- Mariel Padilla did not give her bashers the chance to bring her down with their rude comments
- At the start of her cooking vlog, she already mentioned her body-shamers, in expectation of any comments that would be coming from them
- She admitted that she's fat and because her bashers already know that, then they could just move on
- One actress, RR Enriquez, also supported Mariel and said that it's okay to be fat because Ma is still pretty, as compared to bashers who may be thin but are downright ugly
Mariel Rodriguez is not the type to give satisfaction to her bashers and to body-shamers who lurk on Instagram.
KAMI learned that Mariel met her bashers head-on by directly addressing the issue of her being fat.
The host has been honest about her weight and even admitted that she was not able to get rid of her post-pregnancy weight.
So in her cooking vlog on May 3, she addressed her bashers squarely and said:
"Bago ang lahat, gusto ka lang sabihin, 'O, magko-comment na naman kayo diyan, 'Ang taba. Hala, ang laki na niya. O, ako na ang nagsasabi. Okay? Happy? Mataba? Okay na? O, alam na nating dalawa, makaka-move on na tayo."
One actress, RR Enriquez, defended Mariel and said that there are bashers out there who may be thin but are really ugly.
"Gustung-gusto ko yung ganyan yung mga hater na lang ang susuko kasi alam nila you're not affected...But anyways dibale ng mataba basta maganda pa din. Yung iba ngang basher hindi MATABA pero ang PANGET PANGET!!! CHERET BYE."
In a previous KAMI report, Mariel also got bashed after she posted a photo of a steak during the pandemic. The actress said that she refuses to feel guilty because she has helped so many people in need.
Mariel Padilla is the wife of Robin Padilla. She is an actress, endorser and host. She used to be one of the hosts of Willie Revillame's noontime show.
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