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LOOK: How did Paolo Contis respond after being compared to a sculpture online?

LOOK: How did Paolo Contis respond after being compared to a sculpture online?

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LOOK: How did Paolo Contis respond after being compared to a sculpture online?

On November 2, Paolo Contis humorously posted a selfie on Instagram to respond to his name that went viral on Twitter.

The photo Contis posted on his Instagram features a side-by-side comparison of himself with his eyes closed as if he is sleeping and a photo of a sculpture.

 

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“Trending daw to kahapon, kaya chineck ko na din! May point naman sila!” He captioned.

Contis trended online after a video surfaced on Twitter featuring BTS’ J-Hope visiting a museum. In it was J-Hope looking at an enormous sculpture of a sleeping man that looks like Contis.

Contis’ name immediately went viral when Netizens have noticed his resemblance to the massive, lifelike sculpture.

The sculpture is titled ‘Mask II,’ a self-portrait of Australian artist Ron Mueck.

Netizens also reacted humorously regarding the video.

Before his post regarding his resemblance with the ‘Mask II’ sculpture, Contis’ last post on his Instagram was an open letter apology for LJ Reyes and their children.

In the post, he admitted he cheated during his relationship with Reyes. Contis confessed that he had another woman while he and Reyes were still together and admitted he was truly ashamed of his actions.

“To Summer, I’m sorry my Ganda. I love and miss you so much.

“To Aki, I wish I could’ve done things differently and listened to you more.

“To LJ, I’m very sorry. For everything. Sa lahat lahat.

“I will work on making myself a better person and learning from this. But for now, please respect our privacy and pray for us,” Contis stated.

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