Liza Soberano is a grammar police of bashers

Liza Soberano is a grammar police of bashers

- Liza Soberano replied to a basher and pointed out her wrong spelling

- The basher targeted ABS-CBN new teleserye “Till I Met You,” which replaced Liza’s show “Dolce Amore”

- Celebrities answering bashers is a thing now and most artists do that

Liza Soberano brought out the grammar police in her when she corrected a basher on Twitter.

Liza Soberano is a grammar police of bashers

Liza replies to basher (Photo by: Twitter)

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Basher The Shade Queen criticize the new ABS-CBN Teleserye “Till I Met You” saying, “Buti na lng can Direk/scriptwriters di basta naglalagay ng utal, unano, kulot etc na characters para masabing may verstility. #TIMYThirdWheel

While she was not part of the show, but is known as good friends with James Reid and Nadine Lustre, Liza Soberano replied to the basher saying, “wow. Praying for your poor soul.” The actress also added, “btw it’s “versatility”.

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Replying to bashers is nothing new to artists. Recently, Luis Manzano replied to the bashers of his rumored girlfriend Jessy Mendiola who criticized her for her social media posts. Commenters claimed that Luis has gone below the belt and he does not have class in dealing with haters to which Luis answered that why he should pity a basher and said that he does not class. Some netizens claimed that Luis almost bullied the basher.

Meanwhile, others defended Luis’ actions that it was the basher’s fault that she received such treatment for promoting hate on Jessy’s Instagram page.

“Till I Met You” replaces Liza and Enrique’s “Dolce Amore” and it has received immense popularity on its first week.

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