Kapuso Teenstar Bianca Umali was advised to keep in heart her network’s advocacy, “Think Before You Click”
After getting the ire of netizens for her “failed” no make-up challenge, GMA Network artist Bianca Umali was advised by a netizen to learn from the experience and be more responsible in using social media next time.
In a post by Facebook user Inyaki Yuson, he encouraged the young actress to be mindful of everything she posts in social media especially Facebook.
Yuson was referring to Umali’s Facebook post last Monday January 16, 2017 where she seemingly criticized women who wears make-up as people not confident with their beauty and challenged them to leave their make-ups behind and flaunt their natural self.
Bianca has been on a receiving end of harsh criticisms from netizens after her controversial Facebook post.
Most of those who commented have lambasted her outright hypocrisy because according to them Bianca obviously wears make-up on the photo she posted contrary to her no-make up challenge and on flaunting natural beauty she stated on her Facebook status.
But while many netizens reacted “violently” on her post, Inyaki Yuson changed the tone and became like an elder advising a little sister. He said Umali is only 16 and she doesn’t deserve such meanness and hurtful words but she needs to learn a lesson out of it.
“Bebe gurl you’re only 16 so i wont fuel the flames. The comments are brutally hurtful as they are but we dont have to be mean to the kid. I hope she learns from this and just post a public apology if she has offended anyone. Learn your lesson and choose your words and what to post next time,” he wrote.
He also advised Bianca that fame is not a power and that the world doesn’t revolve around her. He went on by saying “Filipinos are the hungriest and meanest of all races when it comes to eating people alive on facebook” so she should be careful next time.