- Pastillas Girl Angelica Yap reacted to netizens saying that she is only in a relationship with rapper Flow G because of his wealth
- She denied the accusation, saying that money has no use in a relationship if she isn’t in love with her partner
- Angelica added that she believes that she earns as much as Flow G
- The social media star said that what a woman needs from a man is not money but love and respect
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Angelica Yap, also known as “Pastillas Girl,” was interviewed by Herlene “Hipon Girl” Budol on the latter’s YouTube channel.
KAMI learned that during the interview, Angelica reacted to netizens saying that she is only in a relationship with rapper Flow G because of his wealth.
The YouTube vlogger denied the accusation, saying that money has no use in a relationship if she isn’t in love with her partner.
Furthermore, Pastillas Girl explained that she believes that she earns as much as Flow G.
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She also lamented that some people project their own superficiality to other people. Lastly, Angelica said that what a woman needs from a man is not money but love and respect.
“No. Hello! Ako, narinig ko na ito kay Heart. Pinaulit-ulit ko itong sinabi ni Heart Evangelista na, ‘Aanhin mo naman yung pera kung hindi mo naman mahal yung tao?’”
“Tsaka ang pera kinikita ko iyan. Kung kumikita ng pera si Archie, ‘Day, kumikita na rin ako ng pera.
“Baka pantay lang kami ng savings, hindi ko alam.
“Ang babaw niyo na tao. Kung ganoon ang tingin niyo sa ibang tao, kasi kung magdya-judge kayo na ganun ako, malaki yung tsansa na ganun kayo.
“Ako talaga, personality. Kahit naman hindi siya, kahit naman before pa, nakatingin ako sa personality, hindi talaga sa pera…
“Ang kailangan mo lang sa lalaki, loyalty, respect, love,” Angelica told Herlene.
Angelica Jane Yap, born on April 16, 1994, first drew attention on social media after she uploaded her "hugot" video, "Paano gumawa ng pastillas?" She later appeared on TV and guested on the Kapamilya program, "It's Showtime," as "Pastillas Girl” to rival the Maine Mendoza’s “Yaya Dub” storyline on “Eat Bulaga.”
She caused some buzz online when she defended her boyfriend, rapper Flow G. The hip-hop artist was accused by many netizens of plagiarizing K-Pop band’s song, “Ddaeng.” According to Angelica, she is sure that the said K-Pop song did not influence Flow G’s track, “Deym.”
Pastillas Girl also opened up about the criticisms she received during her stint on “It’s Showtime” after Maine Mendoza’s Yaya Dub phenomenon started on the rival program, “Eat Bulaga.” She shared that many fans of Yaya Dub bashed her because they wanted to protect their celebrity idol.