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Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Insta Scoop: Ylona Garcia Now Works As Crew for McDonald's in Australia

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  1. nice! better than zero income coming in

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  2. Nag migrate na ba sila ng family nya?

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  3. Ang ganda nya talaga di ba?

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    1. true. i really like her beauty

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  4. Go Ylona walang arte. Sobrang hanga ako sayo kiddo. See you in 2 years sana if you ever decide to come back..

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  5. I admire her for not hiding her job now in Australia. People her age are usually self conscious about how other people see them and what others will say lalo pa siya na kahit paano nakilala na rin sa showbiz dito sa Pinas. It's ok to admit that things did not work out the way you want to but her dream doesn't end there. Sa showbiz talaga malaking factor ang timing and her breakthrough just hasn't happened yet so who knows in the future mabigyan din siya ng big break. She's still young anyway. Good luck, Ylona. :)

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    1. Pffffft nasa ibang bansa kasi! Hindi degrading dahil malaki sweldo niyan kaya nga hindi dito nagcrew dahil pag dito degrading na sa status niya!

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    2. 2:50AM. Malaki man o maliit ang kinikita sa Pilipinas walang karapatan ang tao idegrade ang anumang LEGAL na trabaho. Mga CEO at nagtatrabaho lang ba sa opisina ang dapat irespeto? Kahit ano man ang trabaho ng isang tao dito sa Pinas dapat ipagmalaki. Utak talangka lang ang nagmamaliit ng trabaho ng ibang tao.

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    3. Napapansin nyo tayong mga Pilipino masyadong status conscious. Dito pag nakita nag taxi o sumakay sa public transpo yung celebrity naghihirap na daw. I don't know kung yan yung norm sa lahat ng third world countries pero parang dito napaka superficial ng mga tao, that's why napaka popular ng facebook and instagram dito. Sa ibang bansa may dignity of labor, although may class divide pa din in terms of opportunities walang masyadong preoccupation sa status the same as here. Napaka feudal pa din natin at barriotic. Peace.

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    4. HUY 2:50!
      Ylona is from Australia. That's where she and her family are based talaga. So natural lang, dun sya babalik. Kaloka ka. Hindi degrading EVER ang trabaho basta decent work.

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    5. 809 mahal magtaxi dito sa EU te kaya wlang issue kung magcommute ka man. Lol, kaya nga bumibili ang mga tao ng sasakyan kasi mahal ang pamsahe maski pa bus at train lalo nat malayo ang workplace. Yung 45mins ride dito, isang buong araw na rent na ng sasakyan sa Pinas with driver. Lol

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  6. Kaya dapat talaga sa mga artista. Pinagsasabay ang pagiging artista at pag-a-aral.

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    1. So your point 1:09 is??

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    2. 1:17 i think her/his point is if youre graduated, you have a fall back or back up when your showbiz career failed.

      But somehow, i feel n ang harsh mo 1:09. Hndi po nakakababa ang work s mga fast food chain. Mababa ang salary but this job is still marangal.

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    3. Wala rin yan sa pinag-aralan. May kilala ko na achiever from UP pero nung nagmigrate din sa Australia bartender ang trabaho.

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    4. Well dear 1:09, these days, kahit graduate ka pa, mahirap talaga makakuha ng trabaho. Even people with years of experience are struggling to find jobs. Actually swerte pa si Ylona because she has Australia to go back to. Her family is there at maayos naman buhay nya dun.

      I actually admire how she has no qualms about showing her situation now - which is hugely different from the glitz and glam of showbiz. Other younger artistas might not be able to be shrug it off the way she does. <3 Ylona Garcia has looks and talent, so this is just a resting phase for her. :)

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    5. Nag-aaral po sya 1:09 AM. Sabihin mo yan kung 30+ na sya, 19 pa lang yan.

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    6. ay pag sa ibang bansa, mas uunlad ka kung doon ka mismo lumaki at nag aral para naka adjust ka na sa culture ng mga tao at yun nga mas uunlad ka.

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    7. 1:28 hindi mababa salary niyan kaya nga proud pqng ipost niya yan dahil sa ibang bansa siya nagcrew at hindi dito na nakakahiya dahil ang baba ng pasweldo! Malaki pa sinusweldo niyan sa pinagsamang managers o high rank McDo crew dito.

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    8. 253 wag mo nman ikumpara ang sweldo sa atin at sa ibang bansa kasi per hour ang bayad sa ibang bansa. Pero kung ikumpara mo nman yung gastos at tax mo sa earnings mo parang ganun na rin. Mas maganda nga lang benefits sa ibang bansa.

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    9. Maganda buhay ng fam ni Ylona sa Australia kahit hindi pa siya artista noon. Proud yung bata dahil sa experience na pwede niyang makuha, ayaw niya na nasasayang oras niya kaya niya sinubukang mag-work bilang crew sa McDo. Tsaka mas pinili niya maging normal muna kahit may mga offers siya dito.

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    10. She’s studying. Nasa college na siya ngayong school year.

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    11. My point is..di lang dapat sila umaasa sa pagiging artista nila. They shouldve invest in business and studying also. Wala naman akong sinabing masama o mababa ang pagiging crew ng fastfood chains. Pero this kind of work is not stable and cant sustain the luxury or lifestyle na gusto nila. Wag nyo isensetionalized ito baka magsettle for less na ibang kabataan natin for being a crew member.

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    12. Yup, mataas ang AUD $1 is to more or less P35 and minimum wage per hour there is $19.84

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    13. She's studying now. College na sya sa Australia.

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    14. 857 ang kulit mo. inulit mo patalaga ang kakulitan mo. bakit sino me sabi na di nagaaral si ylona? Iniinsinuate mo lang yan. FOR SURE hindi nagwwork si ylona sa mcdo for the money per se. malamang for the experience since bored ngayon at walang abs. wag kang magalala malayo pa mararating ni ylona dahil bata pa yan. oa mo ha!

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  7. hala kayo. Wag nyo lang yang trabaho nya. 600 pesos per hour yan minimum.

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    1. 1:35 weh? Baka for day yan, not for hour.

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    2. @1.50 its true po kahit dito sa europe per hour ang 600 pesos minimum

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    3. 1:50 te 16aud lang ang 600 pesos. Tingin mo ba papayag mga yan ng 16aud for the whole day tapos sa Australia ka nakatira?

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    4. it's Australia dear so it's possible 600 pesos per hour talaga

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    5. nope.. per hour

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    6. 1:50 McDonalds Australia ha, basahin mo ulit yung caption ni FP tapos research ka. GG ako eh

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    7. Sorry po at nagkamali and salamat din po s pagcorrect sakin.

      - 1:50

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    8. Haha hayaan nyo na so 1:50 di nya mtanggap hourly rate sa ibang bansa

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    9. Convert nyo in pesos yung salary nya pero yung gastusin dun australian dollar.

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    10. Highest Minimum wage in the US is $14.00 per hour. One is allowed 160 hours a month without overtime. (Overtime is paid double time or time and 1/2 when it exceeds 8 hours in a day ). One can make $2240 per month or 112,000 pesos working at McD. Not sure what their per hour is in Australia. Most of those that work at McD are self supporting students who move on to better jobs once they graduate. Ylona can do the same.

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    11. 16 aud per hour minimum rate

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    12. @1:50 halatang walang alam sa ibang bansa si ate girl. Even sa US te P600 per hour minimim pa un.

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  8. when she comes back. i'll support her. Beautiful lady!

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  9. Amazing!! Napabilib ako sa batang to. Have fun ylona!

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  10. @1:35 iba ang rate sa Australia

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  11. dignity in labor. although, she could've pursued her studies while she was still working with abs cbn.

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    1. it is better for her to study in Australia. Mas ok sa kanila yon.

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    2. Fyi, she didn't stop her studies. She was actually entolled in business school. Yes, she's in college now. She just turned 18, btw.

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    3. Mas maganda kung Australia siya mag-aaral dahil mas gusto ng mgs employeers doon na graduate sa Australia at sa iba pang first world countries, kung ikukumoara sa third world countries.

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  12. in korea most of their artists are university grad..sana ganoon din sa phils.

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    1. Sus puro kayo korea, mga wala namang talent yun mga yon

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    2. I agree... LAgi na lang korea, korea, laman ng mga utak ng iba ngayon kahit wala na sa lugar. Imagine dun sa youtube video ng SEA games opening ceremony last year dito, may nagcomplain ba naman na bakit daw walang korea. Kung hindi ka ba naman... Hay naku!

      Kung magwish naman sana sila ng improvement sa Pilipinas ay dapat for the sake of the PH lang hindi yung kasi ganun or ganito kasi sa korea ang rason bat gusto nila ang isang bagay.

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    3. Agree 7:14 puro mga pa-cute lang naman, walang talent, at mostly fake ang itsura dahil retoke lang. Even mga kpop di naman talaga marunong kumanta, magaling lang sa pag awra, pero puro lip sync lang naman. Pakantahin mo ng live puro semplang for sure. Lol

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    4. 9:24 agree, Kpop artists na puro lip sync at autotune

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    5. Tama! Kpop girlgroups and boybands are concentrated in fashion and looks so much that they have to do plastic surgery and skin whitening to achieve it.

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    6. Mga kpop groups na yan, mukhang nagfa-fashion show lang. LOL! Kulang naman sa talent lalo pag live singing.

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  13. Tama ginawa nya, hindi naman cya ganung ka-busy sa Dos.

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  14. Good luck Ylona. Proud of you

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  15. @1:35 ay libre Po google... paki check ang hourly rate ng McDo Australia

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  16. From artista to mcdo crew, why not. Dapat ganyan, magadjust at lumaban sa buhay. Anong mapapala mo kung magmumukmok ka lang.

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    1. 3:05, Lol, pinas artista lang naman e. No talent required. Just all hype and promo.

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  17. Good for her to leave Pinas in this time of pandemic. Mas safe sa Australia because of better economy and governance. Pwede naman bumalik to try again when things are better. Goodluck girl!

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  18. Isa ang Australia sa bansa na malaki magpa sahod
    College graduate ako sa pinas nag admin manager pa ako pero sa Australia nag waiter ako in a year nakabili ako ng lupa jan sa pinas !

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  19. Para walang gulo hahaha >>> The AUS national minimum wage is $753.80 per week, for a 38 hour week, or $19.84 per hour. Check the Business.gov.au.
    Google lang katapat. So @1:35 is a bit right but quite near the actual rate.

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    1. 1.35 per hour? Not even close. Pull out your calculator and do it again.

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    2. 3:31, I apologize. I thought you meant 1:35 per hour.. I didn't know you are referring to @1:35. Inaantok na Kasi ako nagco-comment pa rin. You are absolutely right. Sorry again. Good night everyone. Yaaaawn!

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    3. I dont need to google gurl. I live here in sydney.

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  20. Makisig and his wife Nicole were also here in Au selling crispy pata and sisig online.

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  21. Good on ya, Ylona! I also worked at a McDonald’s one summer back in high school. Working at a place like that teaches you many life lessons. Proud of ya!

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  22. She's such a good role model cause most filipino teens abroad experience workIng at mcdonalds to earn extra money. Love her for being real and relatable.

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  23. Those kind of jobs here in Australia are temporary. Mostly ganyan ginagawa ng mga working student lalo na pag nag aaral sila sa university. And yes tama si 1:35 nasa range ang 600 peseos/hr kung iconvert sa pera natin.

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    1. Oo temporary lang yan. Nag-aaral sya ngayon sa Australia, nasa IG story nya dati pero limot ko na name ng college sa Sydney. Tapos sabi nya before sa stories nya, remainder of the year wala sya sa Pinas. Uwi daw syang Australia then puntang LA for her music. Balik na raw nya ng Pinas, next year na. Mukhang naghahanap lang ng means si bagets to spend the extra time she has, di naman ito seryosohang trabaho. Kaya naloloka ako sa mga nagcocompute ng sahod.🤣🤣 Mga baks celeb pa rin sya. May mga endorsements pa po sya parang di naman ata Mcdo ang bubuhay sa kanya. Baka nga mas mapera pa sya sa atin.😅😅

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  24. There is dignity in labor. U hope she can pursue her studies while there too.

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  25. Here in Australia kids can work as early as 15, iba nga 13. They are trained to be independent maaga pa lang. And hourly rates dito following standard wages, and if below 18 mas malaki rate mo. Kaya normal lang if may work ang mga teens dito, mas prefer nila yun kasi they are earning their own money.

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  26. Huy September 1, 2020 at 2:50 AM anonymous...
    fyi hindi ganun... kadalasan junior crew member and na hire sa macdonalds australia kase mas mura ang pasahod sa kanila..

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  27. Bakit nyo ba pino-problema ang hourly rate nya as service crew? Whether in Phil pesos yan or Australian dollar, ang importante nagta-trabaho sya ng marangal! Hindi naman nakakababa ng pagkatao mo kung mababa ang sweldo mo, 'no!

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  28. Marangal ang pagiging crew ng isang fastfood chain kaso not a stable job. Kahit sa ibang bansa, mababa rin tingin nila sa mga nagiging crew ng fastfood chains. May mga memes pa nga sila. Di lang dito sa Pinas uyyy. Also, wag nyo iglorify yan na trabaho. Aim high. Kaya di kayo umuunlad kasi okey na sa inyo ang basta may trabaho.

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    1. she is also studying in college :)

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    2. Relax alam yan ng pamilya ni yllona..part time lang yan pandagdag allowance sa school

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    3. Wala naman issue eh pinoy lang talaga ang mapang mata

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    4. maka judge naman to! tingin mo walang mga ambisyon ang mga nagttrabaho sa fast food?!?!? wala ka pong alam kaya wag na lang magsalita.

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    5. Madaling sabihin aim higher, pero sana naisip mo din yon mga circumstances na dumadating sa buhay ng tao kaya nagbabago ang plano. Tulad ngayon may pandemic, madaming nawalan ng trabaho, nagkasakit-namatayan,nagsara na businesses,nahinto sa school, nagugutom na pamilya...hirap sa buhay pero patuloy na lumalaban. Kung sa isang mahirap na tao, malaking tulong na ang ganyan trabaho para masuportahan ang pamilya sa pangaraw araw and that's admirable.

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  29. Si 2:50 ang isang classic example ng toxic na kababayan mo. Walang degrading na trabaho basta marangal ito. Yan ang una kong natutunan ng unang taon ko sa Australia. I tried cleaning jobs, housekeeping, fast food crew, etc. and now that I am a professional nurse at present mas lalo ko lng naaapreciate ang mga nagtatrabaho sa mga industries na tingin nating mga Pilipino eh mababa. Wala sa laki yan ng sahod. It’s how you love your job and the experience that comes with it. At pag nakekwento ko ang journey ko, kung proud ako na RN katumbas din ang pagiging proud ko kung ilang basurahan ang na empty ko, ilang toilet at hotel rooms ang nalinis ko, ilang kape, sandwiches ang ginawa ko at mga kaldero na mas mabigat pa sa akin ang nahugasan ko. Again walang nakakahiyang trabaho basta ginagawa mo ng maayos at marangal ito

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    1. Thanks for sharing your story 1:59. Nakaka inspire. Hard work really pays off.

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  30. 12:08 sino may sabi na permanent job na yan ni Ylona? Maybe based on your experience hindi mo feel ang fastfood crew job pero wag mo naman sabihin na nakakababa ng tingin pag ganyan trabaho mo. I have a friend na nakamigrate sa Canada because of their job as fastfood crew which means you can still get your aim higher kahit ganyan ang work mo besides hindi naman ginoglorify ng mga comments ang ganyan trabaho. We are just appreciating that kind of job kasi marangal sya.
    PS. Make sure na hindi ka kumakain sa mga fast food o never mo nirequire ang service ng isang fastfood crew ha.

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  31. Biglang finollow ko etong si Ylona. I have respect for crews. Unlike yung karamihan ng tao na hindi nice sa waiters, waitresses, crews, etc. I have a college degree, btw.

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    1. Actually sa ibang bansa ako natutong mas rumespeto at maging mabait sa mga servers at janitors, etc na laging mababa ang tingin natin sa kanila sa Pinas kasi college grad tayo. And it goes a long way. Jusko minsan hindi pa natin alam na yunh server natin may ari pala ng restau o ng building. Kakahiya magmataas.

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  32. Halatang basher ung ngasabi na hindi daw degrading kasi sa ibang bansa siya nag crew sa mcdo. Ang toxic mo. Typical filipino ka nga. Fyi lang both sa medical field nagtatrabaho parents niya mother niya is nurse/med tech at father niya ei pathologist. Alam mo ba yun. Aat nagaaral siya dun

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    1. Nurse/ Med tech ? Ano yun? Magkaibang department yun , Nursing & Laboratory. Just asking. ✌🏻

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  33. That’s what you call HUMILITY and dignity of labor. Hats off to you Ylina and good luck!!!

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  34. Ito dapat tuluran ng mga artista of this generation. hindi puro arte, aura at porma lang.

    Thanks Ylona for not being pretentious. You're a kickass good example of a real deal "COOL" celebrity!

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  35. Ylona, thanks for being a good role model, i hope lahat ng kabataan tularan ka♥️♥️

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