High School Student Who Was Bullied By Schoolmates Receives Help From Raffy Tulfo
RAFFY TULO – A high school student who was bullied by her schoolmates received help from Raffy Tulfo.
Filipino journalist Raffy Tulfo helped his fellowmen through his program ‘Raffy Tulfo in Action.’ From celebrities to ordinary Filipinos, they sought help from the kind-hearted journalist.
In a previous article, the 59-year-old celebrity helped a young boy who was allegedly rejected in a hospital. He immediately ordered his team to assist them at the Philippine Children’s Hospital and get him checked.
Recently, a complainant called Raffy Tulfo’s hotline and asked for his help. The woman said his teenage daughter was bullied in school by her schoolmates. The rumble between the students happened inside the campus.
The woman said she already reported the “bullying” incident to the school Principal Primitivo Gorospe. She said the principal only gave 3 days suspension to the girls who hurt her daughter.
The victim’s mom said the parents of the bullies were not ‘sorry’ about the incident. They even have the guts to be mad at her and advise her not to stare into their daughter’s eyes.
Meanwhile, the victim said she is now terrified to go back to school after the incident. Her statement alarmed the host. Raffy told the principal about it the young girl’s trauma from her school mates.
Gorospe said he will advise the student’s adviser to encourage her and her parents that the school is safe and they will not hurt her anymore. Raffy wants the bullies to apologize to the young girl and promise not to hurt her again.
The video elicited various reactions from the online community. Here are some of their comments on the video:
@Rosalie Reodique: “The parents should learned how to raise a child”
@Solett Smith: “Give them some heavy punishment. EXPELLED”
@Ayraa Morena: “Sir Raffy, you are helpful but due process is due process you can’t bypass everything! The school principal is doing his job.”
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