Viral sensation Madam Inutz receives early Christmas gift from manager

posted October 25, 2021 at 08:45 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
There’s no stopping Daisy Lopez, otherwise known as Madam Inutz, as she soars high in her showbiz career. 

With solid support and guidance from her manager, former Gay World titlist, Wilbert Tolentino, slowly realizes her dreams.

Madam Inutz took her colorful and vibrant personality inside the Pinoy Big Brother House as of the housemates of the popular reality show’s 10th season. She was one of the first three official housemates announced to enter the famed PBB House.

Popular online seller Daisy Lopez, a.k.a. Madam Inutz, with her manager Wilbert Tolentino
Popular online seller Daisy Lopez, a.k.a. Madam Inutz, with her manager Wilbert Tolentino
Before becoming officially part of PBB, Madam Inutz released her debut single, the novelty song “Inutil,” and also recorded her sophomore, “Sangkap ng Pasko,” to be relased just in time for the holiday season.

“Promise, iiyak kayo sa song na ito. Sobrang mata-touch ang mga Pinoy,” said Tolentino who is also a social media personality himself.

You can now watch the official music video of “Sangkap ng Pasko” on the Official YouTube Channel of Daisy Lopez.  

Last Oct. 5, before she had hotel quarantine for PBB, Madam Inutz received an early Christmas gift and surprise from Tolentino – an 88 square meter house and lot in Bulacan.   Watch the trending vlog here: 

Tolentino plans to do some additional renovations in the house while Madam Inutz is inside PBB. 

“I plan to build the house with three floors to accommodate her whole family. Also I want to build a sari-sari store so that they can have a stable business. The area is residential and the location is very accessible to the residents since it is near the main entrance of their subdivision,” Tolentino said.

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Topics: Daisy Lopez , Madam Inutz , Wilbert Tolentino , Pinoy Big Brother House
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