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A Filipina slammed her country and fellow Filipino people.

FILIPINA – An audio recording of a conversation between a Pinay and Citi Phone Dish station employee and manager went viral on the social media.

Recently, a video posted on the Facebook page Danified caught the attention of the netizens after it showed a conversation wherein a Filipina cursed the Philippines and her fellow Filipino people.

The caption of the post stated: “Grabe to kong maka pag lait sa mga pinoy kala mo kong sino baliw!”

A warning was posted on the first part of the video. It cautioned the viewers that the audio ‘is literally 10 minutes of non-stop cursing in Tagalog’.

The conversation was between the Filipina and the employee and manager of Citi phone dish station. The Pinay was asking the employee to transfer her to Citibank America as she can’t withdraw her money.

The employee responded that they cannot do it. The Pinay then got mad and started to utter harsh words against the employee, the Filipino people, and the Philippines.

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Screengrabbed from Video posted on the Facebook Page Danified

The Filipina told the employee to transfer her to the manager. She kept on cursing the Filipino people and the Philippines.

In a conversation with the manager, the Pinay still did the same thing. She kept on uttering harsh words.

The post went viral on the social media. It has already reached more than sixty thousand views on the online platform.

Lots of netizens expressed their reaction to the post through comments.

One netizen stated that the statements of the Pinay really described her. He praised the way the employee and manager handled the situation.

According to a Facebook user, the call center agent should have hung up the phone following the rules after warning.

In a comment to the post, a netizen stated that she can’t be helped because of her non-stop speaking.

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