KID PHOTO: Filipino man, Sir Ramil Albano, tattooed Taragis Takoyaki on his forehead for his down syndrome son to win ₱100K KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, April 2, 2024

KID PHOTO: Filipino man, Sir Ramil Albano, tattooed Taragis Takoyaki on his forehead for his down syndrome son to win ₱100K

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Filipino man, Sir Ramil Albano, tattooed Taragis Takoyaki on his forehead for his down syndrome son to win ₱100K.

'PANG TUITION AT PARA SA ANAK KO NA MAY DOWN SYNDROME'

Today, the owner of Taragis went to North Caloocan to visit Ramil Albano, the netizen who took the challenge seriously, to personally give him the P100,000 cash.

Takoyaki shop 'Taragis’ faced online backlash after sharing an April Fools' Day challenge that turned out to be a prank.

Ramil took the challenge seriously and got the shop's logo tattooed on his forehead, expecting a response from the shop. However, Taragis later clarified that it was just a joke and reminded everyone about the importance of reading comprehension and skepticism on April Fools' Day.

In their posted video, they asked for forgiveness for those who were hurt by the April Fools' post.

"Humihingi ako ng tawad. At sana magsilbing aral ito sa ating lahat, lalong-lalo na sa mga kapwa influencers ko o prank na nasa internet, na maging responsable tayo sa mga ina-upload natin" said Karl

The owner of the takoyaki company also offered to pay for the expenses to erase the tattoo on Ramil's head and promised to help him with other things he needs, especially since his youngest son is suffering from Down syndrome.

Some netizens have mixed reactions to Taragis' quick actions, stating that they were just forced to do it due to the backlash, while others express their appreciation.

Prior to this, some brands quickly expressed their willingness to help Ramil by offering cash prizes ranging from P10,000, free services and products like iPhones, and up to P100,000.


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