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LOOK: Filipino Couple Spotted This JOLLIBEE Rip-Off In China

Brianne Constantino

Posted at January 22, 2019


With the growing popularity of Filipino fast food joint Jollibee in other parts of the world, it's not surprising that its competitors are slowly taking notice.

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A Pinoy couple currently residing in China recently spotted a Jollibee copycat, (or should we say, "copybee"?) somewhere in Guanxi province called "JoyRulBee". The place is identical to what its Filipino counterpart looks like, and they even share the same iconic logo!

Out of curiosity, the couple dined inside the "fake" Jollibee to check out what the fast food place had to offer, and boy, they pretty much serve everything you'd find at a real Jollibee – from burgers to soft serve sundaes to fried chicken! The couple documented their meal and shared it on Facebook and the post has since gone viral.

This isn't the first time the Filipino fast food giant has been copied in China. In 2015, photos of a bootleg Jollibee store located in Yinchuan City, Ningxia province called "Jellibee" surfaced online.
 

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