Via Instagram on Sunday, August 21, Lolit Solis criticized Bea Alonzo for being “mukhang tita”.
Solis said she was amused after Alonzo was bashed online as she was deemed unfitting for her character in the Pinoy adaptation of Start-Up. The actress stars alongside Alden Richards in the series. Start-Up is a 2020 South Korean television series that starred Bae Suzy, Nam Joo-hyuk, Kim Seon-ho, and Kang Han-na.
Solis wrote, “Tawa ako ng tawa Salve sa reaction na mukhang Tita ni Alden Richards si Bea Alonzo. Nag react daw ang Korea bakit mukhang matandang Tita ni Bae Suzy ang kinuha ng Pinas para sa Start Up. Ano ba iyan, talaga bang labas na wrinkles ni Bea at kahit anong gawin make up talagang kita ng mukha siyang matandang Tita ?
“Grabe naman hindi na matakpan ng make up at styling ng glam team niya ang edad ni Bea eh ang mahal ng bayad sa mga ito pero hirap parin ayusin ang edad. At sobra naman iyon balita na kailangan mag mukhang matanda si Alden Richards para pantay tignan ang edad nila ni Bea Alonzo na mukhang Tita talaga.”
Solis also discussed Alonzo’s breakup with Gerald Anderson, the current boyfriend of Julia Barretto. She then criticized the actress’s looks, calling her “mukhang losyang” and “laos”.
“Hay naku, talagang nakaka alis ilusyon ang nagaganap na discovery ngayon kay Bea Alonzo . Iyon mukha siyang matanda, maraming wrinkles, laylay mga bilbil, mukhang losyang na laos na star, at marami pa after iwanan siya ni Gerald Anderson para sa mas bata at magandang Julia Barretto. Dapat talaga nagkaruon agad ng saving releases para lumabas na bida si Bea after the break up. Kailangan sa ganitong sitwasyon meron team Bea Alonzo para sa back up ng image ni Bea. Hayun nauna tuloy iyon question, ‘bakit iniwan ? Hindi worth it?’. Image building sana inasikaso kesa consulting a lawyer, simple management issue ng isang publicist. Wrong move Salve at Gorgy, no amount of meet and greet, kung wala naman planning ang management niya will save Bea Alonzo sa pagka laos pag ganyan takbo ng career niya. Tell me if I am wrong ? Bongga👌,” she ended.
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This was not the first time when Solis lambasted Alonzo online.
In her Instagram post on Wednesday, July 27, Solis alluded to Alonzo and said she was the perfect example for the Anti-Ghosting Bill.
On June 30, Negros Oriental Rep. Arnolfo Teves Jr. filed House Bill 611 or the Act Declaring Ghosting as an Emotional Offense. The bill was referred to the Committee on Health on Tuesday, July 26, and caused a buzz on social media.
She said if ever the bill gets to be passed into law, every time there will be someone filing a case of ghosting, Alonzo will always come to mind.
She previously slammed Alonzo for being 2 hours late in a presscon for her product endorsement in one of her posts. She also took a potshot on Alonzo’s age and looked, saying her glam team is having difficulty fixing her appearance to look younger.