- The new video of the beautiful young girl that netizens took to calling “Bangus Girl” made rounds on social media and once again went viral
- Netizens can’t help but be awed at the beauty of the young girl and be amazed at how hardworking she is in selling milkfish at the market
- It can be recalled that “Bangus Girl” took social media by storm more than a year ago when someone uploaded the video he took of her while she was busy selling fish to customers
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- As of writing, the new video has been reacted to by netizens more than 239K times with over 3.6 comments, and has been shared by netizens more than 1.2K times
The latest video of the beautiful young girl that netizens referred to as “Bangus Girl” once again went viral after making rounds on Facebook anew.
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As of writing, the new video has been shared more than 1.2K times with over 3.6K comments, and has been reacted to by netizens more than 239K times on TikTok.
Other videos of the lovely girl, whose real name is May Ann Basa, have gone viral before.
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In the new video, “Bangus Girl” can be heard in her local dialect appealing to passersby to buy her milkfish.
“Bangus na mataba. Bili na po kayo dito. Eto po auntie sample mga uncle sample matabang bangus,” May Ann kept on telling prospective customers while removing the scales and fins of the milkfish.
She also managed to inject humor in her sales pitch in a bid to engage more customers.
“Ang nagtitinda lang po ang payat, eto po o mga uncle matabang bangus, mataba pa sa tindera. Ilang slice po uncle? Lima?” Bangus Girl said.
“O auntie uncle ha, mataba po yan, mataba pa po sa nagtitinda,” May Ann added.
Netizens can’t help but be awed by the beauty of “Bangus Girl” and be amazed at how hardworking she is in selling fish.
It can be recalled that May Ann took social media by storm over a year ago when someone took videos of her selling fish and uploaded it on social media.
She caught the attention of the organization, Roxas City Communications Group, who immediately conducted an interview of May Ann and found out moved in with her aunt after her mother died.
May Ann also revealed that her father has another family and could not afford to take her in.
At the time of the interview, “Bangus Girl” also said that she uses her earnings selling milkfish to pay for her tuition and to help her other siblings.
When Roxas City Mayor Ronnie Dadivas heard about May Ann, he gave her a scholarship and livelihood assistance.
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Today, May Ann is pursuing her studies but still kept on selling bangus at the Burgos Market in Roxas City.
Viral stories are often the ones that touch the emotions of people. Many of these stories are about how people overcome the obstacles facing them and became victorious. Others are about humorous circumstances, though there are a few that talk about sad endings.
Several months ago, a story about the video of an online seller bursting into tears of joy when she found out she passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) while doing live selling also went viral. The seller, Jerlyn Esteves of Masbate City, said she didn’t expect to pass the exams as she wasn’t able to review properly because she was too busy with her live selling. She admitted she took the same exam in 2019 but was not able to pass it even if she reviewed for the test properly. Esteves also said she went through a lot before finally passing the examination for teachers.
In some cases, viral stories aren’t about talent but brought about by circumstances. One of such cases is the photo taken by netizen @ellagarcia of a posted sign inside a jeepney plying the Sta. Barbara-Dagupan, Pangasinan route. The posted sign contained the earnest appeal of the driver to passengers for a few pesos additional fare. The sign indicated that the driver doesn’t compel passengers to pay a higher amount of fare but they can voluntarily do so if they could. The driver of the jeepney, according to the sign, said that his appeal came about due to the high price of diesel fuel.