- Ethel Booba admitted a few days ago that the popular Twitter account under her name is “fake”
- After making the confession, the administrator of the said account fired back
- He claimed that he was the one who wrote the well-known book titled “Charotism”
- He also revealed that Ethel did not contribute a single word when the book was being made
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The administrator of the Twitter account under Ethel Booba’s name has made a revelation that immediately caused confusion in the online world.
KAMI learned that the handler of the popular “@IAmEthylGabison” account bravely claimed that he wrote the entire “Charotism” book.
He made the confession after admitting through a message sent to Philstar.com that the controversial account was just a parody account which was made in 2012.
The individual, who chose to be anonymous, mentioned that Ethel did not contribute even a single word when the well-known book was being made.
He also disclosed that the gorgeous showbiz personality did not give him anything from the total sales of the said book.
The comedienne has yet to issue a response regarding the accusation of the supposed admin. However, she already spoke up about the issue involving her Twitter account.
In a previous article by , the said admin quipped that Ethel claimed the account as her own when it was already gaining popularity.
Ethel Booba is a Filipina actress and singer. She joined the celebrity edition of “Tawag ng Tanghalan” and she emerged as the champion.
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