Filipina Ru Girls You Didn’t Know About
Filipina pride has always been celebrated around the world. It is no doubt that they have the talent to be at par with world-class talents. From pageantry, singing, and up to women’s weightlifting, the Philippines has a lot to offer.
Even in the world of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Filipina legends such as Ongina and Manila Luzon have brought representation. With the latest addition of Aura Mayari to the roster, it proves that Filipina queens are set to dominate worldwide. But there are also other Filipina Queens from the franchise that deserves recognition. Some of them were from international franchises of Drag Race and even made it to the finale.
With this, here are Filipina Ru Girls you may not know about:
Stephanie Prince competed during the second season of Canada’s Drag Race. Being a proud Filipina, she even showcased her own version of Jollibee during her entrance look. While she was eliminated early and landed on the tenth spot, she was still able to show her lewks online. From an agila look that was inspired from Gazini Ganados, up to an Ibong Adarna, she really delivered.
Rock M. Sakura
Rock M. Sakura is a Vietnamese-Filipina queen who competed during the twelfth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She was also the host of Fashion Photo Ruview for Drag Race Philippines, alongside Ongina.
Kimmy Couture is a Fillipina-Canadian transwoman who competed during the third season of Canada’s Drag Race. She also made herstory as she was the first Filipina to reach the finale of the franchise.
Mocha Diva competed during the second season of Drag Race Thailand. She ended her journey in the competition with the rank of 10th place. Her elimination was filled with *draaamaaa* that caused her competitor to sashay away alongside her.
Kyne was also known as the “Math Queen” as she graduated with a Math Major at the University of Waterloo. She competed on the first season of Canada’s Drag Race and finished 11th. Currently, you may see her on different social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube. She uses her knowledge on Mathematics and shares fun facts about it to her audience.
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