MANILA—Feisty as she is whenever she gets attacked, Angelica Panganiban directly hits back at her basher who called her “laos” on Twitter.
On April 2, the actress received the tirades from the basher who did not like her opinion about the government’s lack of proper solution on how to combat this pandemic.
According to the basher (published as is): “Hey, laos. Shut up na! Di mo na mababangon ang career mo kahit mag- iingay ka pa jan. If you want, tumulong ka. Puro ka reklamo!”
Angelica slammed the basher and based on her statements, she alluded this to a “black troll” who told her “laos.”
It cannot be denied how the troll farms work. They pay “black trolls” to pick on any personality who they think are contradicting the campaigns of their clients who pay them.
The Kapamilya actress said(published as is): “Hello [name of basher]. Style mo baguhin mo. Paulit ulit kayo.
“Baka next question ditto, ano ambag ko? [Face with tears of joy] baka d ka bayaran sa performance mo.
“Bakit d mo tweet gobyerno na tumulong para matuwa bansa sa iyo.
“Ikaw na lang yata naniniwala sa nagbabayad sayo [Grimacing face].”
Angelica stood on her first statement regarding the record-breaking 15,000 cases which was listed on April 2.
Included in Angelica’ tweets are the data about the lack of mass testing in the country so it is possible that a lot of people would be hit by COVID-19.
She said, “15k?! To think ang mga nagpapa-check lang ay mga may symptoms at may kaya magpa-swab test.. eh pano ang wala? Hay nakakaloka! Nakakaloka p-t-h!”
The actress expressed alarm and concern for the public who do not have the means to go to the hospital when virus hits them.
“Hinang hina ka na… maglalabas ka pa sa bulsa mo ng pera, para ma-swab. At malalaman mo, positive ka sa covid mami!
Pano na pang-ospital? Gamot? Mental care?!
“Yung vaccine ba aasahan pa namin sa inyo? Di naman di ba? KKB! Nakakaiyak. Ito ang emotional.” She added this with the hashtag “#freemasstesting.”
In the latest bulletin from the Department of Health, it stated that there have been 146,519 who have active cases in the country. There were 11,681 cases nationwide which were tested positive for COVID-19 last Sunday, April 11.
On the same day, there were 55,204 cases who recovered and the total recoveries were posted at 703, 404 cases.
The total record of the number of deaths has reached 14,945. (ECD/MTVN)