Saturday, August 11, 2018

Blogger curses at and accuses VP Robredo of sleeping around: "Pasiklab ka na naman na parang mabait ka na naman na parang tumutulong ka"



Vice President Leni Robredo | Photo from RMN


Due to the condescending remarks of a certain blogger about Vice President Leni Robredo, the latter intends to file criminal charges after she was cursed at and accused of sleeping around.


“Our legal team is currently looking into the possibility of filing a criminal complaint. Do stay tuned,” Robredo’s spokesperson, Barry Gutierrez, said in a tweet.



It was the video blogger Drew Olivar who undauntedly called out the Vice President for lascivious behavior and other controversial remarks in an equally controversial video about “pepe-dede-ralismo” where he starred along with Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson.

"Pasiklab ka na naman na parang mabait ka na naman na parang tumutulong ka e nandiyan ka lang naman nagpapakan***," Olivar said in the video referring to Robredo’s trip to South Africa last year sponsored by Friedrich Neumann Foundation where she delivered a speech during a women’s forum.



VP Leni Robredo during her visit in South Africa | Photo from Friedrich Naumann Foundation

“Kahit naririnig ng mga tao wala [akong] pakialam kahit public scandal ito, eh totoo naman na nagpapak***** ka lang naman dyan sa South Africa,” he added.

The video blogger kept on by emphasizing that Robredo simply flew 


all the way there so she can get photos in the place and with esteemed officials.

"Forty-eight years ka nang nandiyan sa South Africa wala ka pa rin dito. Puro photo op ka parati dyan, p***** ina mo,” he added.


During her trip, Robredo was accompanied by Liberal Party (LP) lawmakers such as Senator Francis Pangilinan who attended a roundtable discussion with the South African parliament about corruption.



VP Leni Robredo during her visit in South Africa | Photo from Politiko

Drew also pointed out the uselessness of Robredo’s daughter, Aika, getting a degree in Harvard University because it would not do her own country any good.

“Yang anak mo, mag-aaralnsa Harvard P150, 000 or P200, 000 ang lifestyle tapos wala namang gagawin sa bayan,” he said.




Aika graduated from Harvard earlier this year with a Master’s degree. She obtained a scholarship from the Ivy League school.

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Sources: politics.com.phnews.abs-cbn.com