Kris Aquino defends her feelings over loss of money: ‘Don’t mock a pain you haven’t felt’
Kris Aquino is known for her witty clapbacks on social media, but at times she goes straight to the point to defend herself.
The Queen of All Media got irked at two netizens who could not seem to understand her predicament on Instagram Wednesday.
Previously, Aquino shared an update about her health while taking medical treatment in Singapore, days after she claimed that a person she had trusted financially abused her. Trying to get over her predicament, she said she looked forward to going back to work.
While her followers and some celebrity friends wished her speedy recovery, it appeared the messages of two netizens got her attention.
One @rizaverdadero told the media personality: “Pera lang ‘yan, ma’am Kris @krisaquino. Ang importante kumpleto kayo (That’s just money, ma’am Kris. What is important is that your family is complete).” She advised her to not take her situation to heart and told her, “Life is short, enjoy mo lang ito (Life is short, just enjoy).”
Aquino then told the netizen: “Ma’am please do not mock a pain you have not felt.”
As Aquino told off the netizen, one @kirstencamillekc thought @rizaverdadero did not mock the media personality and was only being sympathetic. “[N]ag God bless pa nga yung tao (She even said “God bless”),” she added.
@rizaverdadero explained to Aquino that she too was deceived by someone and lost half a million pesos she earned for her five children. She added that the one who tricked her eventually got sick and his/her partner lost in the elections as councilor.
Meanwhile, Aquino called out another netizen named @michellelaput for supposedly telling her to “live life with no thinking.” “WALA PONG SENSE,” she told her off. “Hindi ko po sasayangin ang pagiisip na biyaya ng Diyos.”
(This does not make sense.) (I won’t waste my faculty of thinking that God has blessed me with.)
Aquino added she had to reply to the netizen’s suggestion of not being on social media “because I don’t have the luxury of choosing only when it is easy and convenient to share my life with the public.”
And as Aquino tries to seek justice from those who targeted and betrayed her, she shared that she and her two sons, Josh and Bimby, were on their way home from Singapore. /ra
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