- A series of video featuring people from different places around the world are circulating online
- A Filipina representing the Philippines elicited negative reactions from the netizens
- Of all the videos, she had not spoken any Tagalog words despite the fact that they were supposed to show how things are said in their own language
This Filipina is one of the trending topics in social media recently. This is after the netizens noticed how she did not speak a single Tagalog word all throughout the series of videos.
It is either she can't really speak a word of Tagalog or she simply can't follow instructions.
She looks like a typical Filipina but it is still unknown whether she is an immigrant or born a citizen of another country.
This really made many Filipino internet users upset as it seemed she just won't speak in Tagalog in a video series titled Many People, Many Places by 31-year-old luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler, which is based in New York City.
The video lasting up to 4 minutes showcased over 70 people from 70 countries "reveal how they say different words in their native language."
The first season—composed of 13 episodes—is already out on Facebook and the magazine's official website.
Instead of counting in Tagalog, the Pinay counted in English in a video showing how to count money in different languages.
Most of these videos elicited angry reactions from the Filipino netizens.
She however got a few answers correct, including "aw aw," the sound Filipinos think dogs make; "haching" or how Filipinos sound when sneezing; and the country's official tourism slogan, "It's More Fun In The Philippines."
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