The future of advertising is in Kris Aquino’s comment section
The Queen of All Media strikes back
Apr 24, 2018
Kris Aquino is not one to shy away from netizens—especially online trolls—who have something to say to her. She responds to her followers (and haters) with much joie de vivre, proving that she’s the #palabanmommy she claims to be. And honestly, we’re here for it.
The internet blew up over the weekend when Aquino posted a rather bold comment on ex-husband James Yap’s Instagram post. Yap shared a photo of him and son Bimby, as a birthday greeting. Apparently, Aquino took the post as an indirect ‘jab’ at her, as Yap wrote how he hasn’t seen his son in a long time.
But that’s not all. The best part of this entire hullabaloo is further down the comments section, where the “Queen of All Media” wittingly segued most (if not all) of her endorsements while answering to a few people. Among them were Smart, PLDT, Ever Bilena, and UniLab. One comment of hers even revealed that she’s a Taylor Swift fan (she called herself a #swiftie).
Follow these threads for all of Aquino’s amusing replies:
no tea, no shade 🐸☕️
the devil works hard, but Kris Aquino works harder
advertise lang ng advertise HAHAHAHA pic.twitter.com/hG5RbTjMtL
— Liz (@lizzysheng) April 22, 2018
KRIS AQUINO FTW.
My new response when people try to silence me about my demise while simultaneously (ofc) exposing the people behind it: pic.twitter.com/Gnqw4KaWcY
— Alex Sia (@lexandrasia) April 20, 2018
Seriously, Kris Aquino just might be the future of advertising. So the industry should take notes.
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