Kakai Bautista, nilampaso mga “body-shamers;” pakialaman na lang daw nila buhay nila, wag yung sa iba

Kakai Bautista, nilampaso mga “body-shamers;” pakialaman na lang daw nila buhay nila, wag yung sa iba

- Kakai Bautista took to social media to slam those who are fond of finding flaws in someone else, particularly when it comes to how they look

- The actress said that these “body-shamers” should just mind their own bodies and how they look instead of calling out others because of flaws in their appearances

- To really rub in her message, Kakai took a video of herself dancing and uploaded it on TikTok along with a caption that lambasted body-shamers

- She also wrote good advice for those who always find flaws in the bodies of other persons

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Actress-comedienne Kakai Bautista recently took to social media to berate those who are fond of finding flaws in another person’s appearance and body.

To really rub the message in, Kakai uploaded on TikTok a video of herself dancing in a sensual manner, as if teasing those watching the video.

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Kakai Bautista, nilampaso mga “body-shamers;” pakialaman na lang daw nila buhay nila, wag yung sa iba
Photo: Kakai Bautista (@ilovekaye)
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She also wrote a caption dedicated to those whom she called body-shamers.

“Wag mong pakialaman ang buhay ng iba,” the actress said.

Kakai also said that food is essential in everyone’s lives and as for her, she loves to eat.

“I do believe that food is very much essential in our lives. I LOVE TO EAT,” the comedienne revealed.

She then lamented what she calls a toxic Filipino culture that she claimed considers chubby as not sexy or that having a dark skin tone is not beautiful.

“All that Toxic Filipino culture that says chubby is not sexy and healthy. Black, Brown, Morena, kayumanggi is not beautiful. Pakdizall. REAL TALK. ang dami kong kilala payat na maysaket. And it's not good. I will never be happy with that. Ang dami ko ding kaibigan na Morena na haaaay ang solid ng gandaaaa,” Kakai said.

She then asked those who always are looking for flaws in other person’s appearances to first take a look at themselves.

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“We can never appreciate other people's beauty if we don't appreciate ours. SORRY kung ikakalungkot ng IBA na mahal na mahal ko ang sarili ko. AND I AM ENJOYING every bit of What I am now and every second of my Life,” she explained.

Finally, Kakai asked those she called body shamers to leave others alone and mind their own business.

“Iksi ng buhay, wag mong pakilaman ang buhay ng iba. Pakialaman mo yung sayo. Gawing mong Maganda, Masaya at kapaki-pakinabang!” Kakai said.

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Catherine Bautista, more popularly known as Kakai Bautista, is a Filipina actress, comedienne singer, and host. She was born on September 2, 1978, and started out as a theater actress. In 2003, Ricky Rivero discovered her after her stellar performance in the play, “Alikabok.” Rivero then asked Kakai to audition for a TV drama series, Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay, which was directed by Laurenti Dyogi. Subsequently, she started appearing on various TV shows and films through supporting acts, but rose to fame when she portrayed the evil and villainous Matilda in Kampanerang Kuba, as well as Angelina in Kokey.

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A couple of months ago, Kakai took to Instagram and posted a hugot amid the issue that the camp of Mario Maurer hurled at her. She posted about setting the bar high and that if people don't get it, then it is not their problem anymore. It can be recalled that the camp of Mario Maurer sent a cease and desist letter to Kakai, telling her to stop making inferences or using Mario's name. Along with the letter, they attached alleged "evidence" of previous inferences used by the comedienne.

When the comedienne got involved in an issue with the talent agency of Thai actor Mario Maurer, she also took to social media to post about positivity and faith in God. She noted that a positive mind leads a positive life. The comedienne added that it is not a sin to be positive amid an awful situation. She also noted that having faith in oneself and in the world is not wrong, noting that in Filipino slang, it is called “lavaarn.”

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