- The reign of Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach is about to end in two months
- The Filipina beauty queen took to Instagram to address her haters who said she has not done her job as Miss Universe
- Pia promised that she will raise HIV/AIDS awareness during the pageant’s Q&A portion
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach has finally reached her limit regarding her relentless bashers.
Now that her reign is about to end, Pia’s critics have expressed their disappointment of her through social media. They commented that she has not done enough for her advocacy, which is to raise HIV/AIDS awareness.
She addressed her haters in her recent post on Instagram (as of press time), wearing a pink bikini to ‘get their attention’.
Her sexy photo was accompanied by a lengthy caption where she explained her side to the critics.
Here is her statement regarding the matter, which will be divided into sections for easier reading.
Just to get some things straight. I haven't forgotten about my advocacy, ok? I'm so tired of people complaining that I haven't found "the cure" for HIV when clearly I said I would raise awareness. I'm not magically gonna come up with a potion that cures everything. I know the whole being chosen out of 79 from all over the world, getting crowned in a beautiful gown in front of billions of people is all good. But are you really getting the point of my message during the final Q&A? I said I would raise awareness. Putting the spotlight on it so we can start talking about it. Just like the during the competition, I wasn't posting my everyday pageant activities and that upset a lot of fans. They thought I wasn't doing any effort. I just really did not like posting anything online. Why? Cos I didn't feel like I needed to.
Instagram isn't part of the judges panel. Am I gonna carry my phone around with me and take every selfie, every photo I see to ease your worries? No. I don't work like that. I put my phone down and I work. And did it work? Yes. Sometimes the plans you carry have a bigger chance of reaching a larger magnitude if you're just focused on the work. I'm good with letting people know about what I'm doing or what I plan to do. I'm a woman of my word. What I say in public is a promise. Why worry about updating everyone on social media and in the process losing the experience because you were on your phone the whole time staging photos.
Now ask yourself. Did you get yourself tested? This year the numbers have gone at an all time high. But maybe that's because more people are getting themselves tested making our statistics more accurate. I can't work a miracle here. I still consider myself as a student and I'm learning more and more everyday. So before you go saying that I haven't done anything, the mere fact that you're talking about how little I am doing charity work for HIV/AIDS, isn't that awareness in itself? You're thinking about it, right? Talking about it, correct? Bashing me in the process BUT still getting the message out there.
I don't have to spell it out. Oh and here's a bikini photo. Just so I get your attention.
There have been instances when Pia told off some bashers about not committing to her advocacy, but they have increased now that she has only two months left before she passes on her crown to the next Miss Universe.
The international pageant will be held in the country in January next year, compared to last year’s December run.
Since Pia has got your attention with her sexy photo, let your attention be held longer with this woman who has one of the biggest breasts we have ever seen.