Vice Ganda, tinawag-pansin ang headline ng isang publication: “Ang lakas mang clickbait”

Vice Ganda, tinawag-pansin ang headline ng isang publication: “Ang lakas mang clickbait”

- Vice Ganda, in a recent social media post, called out an online publication for publishing what he claimed was a “clickbait” headline

- The headline of the said publication mentioned the TV host-comedienne as getting angry with the staff of a fast-food service

- It can be recalled that Vice recently jokingly asked the staff of a fast-food chain why should she be made to pay when she’s an endorser of it

- Vice immediately took to social media and called out the said publication for writing what the TV host claimed as nothing but another “clickbait”

Vice Ganda, in a recent post on the social media platform ‘X’, called out the headline of an online publication for what the TV host claimed was a “clickbait” headline.

Vice Ganda, tinawag-pansin ang headline ng isang publication: “Ang lakas mang click bait”
Photo: Vice Ganda
Source: Instagram

A “clickbait” headline or content has the sole purpose of attracting attention and encouraging online users to click on a link that would take them to a particular page.

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In many instances, a “clickbait” headline would present a certain angle, which would prove to be different from the main content.

In the headline of the said online publication, it says that Vice blew her top to a staff of a fast-food service.

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It can be recalled that the TV host-comedienne recently jokingly asked the staff of a McDonald’s drive-thru as to why should she be required to pay because, after all, she’s endorsing the products of McDonald’s.

In the video that Vice later shared on her vlog, she made it clear that she was only making a joke and the McDonald’s staff seemingly played along.

In the case of the online publication whose headline Vice called out, it says that the TV host got angry at the staff.

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The TV host immediately took to the social media platform ‘X’ to call out the headline and express her opinion about the matter.

“Grabe ung headline! Ang lakas mang click bait. “Very creative” makapang ulul! Bwak bwak bwak!” Vice wrote in his post.

The online publication has yet to issue a statement on the post of Vice Ganda.

Vice Ganda is one of the most popular comedienne and TV hosts in Pinoy showbiz. She rose to fame after getting noticed for her skill in making people laugh in movie films that eventually became box office hits. Vice is also one of the hosts of the noontime show, "It's Showtime," which has been airing on ABS-CBN for 13 years now. Aside from her showbiz work, Vice also owns a cosmetic line named 'Vice Cosmetics'.

In a related post, Vice agreed with the comment of a netizen who claimed that other people are making money out of destroying the image of the TV host. According to Vice, her name is being overused in "clickbaits" and "fake news."

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It can be recalled that in a post on her social media channel, Vice Ganda was seen jokingly berating a staff of a fast-food restaurant after she was charged for food she ordered. Earlier, the TV host asked her mother in a video call on what she wanted to eat. When she finished ordering, Vice then proceeded to the other window where she was told how much she owed. She then jokingly got angry and berated the staff for charging her even though the employee knew she was endorsing their products.

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