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Dance choreographer Anna Feliciano claims a job advertisement for ‘Wowowin’ is fake

Feliciano herself claimed in a live video that it was just a poser who used her identity.

“Wowowin” choreographer Anna Feliciano has revealed that she never tried to recruit new dancers for the show.

A Facebook user who identified herself by the name of Anna Feliciano posted saying that Wowowin was looking to hire new dancers who would be on a P70,000 salary.

She has requested that potential applicants send in videos of themselves dancing.

According to the post, the dancers will be on a “stay-in/out” schedule at the Wil Tower between the hours of 7:00 and 8:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

However, Feliciano herself claimed in a live video that it was just a poser who used her identity.

While displaying her poser’s account, Feliciano explained,  “Regarding po doon sa account ko, ito po yung official account ko. Meroon pong poser, ito po papakita ko po sa inyo ha? Fake account po ito.”  She reiterated, “Hindi po ako nagpapa-audition at wala po akong Telegram…wag po kayong magpapaloko sa account na yun na pinakita ko sa inyo.”

Feliciano mentioned that her name on Facebook is Tita A. Feliciano which she rarely uses; if she holds any auditions, it is done via video chat and she denies asking for nude photos from anyone who auditions.

Feliciano also pleaded with her impersonators to refrain from engaging in fraudulent behavior.

The Facebook post that displayed the erroneous job advertisement received more than 14,000 replies, more than 31,000 comments, and more than 46,000 shares. Several people also tagged their friends who were interested in applying for the position.

Written by Charles Teves

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