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Bea Santiago hits back with kindness at basher who wished her dead

By: - Reporter
/ 09:42 AM January 10, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Instead of hitting back at a basher who wished her dead, Miss International 2013 Bea Santiago answered with kindness, hoping that hate could be cured by love.

In her Instagram post, Santiago showed a screengrab of a comment posted by the basher and her response.

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“ikaw ang pangit mo bea! filter queen. Karma na yang nanyayari sayo! Baka hindi ka na umabot sa 2020! Bihira lang ang gumagaling sa sakit nayan! Rip in advance!,” a certain Jamie Camarillos wrote.

Santiago answered: “I hope u live a life full of love to cure that deadly disease of hate. That’s worst than any organ failure or cancer. I will never wish any of my bashers or haters to go through what I’m going thru.”

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In her post, Santiago said she will not tolerate hate, adding that she promised God and her family that she will never let hate win.

“Will only talk about it once. I do not tolerate hate. Will never wish bad shit to any bashers, trolls, haters, killers, rapists, drug addicts, drug pushers, corrupt men and women, dead beat dads, abusers,” Santiago wrote.

“Its 2019, I promised to God, my family and to myself I will NEVER LET HATE WIN. The cure for any hatred is LOVE,” she added.

Miss International 2013 Bea Rose Santiago revealed on Wednesday she was diagnosed with kidney failure and is in need of a “life saving transplant.”

READ: Bea Santiago diagnosed with ‘kidney failure,’ needs ‘life saving transplant’

Last August 2018, Santiago said she was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.

Kidney failure, according to the American Kidney Fund, is also called end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and “is the last stage of chronic kidney disease.” /muf

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