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Maxine Medina gives some pointers to Wynwyn Marquez
By Arci Pineda

Oct 17, 2017

2016 Miss Universe candidate Maxine Medina says that WynWyn Marquez has all the chances of winning in the Miss Reina Hispanoamerican pageant.

The pageant will be held on November in Bolivia. According to news, Latin and Spanish speaking countries questions the first entry of the Philippines in the said pageant.

“Bakit hindi? Bakit hindi, di ba? Ang dami-daming Pilipina na magaganda, matatalino, mas magagaling kaysa sa ibang countries na girls. And I mean, well, bakit hindi?

“We should be proud, yun na lang, for her na sasali siya sa ganitong pageant, although I’m not familiar with this pageant, ha? Pero in any case, kahit anong pageant pa ‘yan, basta I’m all the way to support a Filipina.”

Also, people say that candidates in Reina hispanoamerican quest were joined by tall, pretty and sexy women.

“Well, kasi lumaban ako ng Miss U. Hindi naman sa nag-aano... [nagbubuhat ng bangko], pero kahit sinong ilaban mo na Filipina sa lahat ng pageant, nakakapasok. Di ba? Pansinin nyo.

“Saka iba ang beauty ng Filipina. Iba ang galing talaga natin. Naa-appreciate ng buong mundo.”

Maxine gives some pointers and advice to wynwyn...

“The usual—enjoy yourself, enjoy the moment. Actually, ang dami nang advice na nakukuha ni Winwyn, e. Pero for me talaga, be yourself talaga. Kasi it will show.”

Meanwhile, what can Maxine say on her co-Bb Pilipipnas candidate Mariel de Leon who’s been commenting on her social media account against President Duterte’s administration?

Doesn’t she think this might affect Mariel’s stand on the coming 57th Miss International pageant which will be held in Tokyo, Japan on November 14?

“There’s nothing wrong in proving yourself, pero... well, it’s her game plan, e.”

Is she close to Mariel?

“Not really. Pero nakakausap ko siya before, bago siya lumaban ng Binibini.”

“Siguro Mariel is different from other girls, and gusto lang niyang ipakita kung sino talaga yung totoong siya. Well, wala naman sigurong masama kung magbibigay ka ng opinyon. Kahit sinong beauty queen nagbibigay ng opinyon niya thru social media, di ba?

“And everyone is bashed. At the end of the day, siya pa rin yung isisigaw natin, Philippines pa rin, so we have to support her.”

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FINALLY, Ulysses Lustre (Nadine Lustre’s dad) breaks his silence on the untimely death of his son.

According to news, Isaiah,16 took his own life on the eve of October 7 Through his Facebook account, Ulysses aired out his grievances.

In his messages, Ulysses expressed how hard it was to lose a child.

“The lost of a father or a mother is painful, the lost of a son is unbearable,” simula ng post ng ama.

“The demons of depression is devouring our youth. I call out to all sons and daughters to please stop hurting yourselves. Your depression is incomparable to us parents when you do. Life is beautiful. Please bear that in mind. Happy Birthday Ice. We love you so much,”

Ulysses expects people will learn from this experience that it could initiate awareness on depression.

“You got me there Ice, so much lessons learned. Even I am not free from depression, thru your writings I’m now more bolder to face it head on. I am proud of you Ice. This tragedy will not end unnoticed. A battlecry for fi ghting depression will be shouted. And there will be awareness.”

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