- A woman on social media has finally addressed her viral and trending photo online
- In the original post, the woman was believed to have lost her mind as she was spotted sitting on the sidewalk
- She then went ahead and debunked the story online, calling it "fake news" before telling what actually happened to her
- As of this writing, the original post about her has already been taken down by the original poster
A woman on social media has debunked her viral photo after the original poster claimed she lost her mind.
On Thursday, July 1, KAMI learned that Facebook user Jolina Pastrana Albano uploaded a screenshot of her viral photo.
In the original post, photos of Albano where she could be seen sitting on the sidewalk looking distressed trended.
According to the original poster, "Baka may nakakakilala dito, maayos manamit at maputing babae. Kawawa naman nasiraan na lang ng ulo. Dito po yan sa Jollibee Vito Cruz."
Albano eventually shared the online post and revealed the real story behind the photo, "Ako yung babae sa post mo. Fake news alam kong concerned kayo pero hindi po ako iniwan lang."
According to Albano, she left the unit and sat down on the sidewalk as she cannot ride the UV Express.
"Tumakbo ako palabas sa unit. Ako nang iwan sa mga kaibigan ko sa tinutuluyan namin. Umupo lang ako saglit sa may Vito Cruz kasi hindi ako pinapasakay sa UV Express pauwi samin.
"Dahil wala akong mask at face shield, hindi po ako naliligaw or nasiraan or ano naghanap pa ako ng face shield at mask para makasakay at makauwi na."
Albano also clarified once again in a separate post that she did not lose her mind which was claimed by the original poster.
"Hindi po ako nasiraan ng ulo. Maka-post lang Kuya? In-edit mo pa post mo at hindi rin po ako iniwan at pinabayaan ng kaibigan ko. Ako po ang umalis at lumayas. Mali ka po ng info."
As reported earlier by KAMI, a customer recently trended after she made a long online post about her delivery rider who figured in an accident.
Meanwhile, Raffy Tulfo and Mayor Vico Sotto joined forces to seek the people behind a 'scamming' issue in Pasig City.
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