'Wala po nangyari na ganyan saakin.' Winwyn Marquez disproves fake news about her “super minor” accident

'Wala po nangyari na ganyan saakin.' Winwyn Marquez disproves fake news about her “super minor” accident

- Wynwyn Marquez reacts to a news report written about her accident.

- The article showed a picture of her and a car which was heavily damaged.

- The beauty queen clarified that the picture used in the article is not her car.

Miss Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 Winwyn Marquez refutes a certain news article about her.

She posted a screenshot of the article and clarified what is wrong with it.

A news about her car accident surfaced lately but it was just a minor accident according to her.

'Wala po nangyari na ganyan saakin.' Winwyn Marquez disproves fake news about her “super minor” accident
Photo lifted from Instagram @teresitassen

In a report by PEP.ph, she said, “Hi Tito!:) okay lang po ako super minor lang as in. Nag-tweet lang po ako para sa number ng police kasi mag-cause ng traffic kasi wala pa nag-attend, pero may dumating after a couple of minutes. Wala naman anything na aberya,”

KAMI obtained a screenshot of Winwyn Marquez's Instagram story post via Fashion PULIS.

She wrote, “This photo wala po nangyari na ganyan saakin. Hindi ko po kotse yan. and kung sino man po ang mga tao na-aksidente sa photo na toh sana po safe sila.” “minor car bump lang po last week and super hindi big deal.”

'Wala po nangyari na ganyan saakin.' Winwyn Marquez disproves fake news about her “super minor” accident
Via Fashion PULIS

Winwyn Marquez is the daughter of Joey Marquez and Alma Moreno. After joining the local pageant for a few times, she was given a chance to represent the Philippines in a Miss Hispanoamericana, a pageant dominated by Latinas.

She successfully brought home the crown and made the Filipinos proud.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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