Regine Velasquez takes notice of witty webcomic strip featuring her famous “The Clash” reading

  • Regine Velasquez noticed the famous comic strip featuring her famous reading
  • Velasquez thinks she can make money from it
  • She hosted The Clash in 2018
Image capture from ChanOrtegaCreations’ FB photo

Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid have noticed the famous and hilarious webcomic strip featuring her famous “The Clash” reading and shared it on her Instagram account.

Velasquez captioned it, “Hmmmmm in fair pwede ko pagkakitaan to.” [Hmmm… In fairness, I can make money from this.]

The comic strip follows the story of classmates in a school setting, wherein one appears ready to go out because the class is done while the other is still asleep so he tried to wake him up but he can’t, that is why he called the singer.

“The Clashhh!!!!!!!” shouted the singer on the comic strip with her iconic loud voice — the classmate was surprised and woke up.

The strip was created by artist ChanOrtegaCreations, which was shared via Facebook on September 23.

Image capture from SM City Rosales’ FB photo

Velasquez is a Filipino singer regarded for her vocal range, agility, and use of the belting technique. According to the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI) she is the best-selling artist of all time in the Philippines, with seven million certified albums sold domestically and a further 1.5 million in Southeast and East Asia. Covers, Vol. 1 (2004) became her eighth album with sales exceeding 200,000 copies; more than any other solo artist in the Philippines.

In 2018, she hosted the Kapuso reality talent show The Clash — a singing competition with a format wherein one contestant faces everyone and the last contestant standing wins.

Her fans seem to love her IG update.

“That’s the spirit,” commented one.

Another netizen said she laughed a lot with the art.

Image via Regine Velasquez’s Instagram account