Baste’s babes Ellen Adarna, Kate Necesario blast each other on social media
And the saga continues.
Even after presidential son Sebastian “Baste” Duterte and controversial sexy actress Ellen Adarna have called it quits, the tirades between the ladies in Baste’s life do not seem to end.
In a recent post on her Facebook account, Adarna’s reply to a netizen’s comment yet again touched the nerve of Baste’s longtime girlfriend Kate Necesario.
In Visayan, the netizen commented, “Bahalaaag mag cgeg padungog ang pikas campo nimo elleeeeeen. You’re still my foreves idoooool and no one can beeeaaaat that!!!!”
(No matter what the other camp says, you’re still my idol forever and no one can beat that!)
Adarna then responded, “Sagdi. Self-worth importante. Pag move on na. Ay nag pa losyang. Ahhaha. Sigi pa diay?? Hahahahha xoxo nalang nila. Princessa ko diko sundalo ahahha”
(Oh well. What’s important is your self-worth. Let’s all move on. Let’s not be dowdy [laughs]. I’m a princess, not a soldier.)
The discussion called Necesario’s attention and prompted her to post a screenshot of Adarna’s conversation with the netizen on her Facebook account with the caption, “Come again?”
The losyang (dowdy; a woman who has not been taking care of her appearance) remark is what particularly captured Necesario. In one of her next Facebook posts, she did not hold back and laughed at the statement.
Necesario wrote, “HAHAHAHAHHA LOSHANG MY AS*. #BILOGANGMUNDO #NHEDCHIN”
Nonetheless, Adarna did not strictly drop that she was referring to Necesario with her losyang remark.
Hostilities between the two ladies were believed by many to have started when Baste admitted that he dated both women at the same time.
In a previous Facebook post, Necesario said, “If they can’t privately address you, then understand their public criticism is only for attention. Don’t take it [personally].”
Baste and Necesario have a two-year-old son named Yair. JB
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