- An album of people posing on wooden crosses in Pampanga during Holy Week went viral again
- The five-year-old album was taken after the ‘Siete Palabras’, the re-enactment of Jesus’ crucifixion, in the province
- Netizens were not pleased with how the people in the photo used them as props, presumably for their social media feed goals
KAMI is sure you have come across this controversial album years ago – five, to be exact – but then, why is it trending again?
This album was shared by a netizen in 2012 on Facebook, wherein people posed with the wooden crosses erected in Pampanga during Holy Week.
We have embedded each photo in the album below:
According to Rappler, these crosses were part of the ‘Siete Palabras’ (Seven Last Words) ceremony on Good Friday, which is the re-enactment of Jesus’ crucifixion.
Although these people have been criticized due to their decision to use the wooden crosses as a photo shoot prop before, that does not mean netizens have let them off the hook.
In fact, they’re angrier than ever – just check out these comments!
However, there are other netizens who claimed that these pictures were photoshopped – do you believe that’s the case?
Let KAMI know what you think in the comments!
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