Judy Ann Santos slams fake ads, says she doesn’t use slimming products
Judy Ann Santos again slammed a brand, which used her pictures to promote slimming products without her permission.
The actress warned the public that the endorsements were fake via her Instagram on Friday, July 26. It was just last June that she was included in a weight-loss drink ad without her consent.
“I am not endorsing or using BLACK LATTE AND/OR PURPLE MANGOSTEEN!” she wrote in her post.
She said there were already attempts to contact those selling the products but that she did not receive a reply. She noted that pictures of her from an endorsement shoot were used, but that the product was changed with one that she does not promote.
Santos also said, “Wala po akong ginamit na kahit anong slimming drinks or products to lose weight.”
“Proper diet, workout and a supervised slimming program under AIVEE INSTITUTE ang ginawa at ginagawa ko hanggang ngayon.”
(I do not use any slimming drinks or products to lose weight. [I do] proper diet, workout and a supervised slimming program under Aivee Institute until now.)
“Pinaghirapan ko sa tamang paraan para makabawas ako ng timbang,” she said. “So, para sa mga taong gumagawa nitong fake na balitang ‘to… pagpaguran n’yo naman din sa tamang paraan ang pagbenta ng produkto n’yo.”
(I worked hard to lose weight the proper way. So to those people who made this fake news… work hard to sell your product in the right way.)
Santos also informed the public in March that she does not have a public personal Facebook account after a certain “Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo” posted job opportunities while pretending to be Santos. /ra
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