Bb. Pilipinas 2010 Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Binibining Pilipinas 2010 pageant!

Bb. Pilipinas 2010 Winners

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25 Comments (with 4 Conversations) on “Bb. Pilipinas 2010 Winners”
  1. faye c. says:

    Whether Venus Raj was born in Doha Quatar or in Camarines Sur is immaterial because she is a Filipino citizen since her mother is a Filipina. So that settles her citizenship! Dapat naisip yan ng organizers. I sympathize with Ms. Raj.

  2. DOC JOEY BETITO says:

    Dear Venus,

    You are right that you complained when the orgnizer stripped you with the title.
    In the begginning, if they found out that your resume has a problem, they should call your attention or prevent you from joining the contest. It’s unfair to you what the organizer did to you. Keep on fighting until you get justice. Ang Bicolana HINDI NAGPAPATALO LALO NA PAG MAY KATUWIRAN. ABUHAY KA VENUS. . .

    Ang Saimong Kababayan,

    Doc Joey Betito
    Founder/Chairman, MHC

  3. hercy nieva says:

    They have a bad history of stripping,and humiliating winners of Bb. Pilipinas, like Janina San Miguel. Lots of Latina winners hardly speak English, yet they were able to win the crown. Let’s hope they give the crown back to Venus for the year 2011.

  4. TG says:

    Give the crown to a woman who can speak clearly and can back their words with with cohesive substance and intelligence. Supposedly all these candidates are college graduates. Good Grief. View videos of past candidates during their pageant interviews and try and decipher their responses to questions. You will not only be in awe but more than likely a little embarrased for them.

  5. jemjem says:

    In the 1st press statement of BPCI, the confirmation of the discrepancy between Venus Raj’s personal account of her birth and her birth certificate came after the coronation. According to BPCI, the authenticity of Raj’s birth certificate was given due respect during the screening, however, she later publicly refuted the information in it. BPCI must have realized the legal obstacles she may encounter especially when getting a passport since one of the basic requirements is the birth certificate. It follows that without a passport, she could not get out of the country for further training and join the Miss Universe Contest. For me, reinstating her does not mean giving her false hope but clinging to any possibility that she could get a passport. I’m banking on her lawyers to do necessary measures as soon as possible. Let us not lose hope for Ms. Raj. Thanks to BPCI for considering her reinstatement as per appeal of her fans.

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