o much has happened this week but we’ll bet this cycle’s pay that most of what you’ve been reading is about the Vhong Navarro-Deniece Cornejo scandal because it’s what’s been all over our news channels and sites*.
What happened (whatever really happened) was awful, we’re sure. Someone getting beat up and someone crying out attempted rape is always bad, sad news but here are the TL:DRs of the other important things that happened this week.
*P.S. If you’d like to know why celebrities dominate Philippine news, you should click here.
Davao City officials have proposed an ordinance that bans the use of “component or sound system, motorcycle stereo, videoke machines, and karaoke machines from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.”
People who plan to have videoke parties in Davao, your days are numbered. And if Mayor Duterte says so, you know he means business.
Google, in cooperation with the Department of Tourism, launched Google Street View in the Philippines on January 28 with a virtual tour of Intramuros.
We’ll need more Filipinized directions, though. Like “turn right at the coconut tree with a white barking dog tied to it.”
While many people felt the Grammys this year wasn’t up to par, at least, Nickelback wasn’t nominated for anything. But Macklemore won, guys. Macklemore! Over Kendrick Lamar!
In related news, Queen B is a SURFBORDing sex goddess.
Megamall’s newly-built Fashion Hall on the third quarter of this year.
Finally! A gadget that detects true love! If you guys think unhooking a regular bra was already frustrating, well…
“Candy” is now a trademark owned by King.com. Mandy Moore is not amused.
What other news-worthy events happened this week? Share them in the Comments Section.