Ang sakit sa tiyan! Hilarious video of Rufa Mae Quinto giving her ‘best acceptance speech’ goes viral

Ang sakit sa tiyan! Hilarious video of Rufa Mae Quinto giving her ‘best acceptance speech’ goes viral

- Actress Rufa Mae Quinto’s video of acceptance speech in an awarding ceremony went viral online

- She threw a lot of funny punch lines that caused laughter from the audience and netizens

- The video now has more than 1 million views

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Kapamilya actress Rufa Mae Quinto once again caused the laughter from audience and netizens as she delivered her “best acceptance speech” during an awarding ceremony in one of the universities in Manila.

KAMI learned that the promising comedienne represented the sitcom “Home Sweetie Home” that bagged the Best Comedy Show trophy during the Alta Media Icon Awards in University of Perpetual Help.

The actress drew a loud cheer and laughter from people when she started saying the infamous line, "Yes, go, go, go. Todo na 'to!”

She continued by thanking herself and the individuals behind the success of the stated sitcom and even hilariously mentioned about her sponsors.

“Thank you po sa… to myself for being here tonight and of course to the University of Perpetual… help, help, hooray!” she said.

"In behalf of my Home Sweetie Home friends, family, director, utility, makeup artist, sounds, to editor, to mga commecial, sponsors, dagdagan pa more, thank you po sa award na ito,” Rufa continued.

“Thanks to the award-giving body (pointing to her body)," she added.

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The video, which now has more than one million views and 15 thousand shares, has a caption that claimed Rufa’s message deserves a “best acceptance speech” award.

“And the award for 'Best Acceptance Speech' goes to... RUFA MAE QUINTO! Kung na-curious ka at any point in your life kung pa'no niya babakyain ang isang very pormalang awards night, ito na 'yun,” the caption read.

Here is the hilarious video:

In a previous article by , the celebrity mourned for the death of her mother and said she will miss her forever.

Born on May 28, 1978, Rufa is Filipino actress, comedienne, television host, and occasional singer. She is married to financial analyst Trevor Magallanes to whom she has a lovely one-year-old daughter.

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