Ellen Adarna to fan with cheating partner: ‘You deserve what you tolerate’
When asked for advice on how to deal with a cheating partner, Ellen Adarna became frank and said that one deserves what they tolerate.
The actress shared her thoughts on the topic while answering questions from her followers on Instagram yesterday, Sept. 29. As questions poured in, one person lamented that she had caught her partner cheating on her again and sought advice from the actress.
After reading the question, the actress simply told the fan: “You deserve what you tolerate.”
Her reply quickly went viral online and gained her praise on Twitter. One user (@pattiechoo) posted a video of Adarna’s answer and likened her to a friend who is fed up with one’s foolishness.
Si Ellen Adarna 'yung kaibigan mong pagod na sa katangahan mong paulit-ulit. pic.twitter.com/HVVwGeHqzI
— 𝐩𝐚𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐪𝐮𝐞 🌈🌻 (@pattiechoo) September 30, 2020
Another fan (@kcs_09) described Adarna as a “brutally honest but caring” person.
“She will not tolerate your [sh*t] but will be there when you need help,” she said. “I need someone like her!”
A friend like Ellen Adarna is a gem. Brutally honest but caring. She will not tolerate your shits but will be there when you need help. I need someone like her! 😭😭😭
— Kriz (@kcs_09) September 30, 2020
Meanwhile, one @nardfeels stated that Adarna’s answer can also be applied to the Philippines’ “state of governance.”
“We deserve the politicians whom we elect,” he said. “And history would tell us that we are not learning our lessons.”
Ellen Adarna's "you deserve what you tolerate" statement timely reflects not just in romantic relationship but also our country's state of governance. We deserve the politicians whom we elect. And history would tell us that we are not learning our lessons.
— leenardfeels (@nardfeels) September 30, 2020
Along with entertaining questions from her fans, Adarna is currently enjoying quality time with her son Elias Modesto in Cebu. She shares Elias with fellow celebrity John Lloyd Cruz. /ra
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