- Rufa Mae Quinto has made an apology following her viral “sana all” comment
- She penned the comment on KAMI’s Instagram post showing photos of late Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst
- The actress and comedienne later on deleted her comment and wrote another one where she asked for everyone’s forgiveness
- Rufa Mae also admitted that she failed to read the whole caption, which is about Cheslie’s passing
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Rufa Mae Quinto has recently aired an apology after her “sana all” comment on a post about Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst went viral.
The said post shared by KAMI on Instagram shows some photos of the late beauty queen and a caption about her passing.
Some eagle-eyed netizens were able to take screenshots of Rufa Mae’s now-deleted “sana all” remark.
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Afterwards, the actress and comedienne penned another comment apologizing for her earlier comment.
“Sensya na po, my deepest sympathy to her family.”
Rufa Mae also admitted that she failed to read the entire caption.
“Nabitin lang po sa text and yes, di ko nabasa buong caption, hanggang Miss USA lang po nakita ko. So yesh read more nga."
“Condolence po sa family. RIP,” she also commented.
Meanwhile, several netizens praised Rufa Mae for owning up to her mistake.
“I salute you po sa pagtanggap ng iyong pagkakamali. Sana all ay Ms. Rufa Mae, go go go!”
“@rufamaequinto the queen that accepts mistakes”
“@rufamaequinto kween of taking accountabilities”
“Buti pa si @rufamaequinto marunong mag-sorry”
“@rufamaequinto we love you ms rufa, lahat naman po nagkakamali”
Rufa Mae Quinto-Magallanes is a Pinay actress and comedian. She also had TV hosting and recording stints. She was born on May 28, 1978. Rufa’s showbiz career started after securing a spot in That’s Entertainment in 1996. The comedienne tied the knot with financial analyst Trevor Magallanes on November 25, 2016 and gave birth to Athena on February 18, 2017.
In an exclusive interview with KAMI, Rufa Mae revealed she misses the food, people, shoes, and jewelry in the Philippines. She also misses working in the showbiz industry, including getting the chance to show her acting skills and interacting with her co-actors. As for living in America, she appreciates having fewer restrictions, more financial help from the government, and having lots of places to visit amid the pandemic.
Recently, Rufa Mae uploaded a cute throwback photo of herself on her Instagram account. According to her, the said picture was captured when she was in first grade. It's also evident that she was already beautiful at a young age.