Para sa maraming Venezuelan fans, “ninakaw” ni R’Bonney Gabriel ng USA sa kanilang manok na si Amanda Dudamel Newman ang Miss Universe 2022 title dahilan para putaktehin ng mga ito ang organisasyon online.
Ito ang mababasa sa dismayado, at tila galit na mga fans mula Venezuela kasunod ng runner-up finish ng kanilang pambato sa naganap na ika-71 edisyon ng Miss Universe nitong Linggo.
Sa Instagram page ng Miss Universe, mababasa na pinutakte ng maraming galit at dismayadong Venezuelan netizens ang anila’y lutong resulta ng kompetisyon.
“With all due respect Miss Universe but they stole our crown that fight between Dominican Republic and Venezuela,” anang isang Venezuelan fan.
“Venezuela was the winner,” segunda ng isa pa.
“This Miss Universe was Amanda Dudamel,” sey ng isa pang Latina fan.
“Venezuela deserved to win and we all know that,” dagdag na hirit ng isa pa.
“For me, I am Venezuelan, and neither is this much in the world of Miss Universe, was between Venezuela and Dominican Republic, the USA being sincere did a lot with getting to the top 5 Once again we see how politics and money go before any human value,” walang anu-anong dagdag na komento ng isa pa.
“They limited comments to the Venezuelan people! They can’t express themselves freely in Miss Universe posts. This new owner gives a lot to think about. That inclusion thing seems to be pure blah blah blah.”
“Congratulations to the USA, but clearly neither she believed it, as everyone thought for the good answer that gave Venezuela That she would be the new queen!”
Para sa kanila, mas naibigay ni Amanda ang mas malinaw na sagot at tumpak sa oras kumpara sa naging winning answer ni R’Bonney.
“Just parade and crown it.. They ask questions in which the USA is fucked and they give her the crown? Where is the justice? VENEZUELA WAS THE ABSOLUTE WINNER FROM DAY 01 AND TONIGHT THE OVERTAKE TO ALL🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪!”
“USA exceded the question time 🙄🕐 Venezuelan’s answer were IMPECCABLE!”
“How the winner was choose? Bc this woman exceeded the 30 seconds limit for her answer. This crown was clearly for Venezuela or Dominican Republic, we were robbed.”
“The one who couldn’t even summarize the words won. What a great theft!”
Sa tanong na, “If you win the Miss Universe, how would you demonstrate this as an empowering and progressive organization?” kaniya-kaniyang talas ng sagot ang Final 3 na sina R’Bonney, Amanda, at Andreina Martinez ng Dominican Republic.
“I understand the Miss Universe Organization is looking for an ambassador somebody who is able to communicate a message. I have dedicated women’s rights for as long as I can remember, it’s been my actual day every single day. I’m here to demonstrate us no matter where you come from your background is not defined you in the terminations and I will show that by be working every single day showing my initial determination. Thank you,” ani Andreina.
“If I get to win Miss Universe, I will follow the legacy that many women across the universe has showed to be part of this organization, because Miss Universe has demonstrated that they choose women who inspire with their messages and transform with their actions. And that’s precisely what we like to do. I’m a fashion designer by profession, but I’m not the signer of dreams,” sagot naman ni Amanda.
“Well, I would use it to be a transformational leader. As a very passionate designer. I’ve been sewing for 13 years I use fashion as a force for good in my industry. I’m cutting down on pollution through recycled materials when I make my clothing. I teach sewing classes to women that have survived from human trafficking and domestic violence. And I say that because it is so important to invest in others, invest in our community, and use your unique talent to make a difference. We all have something special and when we plant those seeds to other people in our life, we transform them and we use that as a vehicle for change,” paliwanag ni R’Bonney.
Si R’Bonney ang ikasiyam na Miss Universe titleholder mula USA. Siya rin ang kauna-unahang Filipino-American na humawak sa prestihiyusong titulo.