Ai-Ai delas Alas refutes death hoax anew: 'Ano ba napapala niyo?' | Inquirer Entertainment

Ai-Ai delas Alas refutes death hoax anew: ‘Ano ba napapala niyo?’

/ 06:48 PM July 10, 2021
Ai-Ai delas Alas

Image: Instagram/@msaiaidelasalas

Actress-comedienne Ai-Ai delas Alas did not mince words as she refuted another death hoax, stressing that the perpetrators must have nothing better to do.

“Sa totoo lang mga gago gumagawa nito… na stress ate ko dito atsaka iba kong friends sa abroad ano ba napapala nyo sa [paggawa] ng ganito ??? [Pampadami] ng views […] sa ganitong paraan???” Delas Alas said on Instagram yesterday, July 9.


(To be honest, only fools do things like this… my sister and friends abroad were all stressed. What do you get from this? To gain more views… using such tactics?)

The comedienne’s post came with a screenshot of the said death hoax, which was posted on YouTube with the title “PUMANAW NA ANG AKTRES NA SI AI AI DELAS ALAS…” by the channel ATUBS TV.


The photo was also captioned “FAKE NEWS” by Delas Alas, who told the public to not subscribe to the channel. The video, which was posted around three weeks ago, is currently unsearchable on the video streaming platform.

“[Kung] ano ano [na lang] namatay daw ako sa sakit na diabetes .. MGA G*GO [five] years na ko walang sugar sa katawan except fruits and coco sugar mga sira ulo mangmang inutil!!!!!” Delas Alas emphasized.

(They were saying such nonsense, claiming that I died from diabetes… you fools, I have been free of sugar except fruits and coco sugar for five years now, you crazy, ignorant fools!)


“Buti nalang maganda ginamit nilang picture kung hindi mas mababa pa sila sa inutil at mangmang !!! Hinulma sa tae ang kaisipan!” she quipped.

(Fortunately, they used a good photo of me because if they did not, they would be much worse than ignorant fools. Their minds are fashioned after sh*t!)

Delas Alas had similar sentiments in July last year, when she debunked another death hoax and pointed out that she was pretty in the picture used by the perpetrators.

Fellow comedienne Pokwang, meanwhile, supported Delas Alas via the post’s comments section, where she shared that she is actually going to sue someone who made up a crime her husband had supposedly committed.

“[Naku] miss @msaiaidelasalas grabe yan meron pa isa mag sasampa kami ng kaso dahil binugbog daw ni Papang Lee (Lee O’Brian) si Mae [Ria Mae Subong] kaya naghiwalay [kami] at nag decide daw ako na dito na ulit tumira sa Pinas! hahahahaaa kailan ako tumira sa [America]????” Pokwang shared.

(Miss Ai Ai, we are actually going to file a case against those who said my husband, Lee, beat up Mae, and that it was the reason we broke up and why I decided to live in the Philippines again. Hahaha when did I ever live in America?)


Ai-Ai delas Alas

Image: screengrab from Instagram/@msaiaidelasalas

Many other celebrities have fallen victim to death hoaxes, including Gab Valenciano, Sunshine Cruz, Kim Atienza and Michael V., among others.  /ra


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