[Trending Now] Agot Isidro Slammed By Citizens After Rude Duterte Remarks!
Actress Agot Isidro was criticized by many Filipino citizens after she called Pres . Rodrigo Duterte a ‘ psychopath ’ for his tirades...
Actress Agot Isidro was criticized by many Filipino citizens after she called Pres. Rodrigo Duterte a ‘psychopath’ for his tirades against United States of America (USA) and European Union (EU).
Pres. Duterte made it to the headlines again after he stated last Thursday that he will not accept aid from US and EU that are trying to meddle with his war against illegal drugs. He also claimed that the Philippines “will survive” even without official assistance from the two superpowers.
This remarks of Duterte sparked Agot Isidro and urged her to post her opinions in her Facebook account last Friday. In her post, she called the president a ‘psychopath’.
“Unang-una, walang umaaway sa iyo. As a matter of fact, ikaw ang nang-aaway. Pangalawa, yung bansa Kung saan ka inuluklok ng 16 million out of 100+ million people ay Third World. Kung makapagsalita ka parang superpower ang pilipinas eh. At excuse me, ayaw namin magutom. Mag-isa ka na lang. wag kang mandamay. Hindi na nga nakakain ang nakararami, gugutumin mo pa lalo. May kilala along psychiatrist. Patingin ka. Hindi ka bipolar. You are a psychopath.” the 50-year old actress posted.
Since then, her post went viral, it even reached the local trending list of topics on Twitter.
There are some citizens who decided to side with her but many also criticized her.
Even actress Elizabeth Oropesa showed Agot Isidro about a thing she did not know about being a Duterte supporter.
Oropesa posted on her Facebook account a picture of her wearing a shirt saying “It’s A Duterte Thing You wouldn’t Understand” and captioned it with “One of the 16 million psychopaths”.CONTINUE READING ON PAGE 2
Here are some of the comments coming from the netizens:
Meanwhile, Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella reacted on Agot Isidro’s psychopath post saying that it maybe the actress has the right to express herself, “e need to really hear what the President is calling Filipinos to do, which is be free from dependence on foreign aid, which is what the lady is fearful we will lose.”