Alodia Deleted from Facebook Again

Filipina cosplay queen Alodia Gosiengfiao gets deleted from Facebook based on false reports of fakery.

Alodia Deleted from Facebook Again

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21 Comments (with 4 Conversations) on “Alodia Deleted from Facebook Again”
  1. angelinyou says:

    I really don’t get it. These days, it’s a sin being rich @.@

    • Pef says:

      it’s not really about being rich. it’s just a lot of people like her and some people just can’t accept the fact that some people are just blessed. they’re just insecure that’s all.

  2. Dan says:

    Haters are probably a bunch of cunts who are utterly butt****ed in audition while she gots it, and now they want revenge against her.

    Even though ironically, they are actually involved in CLOSET Masturbating of her pics!

  3. Jachin says:

    its so sad that they can actually do this to them just because they hate them :”> from now on I hate haters : |

  4. Mike Abundo says:

    Looks like Facebook heard Alodia loud and clear. Her profile and page have both been restored. 🙂

  5. Jais says:

    I really don’t get why people would throw hate on Alodia when she’s extremely nice and talented. I suppose that’s how showbiz really is. I’ve talked to some of her “haters,” the more normal ones I guess. They’re just indifferent or not used to the phenomenon she’s created nor the trend of personal marketing. But if you think about it everyone in showbiz is into it, each with his/her own agenda and causes to promote. And what’s wrong with introducing the geek culture into the mainstream? It’s not about fighting for acceptance it’s about introducing a fascinating new culture/subculture that people can get into as well. I don’t get the whole keeping it real thing. Anyway, I think I’ve said too much. Glad they restored her fanpage. I was on her friends’ page. Any news on restoring that? And yeah, I’m a reader here. You introduced me to HappySlip back in the days and I totally love her. Alodia on the other hand, I’ve known since the early Anime Club days. ^_^

    • Mike Abundo says:

      Thank you for your continued readership, Jais! You’re right about personal marketing: to most Filipinos outside traditional showbiz, it’s still an alien concept. As for introducing geek culture into the mainstream, some Filipino cosplayers xenophobically cling to subcultural elitism like a security blanket.

      You’ll be pleased to know, however, that Facebook has restored Alodia’s personal profile. 🙂

      • Jais says:

        Yeah I saw it too and you’re welcome. You’re blog is informative and tackles so many things about what we can do with the world wide web. What you said about personal marketing and cosplayers is true too. People are not good with change it seems.

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