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Georgina Wilson says sorry to Nora Aunor over Tweetpic

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Georgina Wilson. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Top-rate fashion model Georgina Wilson apologized to superstar Nora Aunor over a photo that circulated in the social microblogging site, Twitter.

The Tweetpic (photo posted on Twitter) is a manipulated image of her body with Aunor’s head.  It earned violent reactions among netizens, especially fans of Aunor.

Wilson said it was not her who came up with the photo. She said she just retweeted it but immediately removed it.

She added she has utmost respect for Aunor.

Wilson is niece of Aunor’s contemporary, former beauty queen turned actress Gloria Diaz.








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  • http://twitter.com/RaffyAntonio Raffy Antonio

    Grabe naman kung makalait kayo sa simpleng “nephew” bakit hindi na ba pwede magkamali? Itinama na nga nung proof reader yung error eh. Kaya nga meron silang: 
    Philippine Daily Inquirer’s day desk. Hay ano ba yan… Yung iba naman kung maka-comment ganun na lang…

  • adscity_info

    gusto lang mabalita at sumikat ng babaeng ito.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003351393549 Hazel Bulan

    nephew?niece kya



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