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Sep. 10, 19 | 10:16 am

A netizen has accused celebrity vlogger Alex Gonzaga for cutting immigration lines.

She allegedly even tried to go first before a pregnant woman.

Alex told her side of the story in a series of tweet on Monday.

A netizen shared a screenshot of her friend’s post about what transpired at the Immigration area when Alex and her family came in.

This, as Alex complained in a series of tweets about the heavy traffic in Pasig City that delayed their flight to Japan.

“Alex gonzaga kagaspangan ng ugali mo nagumpisa ka na naman wala ka patawad pati friendship ko.. nakakaloka!” the netizen said in a tweet.

“Alex Gonzaga just tried to cut me at the immigration queue. What’s with entitled Filipino celebrities lol,” a Facebook user wrote.

Alex replied saying that a new counter opened for senior citizens and together with her parents they went to the newly-opened counter.

A pregnant woman approached them and they allowed her to go first.

“You weren’t there kaya wag ka magsalita as if alam mo. Kasama ko senior citizens, di kami pa-entitled. Nung nagsabi ‘friend’ mo pinauna namin sya,” Alex tweeted.

The netizen responded by saying that it’s good that the vlogger remembered her friend.

“Sa totoo lang kaya ko sya naaalala kasi nabastusan ako sa ginawa nya dahil habang kausap ng mommy ko at yung dalawang matanda dahil nagpapaalam siya basta dumaan sa gitna friend mo at nagsabi sya daw dapat. Tinanong pa ng daddy ko sino daw yun dahil nagulat sila,” Alex added.

Alex said that they did not find it a big deal and she would rather focus on positivity and enjoy her Japan trip.

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