Aika Robredo, daughter of Leni Robredo, shrugs off fake news about her.
LENI ROBREDO – The daughter of presidential aspirant Leni Robredo has been facing rumors which included her face in a video.
Presidential aspirant and Vice President Maria Leonor ‘Leni’ Robredo has three daughters and one of them is currently facing “attacks” online. Apparently, there’s a fake video circulating online and the content is about Aika Robredo which their camp has called “malicious fabrication”.
The current vice president of the country maintained her composure about these fake rumors about her daughter as they knew that it is just another strategy of their rival to distract supporters. Atty. Barry Gutierrez, spokesperson of Robredo already said that their “lawyers are studying our options for legal action.”
And in a Twitter post, VP Leni shared the “best antidote” she’s been practicing in the last six years against fake news – the truth. She said, “Let us not lose focus. Tuloy-tuloy lang ang paggawa ng kabutihan. This was how I survived the last 6 years.”
And on Twitter, her daughter, seemingly shrugging off the unnecessary fake news, opted to not lose focus in campaigning for her mother to reach their ultimate goal: Leni’s victory. She quipped in her latest social media post amid the allegations, “Tara na! Focus tayo.”
Senatorial candidate Jose Manuel “Chel” Diokno also decried the fake video and believes the same thing about it. He believes that it is just another ploy and this time, targeting the VP’s daughter as a distraction. Diokno said, “Alam nating desperado na sila dahil sa paglakas ni VP, but it takes a special kind of evil to resort to misogynistic attacks against the kids.”
Gabriela party-list representative Arlene Brosas also said in a statement that this is a cheap strategy to demean women which is, at the same time, used “to distract the public from VP Robredo’s crusade for good governance”
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