Rufa Mae Quinto says sorry for "Sana All" comment on post about Cheslie Kryst; deletes comment

Feb 6, 2022
Rufa Mae Quinto apologizes for "Sana All" comment on Cheslie Kryst's death.
Rufa Mae Quinto deletes her original comment and posts her apology on the Instagram post about the late beauty queen Cheslie Kryst. The actress said: "Na bitin Lang po sa text and yes Di ko nabasa buong caption"
PHOTO/S: (L) rufamaequinto on Instagram / (R) Taken from kamicomph on Instagram

Rufa Mae Quinto went viral over the weekend when she mistakenly posted "Sana All" in a post about the late beauty queen Cheslie Kryst.

Following the sudden death of the 2019 Miss USA titleholder, tributes for Cheslie continued to pour out online and her mother, April Simpkins, remembered her daughter and her daughter's battle with depression.

A local social media news outlet highlighted this news in a post. The photo used was Cheslie in a black bikini that highlighted her abs.

Rufa Mae, who admitted she didn't read the post's full caption, said her attention went straight to Cheslie's physique and this made her leave the comment "Sana All."

Upon realizing her mistake, Rufa Mae deleted her first comment and wrote an apology in the same post.

She said (published as is): "Sensya na po, my deepest sympathy [bouquet emoji] to her family. Napakaganda at sexy Kaya nasabi ko na sana all ganyan ka perfect . Nabilib kasi ako sa Ganda , and sexiness , Na bitin Lang po sa text and yes Di ko nabasa buong caption [praying hands emoji] [two hearts emoji], hanggang Miss usa Lang po nakita ko. So yesh read more nga ."

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The actress-comedienne added, "Condolence po sa family [two hearts emoji] rip [praying hands emoji]"

Read: Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst dies at 30

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Cheslie shocked pageant fans around the world when she took her own life on January 30, 2022 (USA time). She was 30 years old.

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If you are or someone you know is experiencing depression or considering suicide, please contact Hopeline Philippines’ 24/7 hotlines: 0917-558-4673 for Globe, 0918-873-4673 for Smart, 02-8804-4673 for PLDT, 2919 toll-free for Globe and TM.

You may also contact the Crisis Hotline of the National Center for Mental Health: 1553 for Luzon-wise landline toll-free; 0966-351-4518 / 0917-899-8727 / 0917-899-USAP for Globe and TM subscribers; 0908-639-2672 for Smart, Sun, and TNT subscribers.

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Rufa Mae Quinto deletes her original comment and posts her apology on the Instagram post about the late beauty queen Cheslie Kryst. The actress said: "Na bitin Lang po sa text and yes Di ko nabasa buong caption"
PHOTO/S: (L) rufamaequinto on Instagram / (R) Taken from kamicomph on Instagram
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