Several Albularyos Urged Kris Aquino to Consult About Her Illness
Romel Chika revealed that “albularyos” or witch doctors encourage TV host Kris Aquino to consult her unexplained illness.
Romel Chika said in an episode of ‘Cristy Ferminute’ that numerous albularyo vloggers are already requesting Kris Aquino’s advice, and that it’s possible that someone is bewitching the TV presenter because her ailment hasn’t been cured. When doctors and drugs fail to cure an illness, according to Cristy Fermin, someone creates it.
“Ang ibig sabihin no’n, may nagpapakulam! May nagpapabarang. Eh, ano naman ang masama kung maniwala rin siya, kung ayaw niya maniwala eh ‘di huwag!” Cristy said.
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It’s also reported that no one knows why Krissy’s disease, which is causing her to lose weight, can’t be traced right now. The albularyos are reportedly pleading with Kris to release them so that he can find out whether someone is ‘working’ for him.
Meanwhile, Kris has already stated that he does not believe in this form of treatment, as reported by Ogie Diaz. Kris’ apparent anger with the red emojis that spread in her comment area prompted Cristy and Romel to address some of the emotions and remarks of netizens, including Kris’ request that only yellow or pink emojis be used.
Many people are hoping for Kris’ recovery, according to Cristy, while some are dissatisfied that Kris was able to tweet about the problem with the red emoji. Kris, according to some internet users, should not only deal with physical but also mental illness.
“Huwag mo nang pansinin ‘yang mga ‘yan, huwag ka nang dutdot nang dutdot ng mga bagay na hindi naman makatutulong sa paggaling mo, ano ba talaga ang kulay ng puso, hindi ba pula? Bakit ginagawa mong pink saka yellow? Sa hitsura mong ‘yan ngayon, nasa utak mo pa rin ang politika?” said Cristy.
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