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Super Tekla’s Former Event Organizer Reveals Michelle’s 2017 Scandal in Tacloban

When he heard about the fiasco surrounding Super Tekla and his live-in partner, Michelle Banaag, former event organizer, Winston Jay Ladera, was not surprised at all.

In his YouTube channel, Winston Jay Ladera TV, he shared what transpired three years ago in a Tacloban hotel where Super Tekla and Michelle were staying. According to him, what happened at that time was even worse. Back then, they kept mum about what happened to protect Super Tekla’s career. But he thinks that now is the right time to tell such a story.

September last year, Super Tekla went to Tacloban for an event that Winston co-organized. He brought with him his girlfriend, Michelle.

On the day that they were supposed to go back to Manila, the couple was not able to catch their flight because of an altercation. Apparently, Tekla woke Michelle up so she can get ready to go home but the latter got angry.

Michelle threw the plates and glasses inside their hotel room.

“Meron daw nagkagulo sa 2nd floor. Pagdating namin doon, yung naabutan naming doon na nakita ko, bukas yung pinto, nagkalat ang mga spaghetti. May basag na plato at saka wine. Duguan si Tekla sa kamay, sa mukha, at sa may leeg,” he shares.

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Screengrabbed from YouTube/Winston Jay Ladera TV

“Yung girl, medyo nagwawala na siya. Siya yung naghihysterical, ganun. Tapos si Tekla, pinatatahimik niya yung girl, that time,” Winston added.

Hotel security came and took the couple downstairs. Tekla went inside the van which was supposed to bring them to the airport. When it was Michelle’s turn, she kept on talking.

“[Sinabihan] ko yung girl, ‘Miss, sumakay ka na ng van kasi male-late na talaga yung flight. Anong sabi niya? ‘Hindi ako sasakay kasi gusto kong malaman ng buong Pilipinas, gusto kong sirain ang career niya,” Winston narrated.

The police came and brought them to the police station.

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FoodPanda Rider Cries after Bike is Stolen While He’s Picking Up an Order

A FoodPanda rider was spotted crying after his bike was stolen while he was picking up a customer’s order outside a mall. Many passersby and netizens pitied him, especially because he uses the bike as his source of income. He can’t make food deliveries without it!

Delivery Rider in Tears Over Stolen Bike

These days, there are so many people who found a job as delivery riders. Many are delivery riders who deliver food to customers using third-party apps like FoodPanda, GrabFood, and many others.

While most delivery riders use motorcycles or electric scooters to move around quickly, there are also those that simply use bicycles. Sadly, there are some riders who are victimized by prank customers and thieves who snatch their phones take their rides.

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Photo credit: Raymond Bartolome

Netizen Raymond Bartolome recently shared a video of a FoodPanda rider who was sitting on the pavement, crying his heart out because his bicycle got stolen while he was picking up an order in Central Mall Olivarez, Biñan.

Hindi naman ako nangloloko ng tao, hindi ako nang-aagrabyado ng tao, ba’t sa akin pa? Ba’t ako pa?” he could be heard asking in between his sobs.

The video has since gone viral, gaining over 650k views and over 26k mostly angry or sad reactions on Facebook.

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Photo credit: Raymond Bartolome

After the video went viral, many netizens commented that they are hoping the culprit will be apprehended soon. Many pointed out that there could be some CCTV cameras in the area, particularly because it happened just outside a mall.

Bartolome and the other riders reportedly contributed what cash they could shell out to help their fellow rider get another bike he could use for making the deliveries. There were also some netizens who were generous enough to send him some cash donations.

Here’s the video:

Delivery Riders with Bikes and Other Rides

Although most delivery riders use motorcycles, some companies also accept riders who only use bicycles for the deliveries. There are even some delivery riders who use roller skates, skateboards, and scooters.

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Best Bridal ‘Car’ for a Pinoy Wedding: A Carabao-Drawn Carriage

It probably won’t work in an urban setting, of course, but if you lived in a rural area, then you must have seen your fair share of Pinoy weddings with a carabao-drawn carriage as the bridal ‘car’ – and it looks so nice, right?

Carabao-Drawn Bridal ‘Car’ Goes Viral

The carabao is an animal of labor, recognized in the Philippines as the national animal. It’s not just a hardworking animal that helps in the field, plowing the ground to help farmers, but a carabao is also admired for its strength, perseverance, power, and efficiency.

Photo credit: Daisy Fulmaran

As the national animal, the carabao is a symbol of the Philippines. So, if you’re planning to do a Philippine-themed wedding, then having a carabao-drawn carriage might work for you.

Just like this couple, Card and Yeng, who got married last November 20, 2021, in a Filipino-themed wedding. Not only did they choose to have a carabao-drawn bridal ‘car’, they even had a Philippine flag hanging from one of the makeshift poles in their carriage.

Photo credit: Daisy Fulmaran

Though the wedding was obviously scheduled at daytime, there’s a lamp hanging at both sides of their carriage – another symbol that you can commonly find in the Philippines.

It would definitely be fun to ride in this special carriage. While it might not be practical in many places, particularly if you live in the big city where carabaos might be too scared to walk on the busy streets or too tired to walk so far, it certainly looks perfect in this rural setting.

Photo credit: Daisy Fulmaran

If given the chance to do it, would you also have a Filipino-themed wedding with a charming carabao-drawn carriage? It’s quite adorable!

Congratulations to the newlyweds, Card and Yeng! Great idea on using these Filipino symbols for your wedding.

Photo credit: Daisy Fulmaran

What are the Filipino National Symbols?

The following are the national symbols of the Philippines:

  • Animal: Carabao
  • Bird: Philippine eagle
  • Fish: Bangus
  • Anthem: Lupang Hinirang
  • Flower: Sampaguita
  • Tree: Narra
  • Leaf: Anahaw
  • Fruit: Mango
  • Gem: Pearl
  • Sport: Arnis
  • Hero: Dr. Jose Rizal
  • House: Bahay kubo
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Baby Born with Undeveloped Twin Attached to Chest, Draws Attention in South Cotabato

A baby in South Cotabato is drawing the attention of curious neighbors and netizens because of an undeveloped twin attached to the chest. Many neighbors have taken to visiting their house to take a peek at the baby’s unusual appearance, but the mom’s heart is simply broken to see the child suffering.

Baby with Undeveloped Twin Draws Attention

Conjoined twins have become common, with several gaining attention in recent decades for various reasons, including being conjoined at the head or stomach.

But there are times when one of the possibly conjoined twins doesn’t develop and still remains attached to the surviving baby.

Photo credit: KMJS

Just like what happened to a child in South Cotabato, who’s becoming an ‘attraction’ of sorts in their locality.

Nu’ng lumabas siya, nagulat po ako sa nakita ko! Nakapatong po kasi sa leeg niya ‘yung dalawang paa. Sa gitna, may dalawang kamay. Ang nasabi ko na lang, ‘Diyos ko!’” said the child’s mother, Angie.

On the child’s chest are a smaller pair of legs facing towards his body, with just a small part that must have been the undeveloped baby’s supposed body.

Photo credit: KMJS
Photo credit: KMJS

It’s clear that this would have been another baby had it fully developed. It’s unclear whether that two would have been conjoined twins if the other one had become developed, but the child is now drawing curious neighbors to their home. They want to see the child, especially because they believe cases like this can bring them luck.

Photo credit: KMJS
Photo credit: KMJS

Habang lumalaki ‘yung bata, lumalaki rin ‘yung nakapatong sa kanya. May mga nagsasabing swerte raw ‘yung anak ko. Kaya araw-araw, lima hanggang sampung tao ang pumupunta rito para makita siya,” Angie said. But she just takes pity on her baby.

Pero ang sa akin po, bilang ina, napakahirap na makita na nahihirapan ang anak mo.

It might be possible for this undeveloped twin to be removed from this kid’s body, but the family doesn’t have the means to pay for the medical bills that would ensue.

Photo credit: KMJS

What’s a Parasitic Twin?

An undeveloped twin attached to a surviving baby is called a parasitic twin or, sometimes, a vanishing twin. Each case is unique, with the attached parts varying among patients. Some are even found inside the living child’s body and discovered only years later.

Parasitic twins occur in fewer than 1 in 1 million births.

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