- Moira dela Torre received threatening message from a basher
- She hilariously responded to the direct message of the netizen
- Her reply immediately went viral in the online world
Moira dela Torre received nothing but praises from netizens because of her response to a basher who bravely sent her threatening messages.
KAMI learned that the famous singer uploaded on her Twitter account the screenshot of her viral conversation with a frustrated netizen.
According to the social media user, whose username is “black.bear123321,” Moira is the reason why a lot of people do not like Original Pilipino Music (OPM).
He also wished the award-winning singer to be lifeless and that she should wait for the moment when their paths cross.
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Because of the netizen’s threatening messages, Moira sent him an entertaining reply which immediately went viral online.
She hilariously used the lyrics of the song “Torete” to tell the basher that she does not care about what he uttered.
“Minsan talaga kakantahan mo na lang sila,” she wrote as the caption of her post.
“Lmao. Good job Moira. Kantahan mo pa nung mga nakakaantok mong kanta at cover para lalong pang-inis sa mga basher,” a fan commented.
In a previous article by KAMI, celebrities aired honest thoughts on rumored feud between Regine Velasquez and Moira.
Moira dela Torre is one of the most prominent singers in the Philippines. Her interpretation of the song “Titibo-tibo” was hailed as the grand winner during the Himig Handog 2017.
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