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Mamang Basurero’s Amazing Transformation Looks Like Hollywood Actor Chris Pratt

Mamang Basurero’s Amazing Transformation Looks Like Hollywood Actor Chris Pratt


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‘Mamang Basurero’ Dennis Pascual has caught the attention of netizens in Angeles City Pampanga as his total transformation looks like the Hollywood actor Chris Pratt after getting a head-to-toe makeover by a local makeup artist.

Richard Strandz a professional Hair and Makeup Artist in Angeles Pampanga made his recent YouTube vlog post subjecting the junk collector in his town.

According to Strandz that he’s been seeing Pascual since he was in college and now that he has his makeup studio he wants to help the junk collector.

“Dati rin akong nangangalakal bata pa ako, pag nakakakita ako ng nangangalakal yung parang ang gaan ng loob ko sa kanila, basta pag nakikita kong masipag sila gusto ko silang tulungan,” said Strandz on his vlog on why he’s doing it without a cost.

The homeless man said he was abandoned by his family when he was seven years old so he’s been living alone since then. There are times when Pascual gets beaten but “hindi po ako lumalaban,” Pascual said.

After the makeover, Pascual then undergoes a free photoshoot to see his before and after look. A Netizen then commented on the photo saying “Jake Cuenca x Richard Gutierrez in first look.”

Pascual received Php 500 and the hairstylist promise him to buy a new set of clothes and hoping he’ll become a model if given a chance because he has the potential to become one.

As of this writing, the vlog post earned 83,314 views.

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