Singer-model Solenn Heussaff said yesterday that she feels "very offended" by the editing of a French documentary that "made (her and her friends) sound like total spoiled brats." She told PEP.ph, "Not to mention the title of the documentary was (Stories of) Gangsters, Drug Lords and Bimbos."
The documentary by French channel M6 supposedly made Heussaff and her friends "look like (they) don’t work, and (that) all (they) do is live the lifestyle." There were no names mentioned on the video but Heussaff said the title was "obviously referring" to them. She said, "All my friends are well-educated, respected, self-accomplished, down-to-earth, and successful women."
The French documentary showed Solenn Heussaff’s friends including actress-host Ruffa Gutierrez and Professional Models Association of the Philippines Vice President Mikaela Lagdameo-Martinez
Heussaff, who is half-French and half-Filipino, added, "I was very offended since my dad and I helped them organize their documentary here (and provided for their) transportation. They wanted to film several sides of the Philippines and they just totally exaggerated the differences between the poor and more fortunate."
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