It seems like Solenn Heussaff is the only one spared from negative criticisms among the It Girls.
Recently, Martine Cajucom, Georgina Wilson, Jess Wilson, and Isabelle Daza were involved in social media criticisms because of their respective controversial posts.
When asked for her thoughts about being perceived as the only It Girl who hasn't received flak on social media, she said on PEP, "Really? Awkward."
She begged off to comment on the recent backlash that Isabelle received for her Japanese IG Story showing her reaction on the Japanese way of handing over calling cards.
Solenn said, "I don't wanna talk about it, you know, kasi it's her issue."
For Solenn, it's better to keep quiet to prevent the issues from blowing up.
“Alam naming ang daming ring nag-troll sa internet, so alam naming nagiging malaki 'yung issue or mas malaki than it should be. When the wind passes, tapos na 'yan, so I don't talk about it right now,” she said.
Solenn also said that she is not comfortable with the term It Girls being tagged to them as a group.
“Ayaw ko talaga yung tagline na It, eh. Hindi ko alam meaning ng It,” she admitted.
Asked how she would define what being an "It Girl" is, Solenn said:
“I think, if I have to define it, for me, as a positive sana, you can balance your personal life and your career. Stay true to yourself and be able to do the things that you want to do—parang kung gusto kong mag-paint, magpe-paint ako; kung gusto kong mag-act, mag-a-act ako."