Ruffa Gutierrez And Belo Medical Group Denounce Fake Facebook PostsRuffa Gutierrez and Dra. Vicki Belo's Medical Group denounced reports that Ruffa was fired by the celebrity doctor, and that the actress lost weight because of African Diet Pills.
In a statement, Belo Medical Group said the public should be wary about "suggested posts" on Facebook that advertise fake beauty and fitness procedures and medicines. One of the suggested posts said the Belo Slimming Program was not effective on Ruffa.
The post also alleged that the former beauty queen was fired by Dra. Belo after revealing the "truth" behind her weight loss. A picture of Ruffa and Dra. Belo was also posted.
The medical group asserted that Ruffa is still their endorser, and she regularly visits their clinics for her beauty and slimming procedures.
Women's Health The Scoop and FitFirst Magazine were the ones who posted these erroneous articles. Aside from African Diet Pills, Ruffa was also allegedly using the Garcinia Cambogia Diet.
The statement from Belo Medical Group asked the public to check the accuracy of these advertisements that promote slimming products. The public are also advised to make sure that the testimonials posted on their pages are true.
The images of Dra. Belo and her endorsers were used without permission to spread false claims and attract the public to buy their products, the statement said.
On her own website, Ruffa also denied these allegations and said she had LaserLipo on her arms. She also eats healthy, works out and uses non-invasive machines of Belo Medical Group.
She posted "before and after" photos as an endorser of Belo Medical.