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Controversial: Jim Paredes Allegedly Tells Duterte Not To Use People’s Money On Trolls

A controversial alleged message of Jim Paredes for Pres. Duterte hits the social media.

JIM PAREDES – Cynthia Patag posted Jim Paredes’ alleged message for Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte telling him not to use the people’s money on trolls.

The social media nowadays is a home to lots of controversial issues. Recently, Cynthia Patag’s social media post has captured the attention of the netizens.

Jim Paredes

Jim Paredes / Photo lifted from Starmometer

In the post which can be found on her Facebook page, Cynthia entailed the alleged message of Apo Hiking Society’s Jim Paredes to Pres. Duterte.

The alleged message is posted as a caption to a GMA News report which is entitled ‘Duterte tells large taxpayers: P-ina bumayad kayo, kung ‘di papatayin ko kayo’.

[You pay. If not, I will kill you.]

“P—ina mo rin. Account for every cent we pay. Don’t spend it on trips with hangers on who join for the junket,” Paredes allegedly tells Duterte in the message.

Furthermore, the prominent musician allegedly tells Pres. Duterte not to spend the people’s money on trolls and his mistresses. Eight hours have passed since the controversial post has hit the social media.

Jim Paredes

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte / Reuters Photo

As of the writing, the controversial post has reached 72 shares. There are also netizens who have dropped their reactions towards the posts.

One netizen commented that taking away others lives is always the ‘preferred solution’ of the President. There were several netizens who commented that Pres. Duterte should say it to Sen. Manny Pacquiao.

“He needs all the money he can get for his ‘War Games’. The economy of the country be damned,” one netizen expressed on her comment.

Another netizen expressed her claim in a comment on the social media post that those who are his allies do not pay the taxes and he himself has hidden wealth.

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