- Actor Monsour Del Rosario hit at the parents of the Ateneo student who was involved in bullying
- He threw ferocious words about the “bully” being a Taekwondo black belter
- Monsour also reminded parents to guide and raise their children well
Actor-turned-politician Monsour del Rosario could not contain his disappointment about the viral bullying incident which involved some Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) students.
KAMI learned that the veteran actor bravely spoke up after learning that the “bully” is a black-belter and gold medalist in Taekwondo which happens to be his sport also.
Instead of putting his hundred percent grudge on the student whose name is Joaquin Montes, Monsour targeted the parents and did not hesitate to throw ferocious words to them.
The actor, who was hailed as the first non-Korean in the Taekwondo Hall of Fame, initially expressed that he received numerous messages about the viral bullying incident.
This prompted him to finally speak up and throw a threat to the guardians of the "bully" student that his words are his “firm judgement” to them.
Although he cleared that mistakes are inevitable, he still exclaimed that their son is not a good representation of his sport because of the merciless incident inside the school premises.
“Yes, none of us are perfect -- we've all made our mistakes and should not judge people loosely,” Monsour wrote in his Facebook post.
“But to the parents of the bully, let's be very clear here, this is as firm a judgement as you will ever get from me: Your son is a FAILED representation of our beautiful sport,” he added.
The now-Congressman in Makati stressed that what the Ateneo student did to his schoolmate was hideous and will never be accepted.
He even emphasized in his post that Joaquin’s parents should guide and raise him properly especially because he is inclined to martial arts.
“Every aspect of the viral video was hideous, weak and unacceptable,” Monsour quipped.
“Raise your children better. Let's all raise our children to be better. Let's raise our sons -- particularly those in the martial arts -- to be good men,” he concluded.
In a previous article by KAMI, the Philippine Taekwondo Association already broke its silence regarding the viral bullying incident.
Monsour del Rosario is a veteran Filipino actor who was born on May 11, 1965. He is now an incumbent Congressman of the first legislative district of Makati. He is also the Philippine Taekwondo Association Secretary General.
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