R’Bonney Gabriel’s ‘Pinoy’ humor shines in invite to watch MUPH 2024 coronation night

May 22, 2024 - 11:03 AM
R'Bonney Gabriel
Miss Universe 2022 R'Bonney Gabriel in this screengrab from a video posted on her Instagram on May 21, 2024 (rbonneynola/Instagram)

“Your Pinoy humor is coming through!”

This was the comment of some Instagram users to a video of Miss Universe 2022 R’Bonney Gabriel promoting the coronation night of Miss Universe Philippines 2024 which she is hosting.

The Filipino-American beauty queen used a meme of a woman sliding in mud and reenacted it to catch the attention of her followers.

“Ruined my back for this… so you better come see me host Miss Universe Philippines Finals night tomorrow,” she wrote on May 21.

In the video, R’Bonney completed the meme content of the woman sliding and proceeded to deliver her spiel.

“Miss Universe Philippines coronation night, May 22nd. I’m hosting and I better see you there,” she said.

The beauty queen then begins to stand from her position.

“Tulungan mo ako,” she said, offering her hand to an unseen individual.

Her video has gained over 37,000 likes and several comments from Filipinos who especially found the content funny.

“Hahaha, oh nooo, your humor is really Pinoy!” television personality Kim Atienza wrote with a heart emoji.

“Omg, queen! Your Pinoy humor is coming [through]!!! Hahaha, see you tomorrow,” Miss Charm Philippines 2024 Krishnah Galvez wrote with heart emojis.

“Hahahahahaha, best promo ever,” Miss World 2013 Megan Young commented with rolling-on-the-floor laughing emojis.

“What’s the meaning of this???” another Instagram user wrote.

“Good question,” R’Bonney responded with a loudly crying emoji.

The half-Pinay is among the hosts of the coronation night of Miss Universe Philippines 2024 which will crown the successor of Michelle Dee and represent the country at the upcoming 73rd Miss Universe in Mexico.

R’Bonney will be joined in hosting duties by multi-media personality Tim Yap, actors Alden Richards and Gabbi Garcia, and Emmy award-winning TV personality Jeannie Mai.

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