Ivanka Trump, daughter of United States President Donald Trump, celebrated the 6th birthday of her daughter Arabella Kushner with balloons, gifts, and surprisingly, hotdog with marshmallow on a stick.
She shared an Instagram story of the hotdog-marshmallow on a stick combo with the caption, “Keeping it healthy.”
Although, we all know that this is a Filipino dish commonly served at children’s birthday parties, the rest of the internet were ~shookt~.
The Trump family simply cannot be trusted pic.twitter.com/1pji0kwcsY
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) July 18, 2017
tried it so many times. It's a filipino combo. Usually serve this to a party or celebration.
— Vince ⭐️ (@thevinceycode) July 19, 2017
Is that marshmallow and hot dog? Rich people are weird pic.twitter.com/tmkN7fGyD0
— brian (@bribri_an) July 18, 2017
BuzzFeed PH’s Matt Ortile even asked: “Did Ivanka throw a Filipino birthday party for her daughter Arabella?” We think so!
did Ivanka Trump throw her kids a Filipino birthday party??? pic.twitter.com/1hCuNN28Rt
— Matt Ortile (@ortile) July 18, 2017
They don’t look like the red hotdogs that we love, but Filipino netizens pointed out that Ivanka should’ve use colorful marshmallows and put the skewers on a cabbage head. We totes agree!
hot dogs aren't red enough
— lil extro vert (@jazomoises) July 18, 2017
The marshmallow are wrong. It should be flower-shaped ones
— #PRAYFORMARAWI (@JDBiebersKitten) July 19, 2017
Hotdogs should have fun cuts on them! The aesthetic is also in the cut marks!
— Mao Almadrones (@TheCatSaysMao) July 19, 2017
Kulang…she didnt stick them in a head of cabbage
— Tristan (@tristanjangulo) July 18, 2017
— Jon (@skiplings) July 19, 2017
Also, where’s the karaoke, Filipino-style spaghetti, Jollibee chicken, and the drunk titos, Ivanka? LOL.
But there's no karaoke, no spaghetti or palabok, no Jollibee chicken, no lechon, no drunk uncles and chitchatting aunties
— MJ (@imarcusj) July 18, 2017
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