Ai-Ai delas Alas answers back at rude person for calling her ‘hindi maganda’ and ‘ordinaryo lang’
You wouldn’t want to mess with comedienne Ai-ai delas Alas, especially when it is early in the morning.
As she was busy minding her business going to work, Delas Alas unexpectedly encountered a rude woman in the elevator who called her “hindi maganda (not beautiful)” and “ordinaryo lang (just ordinary).” She narrated her encounter on Instagram yesterday while she shared the photo “Be your own kind of beautiful.”
Calling the experience as “nakakatawa at nakakainis (funny and irritating),” Delas Alas did not mince her words as she called the woman “impakta” (demon). She recalled what the woman said as “Hindi pala maganda si Ai-Ai no ordinaryo lang guard (Ai-Ai is not beautiful, she’s just ordinary right, guard)?”
But not letting her get away,Delas Alas quickly rebuked her: “Ate hindi ko naman sinabing maganda ako ahhh ang aga-aga ang impakta mo ikaw ba maganda (I did not say I was beautiful aahh it’s too early and you turn into a demon. Are you beautiful)?”
As Delas Alas answered back at her critic, she shared the woman was left speechless, looked back at the comedienne and froze like a statue.
But it seemed the woman did not stop there and continued on criticizing her. Delas Alas’ assistant heard this, and the guard with whom the woman was having a conversation warned her that she was heard by the comedienne. This led the woman to leave as she saw the assistant.
According to Delas Alas, the moral of the story was: “WAG MAMINTAS KUNG D KA RIN LANG DIN MAGANDA TSE (Do not pick on someone if you’re not yourself beautiful, tse)!”
Meanwhile, netizens sided with Delas Alas and lauded her action for answering back at the woman.
Don’t you dare mess with Ai-Ai. /ra
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