Nadine Lustre appeals to 'asal imburnal' netizens this New Year: 'Let's be civilized' | Inquirer Entertainment

Nadine Lustre appeals to ‘asal imburnal’ netizens this New Year: ‘Let’s be civilized’

/ 12:40 PM December 31, 2021
Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre. Image: Instagram/@nadine

Nadine Lustre reminded the public to have “proper conversations” on social media as she clapped back at those who use foul language when debating online.

The actress advised fans that for 2022, they should avoid arguments with people who use insults or block fellow netizens when conversing online, as per her Twitter page yesterday, Dec. 30.


“This 2022, avoid arguing with people who resort to ‘bobo (stupid),’ ‘tanga (idiot)’ or blocks [you] in a [conversation]. Let’s be civilized and have proper conversations like human beings,” Lustre said. “2022 na, asal imburnal pa rin.” (It’s already 2022, but your manners are still from the sewer.)

This comes after Lustre had a debate with netizens over her remark that the repetition of history lessons in school was “counter productive.”

“For the record, I never said studying history was a waste of time. Even as a kid it is something I am interested in. Nothing really changed until now,” she clarified. “I just said it was counter productive going [through] the same topic over and over.”


Lustre also recently called for the inclusion of environmentalism in the school curriculum. She stressed the importance of learning about the environment at a young age so kids grow up to be “compassionate with everything that coexists with us.”

The actress spent her Christmas assisting in relief goods distribution for typhoon Odette victims in Siargao. She has been working with the non-governmental organization Greenpeace Philippines and her rumored boyfriend, Christophe Bariou, in the initiative. JB


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