ichura lang. Di mo din naman masisisi ang mga halfies dahil di naman nila un choice

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  4. Why cant we all just be happy na meron mga foreign blood na proud maging filipino kahit some of our pure pinoy kababayans ayaw na maging pinoy. Kailangan pa bang i-question yan? My gosh. Kung tutuusin mas malaki pa naaambag nyang si Solenn sa tax natin kesa sa buo and full blooded pinoys na nakatira sa skwaters na walang ginagawa kundi magparami ng lahi

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    1. winner yung last sentence mo.

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    2. Its not about the money. Nasa bansa natin sya nag ttrabaho kaya dapat lang mag abide sya sa law. It's about embracing being a filipino. By her way of living muka ba syang filipino kahit pa nandito sya sa bansa natin nakatira (which btw, nagpapayaman din sakanya ay mga pinoy). Yung mga dayuhan na yan claiming to be pinoy lang dahil dito sila nagkaka pera. Tignan nalang natin kung turista lang yan dito kung proud pa sila sabi nga madaming pinoy ang ayaw na maging pinoy. Sila pa kaya? Lalo na kung di sila kumikita dito. Just a cent

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    3. Haha. Onga noh, nakairita talaga mga pilipino nagpaparami ng lahi, di naman afford. Haayy if only yung mga kapatid ng nanay ko may utak. Nanay ko lang nag family planning sa kanila kasi alam nya mahirap magpapalaki ng maraming anak na di kakayanin ang gastos.

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    4. True 1:57.

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    5. Eh ano naman kung dito sila kumikita? Sinong bang ayaw kumita ng pera? Mga pinoy lumalabas pa ng bansa para kumita din naman at wag ka nakalanghap lang ng ibang hangin di na makapagtagalog.Sa dami ng talent ni Solenn, mabubuhay yan kahit mas piliin nyang tumira sa France kahit di sya artista. Hindi ba pwede mahalin nila yung Pilipinas dahil sa mahal lang talaga nila yung bansa natin? Mapangduda lang talaga kayo. As she said in her last sentence, she is a Filipino period.

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    6. She earns a lot of money because she is half-foreigner di ba. She earns it in this country so she should pay her taxes di ba. Confusing ang point mo.

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    7. 2:30 agree. with her talent, wit and beauty im sure aasenso yan kht san. bitter lng un iba dyan hahaha

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    8. @2:20 nag "true" ka sa sarili mo (1:57)...hitayin mong may mag-agree sa'yo..

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    9. @ 1:57 i guess hindi mo alam how solenn has showcased our culture in her works and projects. Mas mag react ka siguro kung hindi nya pinagmamalaki na Pinoy sya tapos kumikita ng malaki.

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    10. 1:57 you're exactly right! Buhay mayaman dila dito at tinitingala kasi mga tisay/tisoy..may maids/driver pa yan at di naman nakikihalo bilo sa ordinaryong fil.

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    11. 6:57 so bitter ka kasi halfie sila and may pinagkakakitaan? may mga halfie din namang deadbeat nakatira dito ah? instead of complaining, why don't you work hard and earn money for yourself? you're a typical crab

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    12. 1:57 ano ba yung way of living dapat ng mga Filipino? Yung maging dukha at mag-asal na inaapi sila ng ibang lahi?

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    13. Fyi 6:57. Sakanilang lahat na “it girls” si solenn ang pinakamayaman. May big time company yung father nya sa france so kahit di sya magtrabaho buhay pa din sya.

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    14. Yes!!! Panalo comment mo lalo yung last part

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    15. Kung bigtime businessman bakit nasa pilipinas? Long distance ang pag manage? Dapat hands on ka sa business mo..masarap lang buhay nila dito kaya gusto nila dito..ang ganda ganda sa france such a beautiful country..the top tourist destination in the world ayaw pa nila doon? Strange! Kasi doon wala maids!

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    16. 8:56, u can run a business without being there 24/7. They have a home there in France. Did it occur to you that maybe they fly back and forth or maybe they have other ppl working for them who takes care of the day to day dealings? This is a techie world now. May Skype at internet na. U can do business online. They probably want to live there in Pinas cuz most of their families are there.

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    17. Nakakatawa na dati nakkwestyon kung bakit di pa magbaby sila nico, ang reason ng marami dahil si solenn puro trabaho. Tapos ngayon pati kinikita ni solenn issue pa din?? Ano ba problema nyo sakanya? Bawal maghanap buhay??

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  5. I googled "Filipino." A native or inhabitant of the Philippines, or a person of Filipino descent. So it's not gender specific. At ano namang pinaglalaban nitong commenter?

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    1. Lagi kong nae-encounter yan. "Pinay/Filipina" daw dapat pag babae. Kailan pa naging gender specific ang nationality/ethnicity? Millenials lang ang mga yan.

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    2. Onga. Like “Pinoy”, it doesn’t only pertain to guys.

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    3. Obvious ang bashe na ito na hindi nakikinig sa "Filipino" class. Mula Grade 1 tinuturo na yan. Kakaloka sya. Me-ma lang

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    4. even sa filling out ng docs, sa Nationality ang dapat sinusulat ay Filipino, lalaki o babae.

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  6. Solenn, just say you eat SINIGANG cause that's the basis of being a true Filipino.

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    1. We’re known here in the US how good pancit, chicken adobo And lumpia are...

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    2. Bwisit ka te hahahaha

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    3. 12:31 pabibo

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    4. Baka hindi naman kumakain yan ng sinigang o bagoong o nagkakamay..lagi yan steak at dinner out in fancy restaurants!

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    5. 6:54 yun na ba ang basehan para masabing Filipino ka?

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    6. I looooove sinigang! LOL!

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    7. Uy na-hurt yata si 5:34 hahahaha

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    8. 1231 love for sinigang or adobo or other Filipino delicacies is a representation of loving the Filipino culture. Meaning, a FILIPINO by HEART!

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    9. luh si 1:54 hindi updated sa mga jokes

      search mo liza soberano sinigang para makarelate ka naman cheret

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  7. I don’t understand... pero we claim, among others, si Jordan Clarkson, who grew up in the US, as pinoy. Solenn as she claims grew in the Philippines pero binabash.

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    1. I totally agree,may konting dugong Filipino athletes or celebs grew-up in foreign land claims by some Filipinos as truly their own when they know nothing about Philippine Culture..I would say to anyone that questions someones true race or nationality ? IT'S ALL IN THE HEART ?

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    2. Si Jessica Sanchez nga sinabi Latina siya. Pero sige pa rin ang claim ng Pinoys. Lol.

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    3. Anon 2:14, even yung bagong Kim sa Miss Saigon said she does not understand why peple keep telling her she’s Pinay she has not even set foot in the Philippines and grew up with her Mexican mom.

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  8. Tama naman si Solenn, why is it always becomes a battle? Puro away na lang. At parang baliw lang si Koya, kung ano anong concept ang nalalaman. Be concrete, practical and don't live in your self proclaimed superior brains.

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  9. Filipino is not a race. It's a concept, an identity.

    PA DEEP SI KUYA! HINDI KO KINAYA. MAY LAHING PINOY SI SOLENN. TAPOS. KKLK KA KUYA.

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    1. bakla nalito rin ako, so all this time pag nagfill out ako ng form at filipino ang nilalagay sa race mali pala HAHAHA

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  10. OA ng netizen na to! Pa-smarty pants, nasupalpal tuloy ni Solenn.

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  11. OA ang pagka-patriotic ni kuya parang robin padilla levels lang lol

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  12. Anu ba tong netizen na to parang di nag aral ng sibika! Ibalik sa grade 1!

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    1. Sibika at kultura. Add na rin ang Araling Panlipunan.

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    2. Law student yan! Hahaha

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    3. 1:47. Really law student siya? wow, bakit utak talangka siya? Hahahaha

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  13. nakakainis pag naki-question pagiging Pilipino mo at lalong nakakagalit na naiisip ng iba na mas lamang sila sa pagiging Pilipino. contest ba ang pagiging Pilipino?

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  14. Si basher mema lang. Solen is actually an upgrade of us being Filipino

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    1. Hahaha.....insulto mo ang hindi halfbreed?

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    2. Assuming 3:16? Maybe by upgrade, she meant artistic, talented, and well-educated as compared to the lowlives?

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  15. Does Solenn's mother from a rich background rin? Her mother seems to be a simple and down-to-earth woman naman. As per article before, Bayanihan dancer raw siya. That's how she met her husband on an overseas trip.

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  16. Susko, pati yan pinoproblema nung netizen. Nagmamarunong pa. So pag Filipina, hindi na Filipino? Hahaha Marunong pa more.

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    1. In the phils kasi pag female we identify ourselves as filipina anf for males as filipino but foreigners generalky identify both gender as filipinos.

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    2. Wrong 11:27. Ang real term for the people living in the Philippines ay Filipino same as the language (not Tagalog). We can choose to be more specific with the gender as Filipino or Filipina or Pinoy and Pinay but as a whole Filipino is all-inclusive noun.

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    3. That's exactly what i meant and said 5:14..so, i'm not wrong!

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  17. Pag kinakahiya ang pagiging Filipino, daming hanash. Pag proud maging Filipino, ganun din. Ewan

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  18. I wonder kung same sentiments nya kung hindi sya sikat dito sa pilipinas.

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    1. Maraming ordinaryong half pinoy na proud sa lahi nila... at marami din pure ordinary foreigner na lumaki dito na proud sabihin pusong pinoy sila. Hindi sa pagiging silang yan, kundi sa pagtanggap nila sa kultura at laging pilipino!

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    2. Hahaha, pag Hindi sikat, mawawala na sa pinas, seyempre.

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  19. talangka. crab mentality. mga Pilipino talaga kaloka.

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    1. Tumpak! pati yung ginagawa pang issue!

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    2. Yan ang konsepto ni Koyang ng pagiging Filipino

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  20. Ano issue mo koya? Papansin ka masyado eh.

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  21. Duh. What will this guy say about those who were naturalized Filipinos? Or who exactly can be declared officially a Filipino? Besides, Filipino culture is not wholly uniquely ours. We borrowed some from other countries through trading and migration during the olden times, and from being colonized for centuries and decades.

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  22. Redundant si koya. Filipino ng filipino. Sige ikaw na Filipino. Di naman na din nakaka proud maging pinoy nowadays at mga kalahi natin ang hilig mang down ng kapwa at pala away pa. Kaya sige ikaw na ang noypi koya, iyong iyo na.

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  23. makahanap lng ng issue. ikaw na ang crab!

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  24. FILIPINO is the nationality of the people in the Philippines.Tapos. Daming pakeme ni koya.

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  25. Proud na proud sa pagka Filipino si koya pero sarili nyang wika di mabigkas #hipocrisyisaconcept

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    1. Hahahaha.....tama. Ironic yata. Ang babaw niya.

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    2. Exactly, english naman ang tweet niya. Maiintindihan naman ni Solenn kung tinagalog niya. Haha!

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  26. Well, it is true though that a lot of half-breeds take advantage of the fact that they are desired by showbiz marketers even though they don’t have any talent to speak of. In return they make a lot of money, even just for a while. Nothing to do with being a Filipino. That is fact.

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  27. May point naman kasi yong netizens, pag may foreign blood ka sa Pinas, in demand ka. Ang locals wala.

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    1. Hindi naman yun yung point niya. Point niya, being a Filipino is a concept. Which is true naman. Problem lang, ayun din ang point ni Solenn, na being a Filipino is not about "genetics". So wala sa hulog si koya na nagmamarunong.

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  28. Bakit yun mga pa patriotic kuno sila din ang pinaka racist. Tapos nakapag aral lang sa magandang school di na ma accept ang opinion ng iba kasi galing daw sila sa top uni.

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  29. Masarap kasi buhay ng mga half breeds dito..naging celebrity, earn big bucks, w/ maids/drivers..but in their home country, they're like everybody else and doesn't deserved a second glance!

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    1. As long as theyre not breaking any laws sa Pinas, they assimilate to the culture, they make an effort to understand the culture and language, they pay their taxes here, they contribute to the community by working, hindi sila pabigat sa society, then well and good. Yung nagagalit ka sa kanila dahil they have foreign blood and they choose to make a living here and earn a lot, ay di naman na ata tama yun.

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    2. Di naman nila kasalanan yun. Mahilig ang masa sa mga artistang halfies. At isa pa talented naman talaga si Solenn at mayaman talaga father niya so kahit sa france pa siya manirahan, mayaman pa rin yan.

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  30. So anong basehan mo Solenn? Pagkain ng sinigang ganern?

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    1. Wrong celebrity ka ata bes 🀣

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    2. Di mo gets yung comment ko 5:00.

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    3. 5:47 wala kasing sense

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  31. Infairness naman kay netizen di naman kinukuwestyon pagiging pinoy ni solenn kundi yung pagkakaintindi nya sa pagiging filipino. Pero di rin naman ako agree kay netizen. nakipaglaban ang mga ninuno natin para magkaroon ng KArapatang maging Filipino. Indyo tawag sa atin ng colonizer natin. Kumbaga sa ngayon you dont have to FIGHT to earn that right naibigay na sa atin yon ng mga bayani who fought for our freedom. So kung sinabi ni Solen base sa pagiging halfie na pinoy siya then pinoy siya. And even if NATURALIZED siya pinoy pa rin sya. so may konsepto man ng pagiging pinoy ito yung kalayaan na pumili.dahil yun naman pinaglaban natin mula noon pa. #memalangako

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  32. Mga pinoy nga naman

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  33. its very simple, if you have a Philippine passport then you are a Filipino(a). tapos ang usapan.

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  34. Not a race or nationality? So ang tamang tanong- what’s your concept? Filipino. Ganern?

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  35. I understand where she's coming from. It's hard being mixed especially when you have a different background to those who are not a minority in the real, general population. You never really fit in 100% anywhere. BUT, very simplistic ang argument nya. She might consider herself Filipino nationally but ethnically, her "mix" or her otherness is what gives her the advantage, especially her European values and her independence that goes against much of the Filipino values. Because isn't being Filipino having those values and being able to speak the language? (Of course, we make allowances to half-Caucasian half-Filipino representatives who have lived here and are part of the community, although that is a different topic itself because being mixed comes with privileges that normal/standard/non-white Filipinos don't experience...)

    Endearing nga lang that she's connected to the culture but she can never be really considered a Filipino, at least in the minds of others, it's something that they have to adjust upon meeting her and learning more about her.

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  36. Nagpapapansin lang yun. Gusto nya siguro makilala si Solenn. Feeling gwapo pabibo yaaaak hahaha

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  37. So anong gustong mangyari ng netizen??

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  38. proud pinoy lng yan kasi dito sa pinas sikat sila at kumikita ng madami. kung sa france sila, puro mga da hu

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  39. I like solenn, she can answer tricky questions with breeding. Hindi yung laging beastmode like Maggie

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  40. Level headed sumagot si Solenn, hindi mayabang or namamahiya. Ganyan ang tamang pagsagot. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ Kay sos

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  41. ang nakakaloka, kapag may mga poreynjer na may katiting na dugong pinoy ang sumikat sa ibang bansa, maraming magsasabi ng "proud to be pinoy" keverloo. pero etong si solen na dito lumaki at dito nag-aral, marunong mag-tagalog at dito nakatira eh kekwestyunin pa ang pagka-Filipino. Kalurkey!

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  42. The use of the word "Filipino" is not gender-based.
    Grabe talaga tayo magcorrect, minsan, paepal na lang.

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  43. naloka ako dun sa sinabi niya not Filipino, Filipina kasi babae siya. Heller?!? know it all lang mali mali naman

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