Maine Mendoza, sa isang news item ukol sa kanilang trip abroad: "Still misleading and lacking context"

Maine Mendoza, sa isang news item ukol sa kanilang trip abroad: "Still misleading and lacking context"

- Maine Mendoza has taken to Twitter and expressed her indignation over an article about her and Arjo Atayde's trip abroad

- She said that the article was still misleading and that it lacked context

- She added that it still insinuated that the trip was at government expense

- The actress also said that she hopes that the article can insert that no government funds will be used

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Maine Mendoza has taken to Twitter and expressed her dismay over an article about her and Arjo, regarding their trip abroad.

Maine Mendoza
Photo: Maine Mendoza (@mainedcm)
Source: Instagram

According to Maine, the write-up of Inquirer was still misleading and lacked context.

She noted that the article insinuated that the trip was at the expense of the government.

Maine also underscored that the trip was at their personal expense and that no government funds will be used.

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"The article is still misleading and lacking context. It insinuates that this trip is at government expense. There are two kinds of “official” travels and I hope you include that in your article and where this trip falls under. I will probably be asked to delete this again but I shall say it again one last time, EVERYTHING is at PERSONAL EXPENSE. 100%. No government funds will be used. Hope you can insert that somewhere in your article. Salamat."

Nicomaine Dei Capili Mendoza, more popularly known as Maine Mendoza, is a Pinay actress, model, and TV host. Maine rose to prominence after her Dubsmash videos went viral, which helped her land a role as Yaya Dub in the country’s longest-running noontime show, "Eat Bulaga." She eventually landed roles in various movies and TV series, with one of them helping her win Best Supporting Actress during the 41st Metro Manila Film Festival. The actress is now married to actor-politician Arjo Atayde.

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Sylvia Sanchez's heartfelt speech at Maine and Arjo's wedding has been making rounds on social media. During her speech, the veteran actress also voiced her touching message for her daughter-in-law. She assured Maine that she will love her like she is her own daughter. Likewise, Sylvia also has a valuable piece of advice for the newlyweds.

Joey De Leon shared a song that he composed for the newlyweds. He delivered the song in Baguio, where the wedding of Maine and Arjo took place. The acclaimed Master Henyo was also among the principal sponsors of Menggay and Arjo. Many netizens loved the song, which was patterned after "Eat Bulaga's" theme song.

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