freedom to tweet

Found an article that quotes the statements made by Willie Revillame against Aiza et al. Here it is:

"Jim Paredes ng Apo, Leah Salonga, Aiza Seguerra, magpakalalake ka. Tandaan mo yan. Bata ka pa hindi ba nagtatrabaho ka na. Hindi ba? Hindi ba exploitation yan. Mag-isip ka. Tingnan niyo muna sarili niyo bago kayo magsalita. Agot Isidro. Wala ka namang anak eh bakit mo ako gaganyanin? Alamin mo muna. Bianca Gonzalez akala niyo kung sino kayo. May natulungan ba kayong mga mahihirap?" said Revillame, who also mentioned Leah Navarro, Tuesday Vargas, K Brosas and Mylene Dizon.

English translation:

(Jim Paredes of Apo, Leah Salonga, Aiza Seguerra, act like a man. Keep that in mind. You were a child then, and yet you were already working, weren't you? Weren't you? Wasn't that exploitation? Think about it. Look first at yourselves before you talk. Agot Isidro. You don't have a child, but why do you do this to me? Get to know things first. Bianca Gonzalez, you're so full of yourselves. Have you ever helped the poor?)

Twitty Replies

 "How can a laos [past-his-prime], old, over-the-hill guy like me destroy a sikat [rising], powerful, rich Superstar like Willie? He did it all by himself," was Paredes' reaction on Twitter.

"Just got bombarded by a slew of tweets. To those who tweeted kind words of support, thanks. Much appreciated. And last I checked, it's actually a right of every person in this country to express an opinion, good or bad. We live in a democracy, and I'm grateful," said Lea Salonga on her Twitter account. ** world class repartee by miss lea. eat that WR! **

Agot Isidro chose to reply with lyrics from Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful," tweeting "Coz I am beautiful in every single way, words can't bring me down..."

"Sa mga sumusuporta, salamat po [For those supporting us, thanks]," Seguerra said simply.


source: gmanewstv.

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