- Ai-Ai delas Alas recently posted on her Instagram account
- She aired her opinion about the gowns of the Miss World Philippines 2019 winners
- Her statement created buzz on social media and sparked various reactions from netizens
Ai-Ai delas Alas took to Instagram to congratulate the winners of Miss World Philippines 2019.
The Comedy Queen got straightforward as she tackled her observation about the gowns of the candidates.
She firmly stated that she does not understand the purpose of putting a thigh-highslit in most of their dresses.
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Moreover, some netizens reacted to Ai-Ai's post. Some of them agreed to her opinion while some took her comment negatively. Here are some of their comments.
"Hahaha lam nyo nman po, ibang pinoy gaya2x puto maya hahaha.. peace"
"What is the negativity i her opinion? And why attack her parenting style? Aiai was not even degrading the winners."
"Wala na bang creativity puro gaya gaya na lang?"
"I think trend lang po sa ngayon in the pageantry...f ever next time po may pasabog na naman na gown..yon naman ang trend for example ..longsleeve..then yon na..fashion nature kung baga..."
"baka po it makes it easier to walk kasi mas may space ang legs sa pagstep? hehe well, trend setter talaga si Madam @catriona_gray "
"grabe naman po kau maka puna"
In a previous report by KAMI, Ai-Ai delas Alas expressed disappointment towards netizens who like to complain about the government.
Ai-Ai delas Alas is an award-winning actress and comedienne who gained more popularity after starring in “Ang Tanging Ina” as Ina Montecillo. She is now playing an antagonist role in the hit GMA-7 teleserye, “Kara Mia.”
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