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“Kasinungalingan yung $3000” – KTV Management’s Side On The Viral Scam Video Involving A Canadian National

Just this weekend, a video of a Canadian national named Kengo M on Facebook went viral. In his video, he exposed a certain Club Apeiro Entertainment and KTV Bar and the men who according to him tried to extort $3000 from him for some drink and food.

But a willing source that is connected with the bar surfaced and wanted to clear the KTV’s side. Mr. Roland Kua was informed by the KTV’s manager’s close friend about what really transpired. Kua, then went to Philippines Trends to air the management’s side.

Here in Rachfeed, we believe that there are always two sides of a coin.

The other side

According to Mr. Kua, the caption in Kengo Muhamadi’s story is a flat lie. He was not asked for $3000, in fact, looking back at the video, the man did say that the $2000-$3000 was from other customers.

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So, anyway, the truth, according to Kua is that Muhamadi entered the club and asked for 6 girls to entertain him. He proceeded and ordered food and drink for all of them which reached P40,000.

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But when it was time to pay, Muhamadi’s credit card was declined. This is the reason, according to Kua, why Muhamadi was brought to another room to ask him to call a family member.

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This is also the reason why his passport was taken, but it was only to verify his details and it was also returned immediately.

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As a proof, Kua even showed the receipt of the bill of Mr. Muhamadi.

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The source also showed the passport and credit card that was used by Mr. Muhamadi.

The supposed lie

In the caption of Muhamadi’s video, it can be read that he was being forcibly asked for $3000 for some food and drink. He also mentioned in his comments that the club forcibly took $1000 from his credit card. Could that be the P40k bill? That would roughly convert to $1000 in Canada.

Save the judgment

As a final note, Kua called out to people to not pass judgment until you know both sides of the story.

“Wag sana muna tayo mag judge ng kapwa natin kung hindi natin alam totoong storya.”

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Radio Presenter Reveals Discovery of Daughter Still Texting Her Late Grandpa

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Different people have different ways of coping with death, and many do it by ‘talking’ to their dead loved ones even though they know they would no longer get a response. But any don’t think that children cope in this manner, and some even say that kids aren’t as affected with death as adults.

British radio presenter James O’Brien discovered recently that his daughter has been sending text messages to his late dad who actually died 5 years ago!

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According to O’Brien, his daughter was still ‘very young’ when her grandfather died; thus, the radio presenter didn’t think he held a lot of impact on the girl’s life or that his death would greatly affect her.

Sometime after his dad died, O’Brien gave his old phone to his daughter. She used it mostly to just play games as the phone didn’t have a sim card with credits from a telecommunication company.

My youngest has had my old phone for a couple of years. Just for games, which I download for her before disconnecting the internet. Still has my old contacts though [and] it turns out she’s been messaging my dad, who died 5 years ago. I may have something in my eye,” O’Brien wrote, as he shared a photo of the text messages.

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The photo went viral, with many people saying they also did something similar when trying to deal with the death of a loved one.

That’s so lovely. About two weeks after my Dad died, my four [year] old picked up our phone and had a hushed pretend conversation, then put the phone down and announced, ‘That was Grandad. He isn’t very happy in heaven and he wants to come back!’” wrote another parent, Rachel McCoubrie (@McCoubrieRachel).

What do you think of this little girl and her text messages to grandpa? Cute, right?

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Witty Online Seller Wins People’s Hearts With Her Funny Buyer-Seller Conversations

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Putting up an online store can be very scary. What if the people don’t like your products? What if there are no repeat orders? What if you can’t grow your following and a lot more what ifs.

But one thing is certain, if you put up a shop, you have to get customers. The method that you use to entice your customer will determine whether they will be curious enough or sold with what you show them.

One “online shop” in the Philippines became viral and is definitely winning the uniqueness game as buyers and page likers flock her page. As of now the page already has more than 100,000 followers.

All this because of the way the online shop brings a twist to online selling.

Stereotype

Normally, online store sellers try their best to be nice to their buyers even to the point of kneeling and begging just so the seller will buy. But then, what makes them different from other sellers? Nothing, they are just like them.

Anna’s Online Store made sure that she is not like the rest of them. With her witty replies and reactions to her buyers, people quickly grew fond of her.

Wittiness

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Sounds rude? No, that’s just the way she handles things. The way she delivers her honesty and frankness to the clients made them love her more.

I mean, come on, who would not be entertained by a buyer who answers like this to buyers?

Take this buyer who suggested items for the seller.

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What about a kind of seller that tells you that you can’t order any more from her?

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When this buyer saw his conversation with Anna posted on the page, he commented and this is where the seller made it clear that she was serious.

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Speaking of the devil, (devil comment, not Anna, peace Anna!)

This is by far my favorite one on the page. When I read this I nearly spat out what I was drinking.

(Thank God I didn’t, RIP to my nose if that happened.)

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Imagine being called a devil just because you wanted to order again. LOL Anna, you just made our day.

This just goes to show that Anna is by far the best seller out there. Who wouldn’t want to transact with a dishonest seller, right? At least Anna is honest.

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Brutally honest, but still a great seller.

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P.S.

Cyst Anna, if ever you read this, we mean you no harm, we were just so entertained by the way you put a twist on online selling. Hat’s off to you and more power to your shop.

“Wag mo po kami i-bush, cyst.”

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Bride Pays Php30k for Designer Gown, Receives Ugly Piece that Nearly Ruins Her Wedding

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Her wedding day is one of the most exciting moments of a woman’s life. It is also the day when any woman becomes the star of the show!

It is expected, therefore, that every bride wants to look her best even if that means spending a good amount of money on her wedding gown. Of course, many would argue that the wedding gown is something you use only once; thus, you don’t have to spend a fortune on it but many brides would disagree, saying that the most important day of their lives deserve the most beautiful outfits.

Bride Mhayo B. Arguelles felt the same way. So, for her wedding scheduled last February 14, she made sure to order the gown of her dreams way ahead of date. She met with a gay designer who drew what appears to be a gorgeous gown for her wedding.

Photo credit: Mhayo B. Arguelles / Facebook

It was worth Php30,000 ($575) but that actually sounds like a good deal for that kind of gown. Just looking at this design, anyone would have fallen in love with this piece! But it turned out that the gay designer was much better in drawing than making the actual gown.

The first fitting was in November 2017. While the gown looked too simple compared to the drawing at the time, the bride didn’t think there was anything wrong because she simply thought the gay designer was going to add more to that gown. After all, it was still November, 3 months from the wedding.

Photo credit: Mhayo B. Arguelles / Facebook

Pleased with her gown, she even ordered the groomsmen’s clothes from the same designer; although she changed her mind on letting the designer work on the bridesmaids’ gowns as she wanted him to focus on her wedding dress.

The designer delivered the gown the day before the wedding – and it was so ugly that the bride thought her wedding was going to be ruined. For sure, no one would want to wear that gown!

Photo credit: Mhayo B. Arguelles / Facebook

Thankfully, her maid of honor was able to save the day, finding her a beautiful wedding gown at the last minute.

Photo credit: Mhayo B. Arguelles / Facebook

What’s rather hilarious, though, is that the gay designer has filed a complaint against her at the barangay hall for failure to pay the Php8k ($153) balance on the gown. The nerve!

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