Judy Ann, biktima ng malisyosang tweet
Author: Vinia Vivar
NABULABOG ang showbiz kahapon dahil may isang taong nag-tweet sa Twitter na nagkaroon ng miscarriage si Judy Ann Santos.
Siyempre, nagulat ang lahat ng nakabasa sa malisyosang tweet, lalo na ang mga kaibigan ng aktres kaya tsinek agad kay Juday kung totoo ang balita.
It turned out na false alarm pala dahil may kumumpirma sa amin na kahapon ng tanghali, kasalukuyang nasa Greenbelt sa Makati si Juday at buong ningning na may ka-meeting.
Wala yatang magawa ang nag-tweet na 'yon at pati ang nananahimik na tao ay ginagawan ng maling balita.
NAKAKATUWA naman itong si Ryan Agoncillo.
Wala siyang hindi pinagbibigyan sa mga hinihiling ng naglilihing asawa na si Judy Ann Santos. One time raw, Juday wanted na kumain ng isang klase ng fried chicken na nang puntahan ni Ryan ang restaurant na nag-o-offer nu'n, eh, nakasara na ito.
Poor, Ryan, he begged daw for the restaurant manager to cook even just one piece of chicken for Juday.
Nag-oblige naman kaagad ang nabanggit na restaurant manager.
Kung sabagay, how can you say no to a celebrity, especially if it's for Ryan at ang humihiling ng food ay si Juday?
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Beware of poseurs on Twitter
Author: Mario E. Bautista
SO many writers rely on Twitter for showbiz news, but they should be careful as some stories there are fabrications.
Best example is the report that Judy Ann Santos had a miscarriage that naturally worried all her friends and relatives as they know how hard Juday and hubby Ryan prayed for their baby. If it's meant to be a joke, it's a very bad one. Ryan had to make a denial in "Eat Bulaga" to disprove this.
Another example is Regine Velasquez attacking Arnel Pineda's rendition of "Lupang Hinirang" in her Twitter account. It turns out Regine isn't on Twitter and an impostor is just using her name. Even Ogie Alcasid is amazed at how Regine's impersonator knows all about her moves and reports them all in the account. The poseur is now even circulating many negative stories about other stars using Regine's name. Don't these poseurs have a life of their own? Can't Twitter itself do anything to prevent fans from assuming the identities of their idols?