WATCH: Nico Bolzico pulls ‘soap cheese’ prank on Erwan, Solenn Heussaff
MANILA, Philippines — Nico Bolzico has targeted brother-in-law Erwan Heussaff with a “soap cheese” prank and “wifezilla” Solenn Heussaff became “collateral damage.”
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@erwan keeps bullying, recently he made me into a reindeer; so it was time to remind him that you don't mess with #ElBolzico… Sorry Bebu @solenn, you were collateral damage, I didn't know you were shooting with Erwan today! Executing a perfect prank is better than two mothers! Disclaimer: I checked before and the soap is not toxic for humans, even if the swallow it! Disclaimer for kids: do not try this at home! Eating soap is really bad! #BeforeMessingWithElBolzocoThinkTwoOrThreeTimes #BornToPrank #Erco #SosBolzFEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENT
Bolzico, known for his witty marriage advises as the founder of the “Bullied Husbands Club,” said he planned this prank because he was always bullied by Erwan.
“@erwan keeps bullying, recently he made me into a reindeer; so it was time to remind him that you don’t mess with #ElBolzico…” Bolzico wrote in an Instagram post on Tuesday.
He also added some disclaimers on the caption saying, “I checked before and the soap is not toxic for humans, even if the swallow it! Disclaimer for kids: do not try this at home! Eating soap is really bad!”
In the video, Bolzico sliced soap in cubes to look like cheese, drenched it with olive oil and sprinkled some oregano.
Describing the dish as a “beautiful, beautiful cheese platter,” Bolzico made the Heussaff siblings try it and successfully got his revenge on Erwan.
“For a second, I thought ‘Oh my god this is the worst cheese I’ve ever had’ and then I was like ‘Oh my god it’s soap,’” Erwan said.
Solenn commented and gave a caution on Bolzico’s post, saying “Pay backs going to be sweet. I wouldn’t eat at home for a while if I were you.”
Erwan echoed his sister’s commented and said: “Good luck eating anything I make at the office too.” /cbb
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