- H.E.R. recently won Song of the Year during the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for her song "I Can't Breathe"
- The half-Filipina singer posted a TikTok video of herself imitating her Filipina aunt using a Filipino accent much to everyone's amusement
- H.E.R have posted the video as a special shoutout to her Filipino fans who have congratulated the R&B singer for her recent achievements
- Netizens were amused by the singer's antics and commented that H.E.R.'s Filipino accent was spot-on
Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson, better known as H.E.R., has recently won an award in the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for her single "I Can't Breathe".
The Filipino-American singer took home the Song of the Year award. She won over Beyoncé, Roddy Ricch, Taylor Swift, Post Malone, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels.
H.E.R. posted a TikTok video imitating her Filipina aunt she calls Tita Joan. The Grammy award winner dedicated the video to her Filipino fans.
Netizens were highly entertained by the video where the singer spoke in a Filipino accent as a parody of her aunt.
"Haha! On point!! The accent is on point! I can hear my Mom."
"Ok, that is a great Filipino accent."
"Why am I hyperventilating in laughter? We love you so much!"
"Haha! Your Tita Joanne is like my mom & every Filipino moms & titas all over the world. Congratulations! You make us proud!"
Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson, better known professionally as H.E.R. is a Grammy award-winning American singer and songwriter. Wilson was born in Vallejo, California to a Filipina mother and an African American father.
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KAMI learned that H.E.R. won the Best R&B album and Best R&B Performance for her track entitled “Best Part”. During her speech, she got really speechless and emotional. She thanked her family and those people who supported her ever since she was a kid.
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