- Yasmien Kurdi just found herself under the spotlight due to her latest Facebook post
- On the social media site, Yasmien posted a photo she recently took with Jak Roberto
- She then jokingly claimed she was a scholar at "JRU" or "Jak Roberto University"
- The actress even poked fun at the photo by saying she was undertaking an "Anti-Silos" course
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Yasmien Kurdi just made a bunch of netizens laugh on social media after posting a hilarious photo with Kapuso star Jak Roberto on her Facebook page.
On Monday, August 7, the celebrity mom jokingly told her followers that she is now a "scholar" at "JRU" or "Jak Roberto University."
She then informed everyone that she is undertaking a course in "BS Anti-Silos," referring to the 'silos' memes surrounding the Kapuso actor.
In the photo, Yasmien was spotted kneeling in front of Jak, who posed as if he was blessing her, making tons of netizens laugh.
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Not only did this make netizens laugh, but even Yasmien's husband, Rey Soldevilla Jr., cracked up in the comments section.
"Sorry pangga. Para di ka na magalit sakin na kung bakit ako silosa... kaya nag-enrol na 'ko sa JRU. Buti na lang nabigyan ako ng scholarship ni Prof Jak," Yasmien replied to her husband's comment.
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Yasmien Kurdi is a Filipina actress, singer-songwriter, and commercial model. She rose to popularity after joining and being the 1st runner-up on the first season of Starstruck, a reality-based talent search show by GMA Network. She graduated with Latin honors in AB Political Science from Arellano University. She is married to a pilot, and they have one daughter.
As previously reported by KAMI, Yasmien Kurdi took to Instagram and congratulated her daughter Ayesha for winning the singing competition at school. The girl won first place, and the mom was proud of her daughter. It was also the first singing contest that Ayesha joined. The actress felt "sayang" though she was not there to watch Ayesha since she was still in a taping.
Meanwhile, she also took to Facebook and asked about the connection between males who cry during marriage and eventual separation. She asked if it was true that if a man cried at his wedding, there was a higher chance of breaking up. The Kapuso actress then commented on her own post and was thankful that her husband did not cry during the wedding.
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