LEA SALONGA TINAWAG NA TALANGKA; KINAWAWA, MINURA NG MGA NETIZEN

By Alex Brosas June 13,2015
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LEA SALONGA TINAWAG NA TALANGKA; KINAWAWA, MINURA NG MGA NETIZEN

By Alex Brosas June 13,2015
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LEA Salonga unwittingly opened herself to bashing when she tweeted something about Independence Day.

A few hours before June 12, the world-renowned singer posted this message, “Our country is not yet debt-free, poverty-free, crime-free, or corruption-free. So what are we free from exactly and why do we celebrate it?”

Obviously, she was against celebrating Independence Day kaya kinukuwestiyon niya kung bakit kailangan pa nating i-
celebrate ang June 12.

Inulan ng batikos ang singer, kaliwa’t kanang bira ang kanyang inabot sa social media. “At least ate malaya tayong nakakapag tweet sa gusto natin at di na tayo slaves! Daming problema ni Lea sa buhay! Isa ka sa mga nakikinabang ng pagiging free.”
“No country is either debt-free, poverty free, or even crime free! Stupid opinions nowadays. *sigh*!”

“Duh? Are first world countries debt-free, poverty-free, or corruption-free? Ang ibig sabihin mo yata dapat perfect ang status ng country para magcelebrate ng Independence Day? Alam namin perfectionist ka. Eh di ikaw na.”

“Tita Lea alam kong bastos ka. Pero sana naisip mo irespeto ang mga BAYANI na nag buwis ng buhay nila para maging malaya ang Inang bayan naten.”

“Maybe Ms. Salonga needs to re-read our long and tumultuous history then she’d have an answer. Kakairita na mga ganitong Artista na feeling may social significance ang mga posts.”

We read a certain @dudeinterrupted on Twitter and his rants against Lea were very sensible. “I can give Lady Talangka Salonga a thousand reasons why we celebrate Independence Day but obviously she’s an unpatriotic bit***h.”

“America is not yet crime free, homeless free, corruption free yet they celebrate 4th of July. Gaga.” “Lea Salonga is a living proof why Filipinos are typically stereotyped as having crab mentalities! Lea Talangka Salonga! Yak!”

“We celebrate June 12 to inspire both present and future generations regarding fidelity and loyalty.” O, kaya mo bang sagutin ‘yan, Ms. Lea? Gusto naming marinig ang iyong aria!

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