Barbie Imperial condemns people behind maliciously edited photo
MANILA, Philippines — Actress Barbie Imperial on Monday slammed the malicious editing of her photo making it look like she was naked.
In an Instagram post, Imperial disproved the fake photo by sharing her original picture wearing a swimsuit.
“Grabe, sobrang stupid naman. You really think I’ll post a photo like this? Sa lahat ng nagshashare nito, ANG LALA NYO. And sa lahat ng nagbabash and madaming sinasabi sakin dahil sa picture na to, ANG TANGA LANG,” Imperial lamented.
(This is so stupid. Do you really think I’ll post a photo like this? To everyone who’s sharing this, you’re too much. To everyone who’s bashing me because of this picture, it’s just stupid.)
“Wala na ba kayong magawa kundi mag edit ng photos ng mga babae at gawing nude photo? Paisa lang po, dahil nakakagigil talaga yung gumawa nito. Ilang babae pa ang magiging biktima ng mga makikitid nyong utak?! Itigil nyo na, wala kayong ambag,” she went on.
(Don’t you have anything else to do but edit photos of women and make it look like a nude photo? How many women will become a victim of your shallow brains? Stop this. You’re not doing anything good.)
Recently, actresses Sue Ramirez and Maris Racal also fell victim to malicious editing of their photos.
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