ANDI Eigenmann took to Twitter to unleash her galit sa isang guy at idinamay pa ang pamilya nito.
“I’d rather be a little nobody, than an evil somebody like you.”
“Stand up for your right. Even if you stand alone!”
“I still believe that real justice can prevail in this country. Even if you are up against a family w power and (lots of) money.”
“Please prove to me that these people have hearts and it isnt all abt image to them.”
“I take to twitter because it seems as though they only care to take notice when its their image at risk.”
“Mahirap mawalan ng anak, pero mahirap din mawalan ng isang ina.”
“The biggest mistake I made was choosing you, over anybody else, over and over again.”
‘Yan ang unang sigwada ng pagtataray ni Andi. Ang paniwala ng netizens, she was referring to Jake Ejercito and his family.
Ayaw pang magpaawat ni Andi at sige pa rin ang katsang niya sa kanyang Twitter account.
“These people are the same people who only think of themselves and not anybody else. Ever.”
“Sucks to know that there really are heartless people in this world. Sucks even more to know they are the ones in power. That last what mightve been a bit too harsh. #truthhurts.”
“I am not too proud to admit that i feel this way because i feel so hurt and deafeated. I feel this way because i love my child and i feel attacked by someone who doesnt even know anything. Someone who only wants money or power.”
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