Angeline Quinto strikes back at online bashers

/ 07:42 PM May 05, 2018
Angeline Quinto

Angeline Quinto (Photo from Instagram / @loveangelinequinto)

A fuming Angeline Quinto lashed back at supposed Popsters who cursed and threatened her and her mother over the “laughing” issue concerning Sarah Geronimo, who broke down at the Las Vegas leg of her “This Is Me” concert tour.

Quinto had already denied disrespecting Geronimo. But some fans still could not get over the rumor. Some getting so heated that they cursed Quinto.


One was identified through his Twitter handle as @miko1617. He cursed the singer and fellow power belter Morisette Amon who was, according to rumors, with her as they laughed as Geronimo revealed her personal suffering.

His worlds even threatened that he would have Quinto and her mother killed: “Papatumba ko kayo.”


This prompted a fiery, all caps, response from the singer, challenging the supposed Sarah Geronimo to meet her in person.

As of this writing, if search on Google, the handle @miko1617 still comes up .

Note that the description “Music Movie and Arts” matches both the one in Quinto’s screen shot of his tweet and the one searched online.

On the other hand, if search on Twitter, @miko1617 now does not exist.


Quinto shared another threat, from @EddieDhandsome – this that this time directed to her mother, wishing her dead before Mother’s Day.

As in the case of the first basher, searching on Twitter shows that @EddieDhandsome page does not exist.

Some Netizens quickly came to Quinto’s defense. Some also tried to stalk the profiles of the ill-wishers and all noticed the same thing. /atm

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