Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach writes open letter to defend Stella Marquez-Araneta from haters

Nakiusap si Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach na itigil na sana ang pangba-bash sa Binibining Pilipinas head na si Madam Stella Marquez-Araneta. Itinuturing na raw niya ito na kanyang pangalawang ina at sana respetuhin na lang ng lahat ang mga naging ambag ni Mrs. Araneta sa larangan ng beauty pageant sa bansa.

 


Ipinagtanggol ni Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach ang Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. founding director na si Stella Marquez-Araneta laban sa haters nito.

Tila may mga panibagong pangba-bash na inani si Mrs. Araneta kaya naman sa pamamagitan ng Instagram, nakiusap si Pia na itigil na ang pangba-bash sa tagapamuno ng Binibining Pilipinas.

Kahapon, May 15, sinabi ni Pia sa kanyang post sa Miss Universe account na parang nanay na siya si Madam Stella.

Kuwento ng 26-year-old beauty queen, “Madam Stella Marquez-Araneta is the national director in Miss Philippines and she is Colombian.

“She is married to a highly respected Filipino businessman.

“Also, she was the very first woman to win the Miss International title ever.

“She also competed in Miss Universe and placed top 15.

“Today, she is the Charge d' Affaires of the Consulate of Colombia to Manila in the Philippines.

“I've known Madam for years. We've been through a lot, happiness and tears, and she has been a witness to my determination.

“See, I live alone in Manila. They are family to me, she is family to me.

“People may have said a lot of things about her, about me, but at the end of the day, I am her daughter.

“Madam, thank you for trusting me. I promised to not ever lie to you or let you down.”

CARING MADAM.  Ibinahagi rin ni Pia ang tungkol sa araw na pumanaw ang kanyang ama.

Hindi raw niya makakalimutan ang pag-alalay na ginawa ni Madam Stella sa kanya sa naramdamang kalungkutan.

Kuwento pa niya, “I will never forget the day I found out that my biological father passed away and I was in the office of Binibini already ready to leave for an event.

“She immediately went to me to comfort me. She insisted that I go skip work and go home and rest but I said 'No, Madam. I don't want to be alone in my apartment. Nobody there at the event has to know. I can still go.'

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“And also that fateful day where I requested to talk to her privately and vowed that I would not go behind her back and asked her to just please trust me to wear a Filipino made gown in blue which was my color of choice.

“Even little moments where I would google translate and say 'voy a ser miss Universo!' Just to see her smile.

“I worked years to gain her trust, even when I lost.

“When I lost in 2014 I was the last candidate to leave the coliseum cos I was looking for her to say goodbye, we hugged and I said 'I thought I would be here longer.'

“But I think deep inside she knew I would be back.

“There were many ups and downs, not just with me but also the other queens as well.

“But after all that, this was and is the end result.”

“LET’S SHOW RESPECT.” Sa huli, sinabi ni Pia na kahit hindi Pilipina si Mrs. Araneta, malaki raw ang tiwala nito sa isang tulad niya na maiuwi ang korona para sa bansa.

Sabi pa niya, “So you see, the person that trusted me to compete is from Colombia.

“So, why the hate? In fact, we are bonded by years of partnership and a sense of family.

“I hope the hateful messages and cyber bullying can stop soon.

“Let's show respect. And I'm not writing this to gain your love, I am writing this to show my respect.”

Madam Stella Marquez Araneta is the national director in Miss Philippines and she is Colombian. She is married to a highly respected Filipino businessman. Also, she was the very first woman to win the Miss International title ever. She also competed in Miss Universe and placed top 15. Today, she is the Charge d' Affaires of the Consulate of Colombia to Manila in the Philippines. I've known Madam for years. We've been through a lot, happiness and tears, and she has been a witness to my determination. See, I live alone in Manila. They are family to me, she is family to me. People may have said a lot of things about her, about me, but at the end of the day, I am her daughter. Madam, thank you for trusting me. I promised to not ever lie to you or let you down. I will never forget the day I found out that my biological father passed away and I was in the office of Binibini already ready to leave for an event. She immediately went to me to comfort me. She insisted that I go skip work and go home and rest but I said "No, Madam. I don't want to be alone in my apartment. Nobody there at the event has to know. I can still go." And also that fateful day where I requested to talk to her privately and vowed that I would not go behind her back and asked her to just please trust me to wear a Filipino made gown in blue which was my color of choice. Even little moments where I would google translate and say "voy a ser miss Universo!" Just to see her smile. I worked years to gain her trust, even when I lost. When I lost in 2014 I was the last candidate to leave the coliseum cos I was looking for her to say goodbye, we hugged and I said "I thought I would be here longer". But I think deep inside she knew I would be back. There were many ups and downs, not just with me but also the other queens as well. But after all that, this was and is the end result. So you see, the person that trusted me to compete is from Colombia. So why the hate? In fact, we are bonded by years of partnership and a sense of family. I hope the hateful messages and cyber bullying can stop soon. Let's show respect. And I'm not writing this to gain your love, I am writing this to show my respect. ??????????

A photo posted by Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach (@missuniverse) on


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