Project Glow Up, bibigyan ng P100k ang lalaking kumasa sa prank ng takoyaki shop

Project Glow Up, bibigyan ng P100k ang lalaking kumasa sa prank ng takoyaki shop

- Project Glow Up, a local brand, is giving away P100k to Ramil Albano

- Ramil, is said to be the man who got a tattoo on his forehead after falling for a prank made by a takoyaki store

- On Facebook, photos of Ramil with his tattoo was posted online and went sensational among netizens

- This, in return, prompted local brands to help the man after he fell for an April Fool's Prank

Project Glow Up, a local brand in the Philippines, is giving away Php 100,000 to Ramil Albano, who fell for a prank that was made by a takoyaki store.

Earlier, photos of a man getting a tattoo on his forehead after taking up the prank 'challenge' of a local takoyaki store, went viral on social media.

Project Glow Up, bibigyan ng P100k ang lalaking kumasa sa prank ng takoyaki shop
Photos: Project Glow Up on Facebook
Source: Instagram

Following this news, local brands in the Philippines chimed in to help the man, saying he is the real winner of the said prank of the takoyaki store.

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On the official Facebook page of Project Glow Up, they posted a photo containing details about the Php 100,000 they plan to give away to Ramil Albano.

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In their online post, Project Glow Up clarified that this was in no way a prank and that they actually plan to give the money to Sir Ramil Albano.

"THIS IS NOT A PRANK. To Sir Ramil Albano, this is not an April Fool’s prank. We will be giving you P100,000 for being dedicated in taking up the challenge full-heartedly! You are the winner for us!" they wrote.

As previously reported by KAMI, a video of a groom feeling faint on his wedding day has recently gone viral. On Facebook, Our Story Films uploaded the video they took on their official page. Earning over 1.7 million views, netizens flocked to the comments section tagging their friends about Jawie's story. In the video, the groom could be seen getting help from his guests who were trying to wake him up.

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Meanwhile, a video of a newlyweds at their church wedding has been making its rounds on social media. On TikTok, user @monsilog posted the video on their account, earning 11 million views. The video showed a priest preceding the wedding ceremony, with the groom having to answer "Opo, Father." However, the way the groom answered stunned the priest, making everyone laugh inside the church.

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