- Queenie Padilla, the sister of Kylie Padilla, posted on her IG Stories about Ali, one of the popular characters of Squid Game
- In the post, the caption was talking about the docile yet strong character of Ali
- It was saying that Ali's role in the popular series has taught people that no matter how kind or innoncent one is, people will still abuse and use you
- The sister of Kylie posted it on the same day that Cristy Fermin answered the tweet of the actress on her Cristy Ferminute show
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Queenie Padilla, the sister of Kylie padilla, posted about Ali, one of the popular characters in the hit series, Squid Game.
It was a post that tackled the characteristic of Ali.
"Ali's role in Squid Game taught us that no matter how kind or innocent you are, some people will still abuse and use you."
Kylie Padilla, rumesbak sa gitna ng maaanghang na statements ni Cristy Fermin: "Keep my mother out of it"
It was not directed at anybody. What can be gleaned is that it was posted by Kylie's sister on the same day that Cristy Fermin responded to the tweet of Kylie, which was during the columnist's Oct. 22 episode of Cristy Ferminute.
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In the said episode, Cristy Fermin stood by her previous statements where she said that a source narrated that Kylie Padilla was allegedly involved with a third party.
It was also in the same episode that she asked the actress why she deleted her tweets.
Kylie Nicole Sicangco Padilla-Abrenica, better known as Kylie Padilla, is a Pinay actress, model, and recording artist. She was born on January 25, 1993 to Filipino actor Robin Padilla and actress Liezl Sicangco in Calatagan, Batangas.
Kylie Padilla took to Twitter and unleashed a statement amidst the viral statements of Cristy Fermin. She said, "of course you pit two women against each other" - The actress then added, "That's your game. Sorry it's not mine." She then said that her mother must be kept out of things and that she wishes love and happiness.
Nay Cristy directly asked the Kapuso star, "Bakit wala kang nakuhang paninindigan sa ama mo?" The veteran columnist then asked Kylie why she was not able to stand by what she said, considering that she posted in the morning, and she then immediately deleted it.