Social media personality Marlou Arizala, who goes by the name Xander Ford, revealed his post-surgery look on Rated K last Sunday, October 1.
His transformation photos went viral on social media and #XanderFord quickly became one of the top trending topics on Twitter.
Netizens showed their support for Xander’s new look.
Btw Xander Ford looks great. I need his surgeon's business card for real.
— BV (@whoisbv) October 2, 2017
— (b)arne(y)e (@arnee0609) October 1, 2017
My goodness ang gwapo ni Marlou! Ayyy #XanderFord pala. 😂
— Elgine Celestino (@ElgineC01) October 1, 2017
But other users said he did not need the cosmetic enhancements.
Nakakalungkot na kelangan natin dumating sa point na baguhin ang sarili natin para lang iplease ang ibang tao kahit di dapat #XanderFord
— phiwip ⭐ (@Phillippous) October 1, 2017
Andami na namang drama ng mga tao. Na kesyo kailangan pa magpalit ng mukha para lang maaccept ng society. #XanderFord
— dok tonyo 👨⚕️👌 (@tonyobandido) October 1, 2017
On the other hand, netizens pointed out that people should stop bashing Xander and he should be free to do whatever he wants with his life.
Look how the panglalait and bashers pushed marlou to do plastic surgery! As long as his happy with it! Go for it xander ford #XanderFord
— Matthew Mendoza (@MattMatthaios) October 1, 2017
Xander Ford is the best epitome of a person who wants to get rid of bullying and mockery. But still, some people just don't get the point.
— Jelcris A. (@jcrsarngrn) October 1, 2017
Marlou Arizala a.k.a. Xander Ford was a former member of the all-boys group Hasht5 before pursuing his solo career in 2016.
What do you think about the new look of Xander Ford? We think that as long as he is happy, he should go for it. No to cosmetic surgery shaming.
Photo from Star Image Management Group
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