Thursday, October 22, 2020

Bretman Rock & Mimiyuuuh: Two Unproblematic Filipino Influencers Of 2019

Bretman Rock & Mimiyuuuh: Two Unproblematic Filipino Influencers Of 2019

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A breath of fresh air, actually. In a world where everyone just wants to be the center of attention, they just do their own thing and be themselves.

Bretman Rock

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Same Energy 🌸💕

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The internet is crazy, that’s for sure. One moment, the internet adores this celebrity then the next thing you know, they’re cancelledt — yes, with a T, probably for the tea that the Youtube Drama Channels are about to spill.

But that’s how it was with the infamous Tati Westbrook x James Charles feud that took a drastic decline to the latter’s channel.

This particular drama got really messy to the point that a lot of names got dragged into the issue (Nikita Dragun, Jeffree Star, the bartender at Tati’s birthday party, etc.)

However, one famous influencer remain unbothered and that was Fil-Am Bretman Rock who was busy reviewing coconut waters on Instagram.

Bretman continues to have a clean slate and just recently, he won the People’s Choice Awards Beauty Influencer of 2019!

As of writing, he video records his comments about certain brands of mascaras and posts it on Instagram. He even composed a jingle for this particular segment:

Ahh, tweets that you can hear.

Bretman “Da Baddest” Rock is also a loving uncle to Cleo Amore, her sister’s firstborn; an amazing son to his Filipina mom who he gifted a house; and is a boyfriend to this mystery guy that he’s been dating for the past few months now.

Mimiyuuuh

The local Youtube community is not one to be left behind when it comes to spewing dramas, too. But just like Bretman Rock, Mimiyuuuh (whose real name is Jeremy Sancebuche) is here, staying unproblematic.

Skkrrrt! Famous for his viral “Dalagang Filipina” and “Kahit Ayaw Mo Na” videos, Mimiyuuuh exhibits versatility as he’s now featured with personalities like Heart Evangelista.

His vlog with the fashion icon reminded their viewers of Shane Dawson’s “The Secret World of Jeffrey Star” series where a humble Youtuber collaborated with a fellow Youtuber who lives a glamorous lifestyle.

The internet stanned him even harder after he called out a fan to stop using him as an excuse for laziness.

We love an influencer who uses his platform wisely!

In addition, last November 4, Mimiyuuuh snatched the 2019 E! Pop Gala #Trending award. As he should!

People often say that the internet is the best and worst thing that happened to us. But at the end of the day, it really depends on how you maximize the medium.

As for Bretman Rock & Mimiyuuuh, you’re doing amazing, sweeties!

PS. Drink your coconut water & water, biii–!

Photo Source: Bretman Rock & Mimiyuuuh Official Instagram

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