Agot Isidro Posts Messages on Social Media Addressed to the Administration and Supporters of Pres. Duterte
AGOT ISIDRO – Actress Agot Isidro posted on social media messages for the Duterte administration and supporters.
Currently, there are several celebrities who are vocal about their views on certain matters most especially political ones. One of them is actress Agot Isidro.
Agot Isidro has yet to give the final say towards the possibility that she will enter the political arena soon. What she previously stressed is that she is still happy in the acting field.
Agot Isidro is known as one of the staunch critics of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte and his administration. Agot’s tagged as a Yellowtard by other people.
Recently, on social media, the actress posted messages for the present admin and the supporters of the 73-year-old President.
In her message to the Duterte Administration, the actress stated that there is no forever and there will come a time for all of them.
In another post on her Twitter account, Agot Isidro expressed her hope that the rice that the supporters of the Duterte Administration can buy is also forever. She also told the supporters of the current admin to savor the rice before they will have no money anymore.
At para sa mga sumusuporta ng Du30 admin:
Sana ang kaya nyo pang bilhin na bukbuking bigas ay forever din. Namnamin na bago ang pambili ay ang syang maubos.
— Agot Isidro (@agot_isidro) September 25, 2018
The messages of Agot Isidro for the Duterte Administration and its supporters hooked the attention of the netizens on Twitter. Here are some of the comments on the posts:
@jay201811: “The ignorance of Agot! Walang forever kasi buking na yung LP is [t]he destabilizer of this country”
@angie93792196: “[T]alaga naman walang forever sino bang nagsabi na mayroon. Akala yan ng mga taga yellow mayroon forever kasi hanggang ngayon hindi pa nila tanggap na talo sila.”
@JuanTam82204630: “Ms. Agot, you are a senatoriable for LP. But look at how you frame your post, that is not the proper way of writing for a would-be future Senator…”
What can you say about it?