Mimiyuuuh sports brushed-up hairdo, tells fans: 'Tago niyo muna mga girlfriends niyo' | Inquirer Entertainment

Mimiyuuuh sports brushed-up hairdo, tells fans: ‘Tago niyo muna mga girlfriends niyo’

/ 06:17 PM September 29, 2022

Image: Instagram/@mimiyuuuh

Mimiyuuuh temporarily ditched his iconic bangs as he showed off his brushed-up hairdo, and fans as well as fellow celebrities could not help but swoon over him.

The vlogger flaunted his hairstyle after he got his hair trimmed by celebrity hairstylist Jing Monis, as seen on Mimiyuuuh’s Instagram page yesterday, Sept. 28.


“Tago niyo muna mga girlfriends niyo mga lodi! Baka retri gods ‘to,” he quipped, referring to “retribution gods” which apparently is a slang term used to refer to skilled players on online game Mobile Legends.

(Hide your girlfriends away from me, idols! [I feel like] a retribution god.)


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Chie Filomeno and Lovi Poe were among those who gushed over the vlogger’s hairstyle, while Maymay Entrata and Bea Alonzo sent laughing emoji via the comments section.


Image: instagram/@mimiyuuuh

Mimiyuuuh first gained mainstream media attention after his “Dalagang Filipina” challenge back in 2019. The vlogger has since grown his following on YouTube with 4.35 million subscribers as of this writing.  /ra


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