After bashers called her daughter 'ugly', actress Andi Eigenmann responded to them via Twitter.
Andi Eigenmann has a 4-year-old daughter named Ellie. The biological father is actor Albie Casino but Andi claims that Jake Ejercito, her current boyfriend, stands as ‘the father’ for Ellie.
The 25-year-old actress is very protective of her daughter. Just recently, Andi defended her daughter from online bashers who called her daughter ugly on her Instagram account.
Andi posted a beautiful photo of Ellie on her Instagram for and endorsement shoot. She captioned the photo: “Ellie's look for yesterday's endorsement shoot. #theBelle
Make- up by @jakegalvez , hair styled by@fideltango; styled by @myrrhlaoto ?”
It garnered 12.3k likes as of posting and a lot of praises from her followers. There were some, however, who commented mean things about her child. They called Ellie “pangit.” Andi’s loyal fans came in to defend Ellie and to call out the bashers and to reaffirm that the child is indeed pretty. This irritated Andi so she decided to post some tweets regarding the issue. In a series of tweets, Andi expressed her outrage to the trolls who have been calling her daughter “pangit.” She first tweeted in a sarcastic tone: “To those who are insulting my 4 yr old, Hiyang hiya naman ako sa gaganda ninyong lahat!” (To those who are insulting my 4 year old, I am so ashamed of how beautiful you all are.)
She calls out her child’s haters for being so fixated on saying mean comments about an “innocent child” who is just 4 years old. Andi tweeted, “I hope and pray that you irrelevant people find better things to do w your life than wasting it being so envious even with an innocent child.”
The young mom also connected this issue to the elections when she said, “Pst. Magbabago na presidente natin ohhh. Ikaw? Kelan ka magbabago?” (Pst. We will have a change of president soon. You? When will you change?)
Andi also urged her bashers to not rely on the president before changing because real change starts with us.
She even tweeted a photo depicting how people want change and yet they do not want to start to change themselves.