Herlene Budol In RTIA A Prank? Raffy Tulfo Reveals Truth

This is what Raffy Tulfo said about Herlene Budol and her complaint in his program.

HERLENE BUDOL – Senator Raffy Tulfo makes a reaction to the complaint Herlene Budol aired in the RTIA program.

Previously, many people got surprised to see an emotional Herlene “Hipon Girl” Budol in Wanted sa Radyo program of Senator Raffy Tulfo. She aired her complaint and accused her former manager Elize Estrada of pocketing her own money from endorsements that reached Php 1 million approximately.

She asked for Estrada’s help during the pandemic but she never thought she could do what she did. She also made it look like she was the one who owns her money but in reality, it was her former manager who took away her hard-earned money.

In a previous article, her former manager broke her silence and expressed that she will be issuing a statement soon. The accusations from Budol were accordingly heavy and damaging.

While the issue remains circulating online, unsolved, some people seem like thinking that this strategy was just a prank. Tulfo and Budol are both YouTube stars and some people were thinking that this was just a “collaboration” between the two of them.

Herlene Budol and Raffy Tulfo

Addressing these speculations directly, Tulfo denied that Budol’s complaint was a prank for their viewers. It’s a serious matter and his program is taking her complaint seriously. He added that he cannot pull off such prank content anymore.

He said in the same episode of his program: “Hindi na ako pwedeng mag-prank ngayon. Dati pwede, ngayon hindi na. Siguro po maiintindihan niyo kung bakit hindi na ako pwedeng mag-prank dahil nga po sa aking bagong trabaho, hindi na maganda na ako’y papasok sa ganoong klaseng sistema. Seryoso po ito.”

With the nature of his current job, a broadcaster and a senator at the same time, pulling pranks would have to be unprofessional.

Check out the episode below:


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