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Aug. 13, 19 | 12:20 pm

The Barretto sisters war continues on Instagram: Last week, Gretchen Barretto, aunt of the controversial star Julia sided with actress Bea Alonzo after her niece’s posted her defense on Instagram. 
 
Gretchen even hinted that her niece may have used a ‘ghostwriter’ in her desperate move to save her reputation. 
 
“The fact that they hired a ghostwriter for this post is hilarious and makes her sound desperate to salvage whatever is left,” Gretchen said. 


 
In what could be a reference to her sister’s accusation, Marjorie, mother of Julia changed her Instagram bio to ‘ghostwriter’ last Saturday. 


 
This profile change prompted Gretchen to change her Instagram bio to ‘ghost buster’. 
 
Netizens were quick to react on the Barretto sisters actions against each other. Gretchen even shared some comments she had received. 
 
“Most savage tita goes to @gretchenbarretto,” one netizen said. 
 
“Wala na may nanalo na,” another one said. 
 
Netizens were quick to observe that Marjorie deleted her bio after the online reactions seemed to favor Gretchen’s move. 
 
 

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