Raffy Tulfo Makes Ivana Alawi Cry In Prank Video

Raffy Tulfo Makes Ivana Alawi Cry In Prank Video

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How do you prank a prankster?

That was Raffy Tulfo In Action titular host’s question while his team was planning out a prank to celebrity heartthrob Ivana Alawi.

Known for the viral pranks she does to her family, Ivana is proven to be an experienced one on this field.

Or so she thought.

What seemed to be a regular appearance for Ivana turned out to be an elaborate scheme requested by Tulfo’s staff!

A complainant who used the alias “Loida Rivera” took to the show her complaint that she got food poisoning from the relief goods the actress distributed recently.

Ivana tried to make things right and offered to pay for the hospital bills and a sari-sari store worth PHP 50,000, but the “complainant” refused and demanded PHP 200,000 as compensation.

To this, the Ligaya actress refused and deemed it “selfish” to ask for such amount when it could have helped a number of people already.

Loida then called out Ivana’s well-off background and her disregard of the less-privileged, which made the latter be emotional in front of the camera.

As it turned out, it was actually a prank successfully put together by Tulfo’s team and a fan of Ivana!

Watch the full video below:

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