Bianca Gonzalez expresses disdain for people who bash blindly

Bianca Gonzalez expresses disdain for people who bash blindly

- Bianca Gonzalez lamented on Twitter as to how people would make personal attacks whenever you express your opinion

- She was recently bashed for expressing her anger over the SC’s decision to bury Marcos at LNMB

- The basher tastelessly commented on Bianca’s skin color

Bianca Gonzalez expresses disdain for people who bash blindly

Bianca Gonzalez (Photo credit: Balikbayan Magazine)

Bianca Gonzalez is an opinionated woman who takes to Twitter or Instagram her thoughts on events that happen in the Philippines.

Because of this, she has been bashed countless times, except that at times, the bashing becomes more of a personal attack rather than a mere academic discourse between educated individuals.

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The latest attack that brought the Pinoy Big Brother Host to tears was when a user thoughtlessly commented on the color of her skin after she expressed her anger over the Supreme Court’s decision to bury Marcos at LNMB.

Since she could no longer stand the below-the-belt bashing, she took to Twitter and stated her sentiments.

She also expressed how difficult it is for people to comment nowadays as one gets easily branded or tagged as a fool, someone paid, one who favors the “yellow” color, or one who acts like a know-it-all.

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Not all those who follow Bianca bash her. There were those who support her and sympathize with her.

For sure, she will not be daunted by the constant bashing, but she will keep on standing for what she believes is right.

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If some people get bashed because they did something wrong, like the ones involved in the scandal below, then that’s another story.

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