- Veteran singer Dulce has made her thoughts on Senator Leila De Lima's alleged drug links at the National Bilibid Prison (NBP) public via a Facebook post
- In her post, Dulce has added a photo of herself and the senator, making the unnamed target of the post identifiable
- She also added hashtags, including #TruthAndRighteousness, #PrayForThePresident, #PrayForTheSenator, #PresidentDigong, #DUTERTE, #PrayForTheGovernment, #GodBlessThePhilippines and #LetJusticePrevail.
Veteran singer Dulce, or Maria Teresa Llamedo Cruzata in real life, has taken to Facebook to make an explosive statement regarding an un-named target's connection to the drug lords at National Bilibid Prison (NBP) along with a photo of herself together with Senator Leila De Lima.
In what was obviously meant to be a statement about the Duterte-De Lima spat, the un-named target of the Facebook post was repeatedly urged to come clean, or keep quiet before things get out of hand. The singer also said that the senator has been used by her former bosses for their own good, and has now come out to help her and divert the issue.
"Tama na, nagamit ka na ng husto ng amo mo at mga kakulay mo, sabay sabay din silang pumuputak ngayon, synchronized, to divert the issue," Dulce said.
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(That's enough, you have been used well by your employers and other members under the same color, they are also squawking at the same time now, synchronized, to divert the issue.)
She also urged the senator to stop feigning courage as nothing but the truth can protect her.
“Tama na tapang-tapangan at pagiging overconfident hindi ka nila kayang protektahan, only the truth can protect you,” the singer added.
(Enough of feigned courage and of being overconfident because they can’t protect you any longer, only the truth can protect you.)
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In her post, Dulce also lamented over the lives wasted and destroyed by illegal drugs, saying, "Marami na kayong pinahirapan, marami nang buhay ang nasira pero tila wala ka nang pakialam, naging manhid ka na at hindi mo ramdam ang sakit at bigat na nararanasan ng libo-libong pamilyang biktima ng droga." She also said that the senator has already turned numb on what tragedy has befallen the families of these victims.
“Hindi masikmura ng asawa ko ang pakainin kami ng galing sa perang pinangwasak n’yo ng buhay ng ibang tao. Kaya ang pinakamadaling paraan ay tanggalin na lang para walang hadlang sa mga ginagawa ninyo di ba,” the singer added in her post, accusing the senator of allegedly terminating the people in the agency who refused to join the drug business.
(My husband cannot stomach feeding our family with the money you used to destroy other lives. SO the easiest way would be to fire them from their job and remove all those who opposed you.)
Dulce concluded the post with a question and a prayer forthe senator: “What have you done to your family’s good name? I pray you’d be jolted out from your slumber, and hope it’s not yet too late. I pray for redemption.”
The hashtags #TruthAndRighteousness, #PrayForThePresident, #PrayForTheSenator, #PresidentDigong, #DUTERTE, #PrayForTheGovernment, #GodBlessThePhilippines and #LetJusticePrevail also marked the end of her Facebook post.
Dulce's statement has since gone viral on Facebook, earning more than 21,000 shares in a little more than 24 hours after it was posted.