Ninang Exposes “Kumareng Hilaw” Demanding Money for Her “Inaanak”
A disappointed “ninang” (godmother) air dismay to demanding “kumareng hilaw” for not allowing her to borrow money for her “inaanak.”
Jenny Cadenas Torino, a female netizen, has recounted a demanding mother of her “inaanak,” who is also her friend. She shared a sample of their conversation on her Instagram story, in which the mother chastises her for showing jewelry on her Facebook post.
The mother chastised her for allowing her to borrow money in response to her story. According to the mother, “Ang yabang mo na ah? Pero kapag inutangan laging walang pera (with laughing in tears emoji).”
“Dami pambili ng kung ano pero di makatulong nung may sakit inaanak niya, awit sayo be (with sneezing emoji),” the mother added.
Jenny stated that she did not buy the necklace after being disappointed by a demanding acquaintance. She claimed it stemmed from a series of “hacks” she performed on an online buying platform.
“Unang una, hindi ko po yan binili, I just got that necklaces for free sa mga Shopee hacks na ginagawa ko kaya nga madalas makapag Jollibee ng tagpipiso lang eh,” she wrote in her caption.
Apart from that, she stated that she aided but could not lend again because she required pay her tuition as well. Jenny confessed that she had already given her the chance to borrow money, but the next day she reached out to borrow money again.
“Nung may sakit anak niya, I gave her money (no need to brag how much) tapos sabi niya kinabukasan baka pwedeng mangutang at nung sinabi kong wala akong mapautang dahil priority ang tuition fee ,” she shared.
Jenny’s buddy became enraged and scolded her, accusing her of being selfish after she was denied the money she requested. Jenny, on the other hand, was unconcerned about the insulting chats and just blocked the ungrateful friend.
“Nagalit ang damot ko daw pero hinayaan ko na lang at the next day ay chat ng chat na naman pero hindi ko na nirereplyan, kasi nakakawalang gana replyan yung binigyan mo na nga e madamot ka pa din tapos hindi pa marunong magpasalamat,” Jenny said.
She also confessed that she is not her friend’s child’s official “ninang.” She was taken aback when the mother said she was the godmother of her child. She confessed that she was not even invited to the child’s baptism.
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