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4:43 PM May 4, 2017

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4:43 PM May 4, 2017

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Danica Sotto rescued cousin Ciara Sotto from the cyber bullies because of the father’s remark.

DANICA SOTTO – The online community people flooded the account of Ciara Sotto of criticisms thus, cousin Danica Sotto came to her side defending her form the bashers.

According to the news report of Philippine Entertainment Portal or PEP, the call-back to the daughter of the senator’s remark ‘na-ano lang’ is unfair.

Danica said to the bashers to spare her cousin’s account and spare her cousin herself as she was not involved in the issue of the father.

Other netizens could not help but agree for it is not right to drag Ciara of the controversial issue.

Ciara is reportedly in Japan right now for vacation with his son.

Danica pleaded  to the netizens indicating, “Sorry if may mga na hurt but pls let her enjoy her vacation. Respect ang gusto niyo diba po? Pls also show her some respect.”

(Sorry for those who have been hurt but please let her enjoy her vacation. You want respect right? please also show her some respect.)

She continued though, that no one is perfect and asked not to make the issues bigger through “unnecessary comments”.

Danica is the daughter of Vic Sotto and Vic is the younger brother of Tito Sotto.

Ciara  is the youngest daughter of Tito Sotto which also happens to be a single parent of her son which is two years old.

She got married to Jojo Oconer on 2010 but eventually got separated on 2016.

The remark of the senator does not only gained aggressive reactions from netizens alone.

It had also gathered several reactions from celebrities.

And those celebrities includes Vice Ganda, Gretchen Ho, Claudine Baretto, Bianca Gonzales, Alessandra de Rossi and Leah Salonga, which is according to the previous report.

Though meant only to be a joke, people were still not happy of the appalling remark to the DSWD Secretary.

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Photo lifted from PEP

 

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