Bea Alonzo ABS-CBN Ball 2019 Vlog “Gaya-gaya” To Julia Barretto’s Vlog?

Bea Alonzo received negative comments for posting vlog after Julia Barretto did

Netizens accused Bea Alonzo of “gaya-gaya” when she posted her ABS-CBN Ball 2019 vlog right after Julia Barretto did.

Vlogging is one of the media that celebrities are exploring nowadays. Aside from TV and movies, they are also capturing audiences on social media, especially on the video-sharing platform YouTube.

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Photo courtesy of @beaalonzo / @juliabarretto IG

Bea has already started her YT channel a few years ago but became inactive. Her last post prior to her recent past was 11 months ago. On the other hand, Julia just started her channel this month and her first entry was her preparation for the ABS-CBN Ball 2019.

Speculation arose that Julia’s meaningful lines in her vlog was her “patama” to Bea. “Never force yourself to a guy… actually in general. Or just save it also for somebody who actually wants to be in your life,” the younger actress stated.

Is it coincidence or it is intended? Bea’s first post after a long time of YT hiatus was also her preparation for the said annual event. However, Julia Barretto was the one who uploaded the video with the same content.

Because of this, several netizens commented that Bea Alonzo is doing “panggagaya” to Julia Barretto. Some netizens accused the older actress of being insecure to the younger actress.

A netizen even commented that they would no longer buy this kind of propaganda from Bea. Another one commented with the accusation that she really bullied Julia during the height of the controversy with Gerald Anderson.

On the other hand, fans of Bea Alonzo were there to defend her and to show support for her new YT video. Some even requested more vlogs from her. Here are some of the comments from netizens.

Bea Alonzo netizens' comments
Bea Alonzo netizens' comments
screenshots of netizens’ comments on Bea’s vlog

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