Gabi Chic has always been a popular company on Days of our Lives. Gabi Hernandez DiMera started it and built it up, but the Kirikis family has never liked how much of it she still owns.
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Now, Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson) has given Gabi a choice; hand the business over to him, or her latest boo, Jake DiMera (Brandon Barash) goes to jail for a murder he didn’t commit…but was adjacent to.
Should Gabi (Camila Banus) fight or give up? Who should be running this forward-thinking fashion house? Almost 5,000 viewers had some very strong opinions on the subject:
Why is this even a question, 64% of you wonder? Gabi started the company, Gabi grew the company, Gabi is what made it successful, and Gabi is the one who should be in charge.
Even if Philip doesn’t back down, she should consider cutting Jake loose. He’s a big boy, he can take care of himself. And, did we mention that he was there to beat up the guy…just not kill him? That doesn’t exactly make him a saint. And certainly not worth giving up your life’s work for.
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Ciara Brady Weston (Victoria Konefal) just became a Junior Executive yesterday. She worked so hard for the position. She had to drag herself out of bed with her hot husband, get dressed, head over to her grandfather’s, and politely ask for the job.
Perhaps mentioning that she was all he had left of the son he never really got to know. How many other young women would be willing to work so hard to achieve their dreams? And that’s why 29% think Gabi Chic should be handed to her on a silver platter. Along with everything else.
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Ava Vitali (Tamara Braun) running a fashion house would be hilarious, 7% of the audience suggests. She’s more qualified than Ciara. We bet she knows how to get blood out of clothes.
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