Marketing stunt lang! Taragis, inamin na peke ang kanilang ‘April Fool’s Prank’

The Takoyaki shop that went viral on social media on April 1, 2024, due to their April Fool’s Prank admitted that they knew the man who claimed to put the logo of their brand on his forehead.

It can be recalled that Ramil Albano received sympathy from the netizens who thought that he was victimized by Taragis Takoyaki Shop’s April Fool’s Prank, a business owned by Carl Quion.

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Albano pretended that he put the logo on the shop, hoping to receive P100,000, without knowing that it was only an April Fool’s Joke from Taragis.

He revealed that Ramil already put the logo of the Takoyaki shop on his forehead last March 28.

“Bakit sa noo? Dahil kung hindi sa noo ay mawawalan lang ng saysay ang tattoo dahil wala nang nakakawili pa sa isang brand logo na nakatatak sa noo ng isang tao,” he said.

“Oo, nagsinungaling ako sa inyo at gusto kong humingi ng tawad. Dinala namin kayo rito sa isang malaking marketing stunt na may iba’t ibang klaseng emosyon, diskusyon, at pagpapakitang tao,” he added.

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Quion made the revelation amid the possible sanctions he may face from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), which mulled the cancellation of their business name registration.

He may also be charged for his marketing stunt.

Some netizens also expressed their disappointment after they realized that their emotions towards Albano were only wasted.

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“Grabe yung Taragis issue noh? Ganito na ba talaga ka forda clout ang mga tao? Di naman yun “marketing strategy” lang. Downright panloloko na talaga ginawa nila. Nung nag video na drama eme pa sila, ang cringey na nun. Tapos ito ngayon w/ the “revelation” eme. Asking sorry again,” a netizen said.

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