Mystica Slams Diwata, Calls Pares Vendor ‘Dugyot’

Mystica has a furious message for Diwata

MYSTICA – The former singer-actress expressed her disappointment with how Diwata interacts with his fans and manages his business.

In a Facebook post, Mystica, who is now living in the United States, criticized Diwata for seeming uninterested in engaging with his customers. However, Mystica observed that Diwata was more inclined to interact with content creators who were giving him gifts.

Mystica criticized Diwata for appearing disgusted with fans who want photos, favoring those who give him gifts instead. She noted that he no longer cares about his customers, questioning how people can admire him when he acts so unreachable. Mystica, who also works in the food industry, advised Diwata to address sanitation issues at his establishment.

“Unahin mo ang sanitation at kalinisan ng mga kumakain sa iyo, yun ang dapat inaasikaso mo, hindi ang mangbara ng mga taong ikaw naman talaga ang pinunta, hindi ang pares mo,” she said. “Hindi niya alam na ito ang magpapabagsak sa kanyang nilalangaw at dugyot na ugali, dugyot na katawan at pagmumukha at dugyot na paresan!” she added.

Meanwhile, Mystica, whose real name is Ruby Rose Mauanay Villanueva, is a former actress and singer. She has been known for her roles in television series and movies, including notable appearances in Ang Probinsyano (2015), D’ Uragons (2002), and Pipo (2009). Mystica gained recognition as a singer and was dubbed the “Split Queen” for her flexibility and acrobatic performances.

Apart from her entertainment career, Mystica has been active on social media, expressing her views on various issues, particularly those related to the entertainment industry. She has been known for her strong and outspoken personality both on and off the screen.

On the other hand, Diwata is a social media personality and entrepreneur known for selling pares, a Filipino beef stew served with rice. Originally from the province of Samar in the Philippines, Diwata moved to Manila to seek better opportunities. His entrepreneurial journey, marked by hardship and resilience, included living under a bridge and working various jobs, such as a construction worker and a beautician, before finding success with his 24-hour pares business.

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