- Actress gets into a Twitter fight with a ‘netizen’ who questions her being MIA during love-team Enrique Gil’s movie screening
- The two went on to exchange spicy tweets, even going so far as discussing Soberano’s parents
- Soberano states that she sees good or bad tweets about her, even though she isn’t directly mentioned
Fans noticed that eminent primetime actress, 18-year-old Liza Soberano, was missing-in-action (MIA) during the premiere screening of the movie ‘Dukot,’ which stars 24-year-old Enrique Gil, her on-screen ka-love team, and off-screen boyfriend.
The movie premiere was held at the Dolphy Theater last Tuesday, July 12. One fan, a ‘netizen’ who goes by @manangdi22 on Twitter, didn’t let the fact pass and went on the micro-blogging site to post her observations.
The critic, although tweeting indirectly, seemed to imply Soberano’s absence during Gil’s movie screening.
In another indirect tweet, @manangdi22 went on to bash the still unnamed actress.
But in her following tweet, the Twitter user clearly pointed to Soberano as the one she was referring to. In the video clip, Soberano could be seen with her Dolce Amore co-stars Matteo Guidicelli and Alvin Anson. Dolce Amore is top-billed by Gil and Soberano.
Not to be stepped on, Soberano clapped back at her basher on July 15, of which ensued an exchange of tweets. In one tweet, Soberano pointed out that the clip, which was merely re-posted by a fan, was not the full video. Her basher, however, went on to pick a fight by commenting that the actress should have done more promotion of Gil’s movie. Fans are closely following the LizQuen love team as Gil, in a recent interview, had revealed that he and Soberano already treated each other “like boyfriend-girlfriend.”
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Although Soberano’s Twitter replies to @manangdi22 could only be seen if one followed them both, the actress did state in one tweet that the reason she had not been at the premiere was because she was still taping for Dolce Amore in Tanay. Soberano also addressed why her parents missed the event, stating it was because they were attending a funeral.
But her basher wouldn’t let her hear the end of her criticism, even saying that the actress didn’t have to explain herself and be defensive. To this, the actress then bounced back by saying she was just making things clear for her basher, who seemed so bothered by the fact that she was not at the ‘Dukot’ premiere.
The exchange of tweets didn’t end here, though, as the ‘netizen’ went on to comment about the actress having to work despite her father being able to provide for her. But the actress cleared up that they weren’t well-to-do in the past and that she was helping her family. She also advised her basher to “don’t go around hating.”
In a separate response to another Twitter user, Soberano stated that she was lurking around Twitter to see who was making nice and not-so-nice comments about her.
- KJ, Kami Media