- Sofia Andres recently updated the public that her phone was stolen at the Manila Sundance Bazaar
- Sofia tried to trace who the suspect was and, accordingly, was able to, but the person whom she pointed at did not steal anything from the artist
- The netizen called out Sofia’s attention and lambasted her publicly for her inappropriate behavior
ABS-CBN talent Sofia Andres, after her recent misbehavior during the Manila Sundance Bazaar due to her phone being stolen, was, yet again, caught in a misunderstanding after a person, who she blamed for stealing her phone, lambasted her publicly online for her false accusation, and threatened to sue her if not proven guilty.
A netizen, named Pearl Morado, was the one who Sofia blamed for stealing. In a series of Twitter posts from Morado, she claimed that she has not done the crime. She also expressed her frustration against the artist for putting her family to public shame, even bringing her child into the situation by posting their photos.
never heard an apology from you for dragging my name,my photos an my sons on your phone issue.uve caused soo much trouble u imbarassed me on social media not only me my whole family.merun mga ngpm sakin nddsturbo https://t.co/cvwcBHDrS0 so dissappointed public figure kapa naman
— pearl bedorie morado (@MoradoPearl) April 15, 2019
This resulted in Morado to threaten Sofia, mentioning that she is going to file a case against the artist if it was proven that she wasn’t the suspect.
“anu ibblik ko? wala naman akong kinukuha.payag po ako magpaimbestiga about sa iphone nyo iprove nyo accusation nyo sakin. peru paghindi di nyo na prove, kakasuhan ko po kyo.”
Sofia, after being called out, posted an apology for the trouble she caused to Morado and her family. Though attached in her apology is doubt, as she shared a short video clip of her personal account being able to open Morado’s social media account.
” I just want to say I’m sorry to ms
@MoradoPearl for the misunderstanding. It’s just weirding me out that I could actually open your Instagram account using my own Facebook. I don’t want to make this a big deal. I hope this vid will make you understand where am I coming from.”
I just want to say I’m sorry to ms @MoradoPearl for the misunderstanding. It’s just weirding me out that I could actually open your Instagram account using my own Facebook. I don’t want to make this a big deal. I hope this vid will make you undertstand where am I coming from. pic.twitter.com/ep5Lr2RTSL
— Sofia Andres (@iamsofiaandres) April 15, 2019
This issue gained mixed reactions from netizens, where some sided with Sofia while others with Morado.
Same scenario sa asawa ko, akala ko May iba syang account. But no, you see our numbers eh nire-recycle lang. Baka yung number mo eh dati nyang Number na ginamit nya bfore dyan sa acct na yan or vice versa. Anyhow, atleast ok na. 🥰🥰
— Feyg Bonifacio (@OrigFeyg) April 15, 2019
It's already done. Na bash na yong tao. Make sure regularly nag papalit ng password at make sure nag lo log out ng mga social media sites. Sa phone. Maraming mag nanakaw dito sa Pinas.
Kawawa yong napag bibintangan. May nadadamay pa. Kase may lumabas nang mga unang pics. SKL.
— Cali (@ramoscali27) April 15, 2019