- Angelica Panganiban hit back at a basher who called her “laos” or obsolescent and someone whose career cannot be rejuvenated
- The basher threw these harsh words at the actress after she posted her complaints about the 15K rise in COVID infection cases in only one day
- Instead of shutting up, the actress immediately hit back at the basher with equally harsh words
- Angelica is among the celebrities known to criticize actions of the government over certain matters
Angelica Panganiban showed the stuff she’s made of when she hit back at the basher who called her “laos” and “hindi na mababangon ang career.”
The actress retaliated with equally harsh words at the basher whom she called a “black troll.”
Earlier, Angelica lamented at the continued surge of COVID cases in the Philppines, which at one point, experienced a sharp rise of 15k new cases in only one day.
“15k?! To think ang mga nag papa check lang ay mga May symptoms at may kaya mag pa swab test.. eh pano ang wala? Hay nakakaloka! Nakakaloka pot*h!” the actress tweeted several days ago.
At that point, a basher replied to her tweet telling her to just put up or shut up.
“Hey, laos. Shut up na! Di mo na mababangon ang career mo kahit mag iinGy ka pa jan. If you.want tumulong k. Puro ka reklamo,” the basher wrote.
Angelica, however, did not take it sitting down. She immediately posted a reply and hit back at the basher.
“…Paulit ulit kayo. Baka next question dito Ano ambag ko? Baka d ka bayaran sa performance mo,” the actress retorted.
Angelica then posted a question for the basher: “Bakit d mo tweet gobyerno na tumulong para matuwa bansa sayo?”
“Ikaw na lang yata naniniwala sa nagbabayad sayo,” the actress said, emphasizing that the basher is a paid troll.
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Angelica Charlson, professionally known as Angelica Panganiban, is a Filipina actress with an American lineage. She started acting at a tender age of 6 and first appeared in the TV series, Love Note. Angge was born on November 4, 1986 in Payatas, Quezon City, Philippines. In a no holds barred interview with The Buzz, she revealed that her biological mother died in Singapore in 2008 and was buried there. Her father, Mark Charlson, was an American military serviceman from Iowa. After 24 years, the two finally met each other in November of 2010 in Los Angeles, California. The actress got the surname Panganiban from her adoptive family.
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