Kris Aquino slammed a netizen who accused her family of stealing.
The netizen had accused the Queen of all Media of using the hard-earned money of Filipinos to support her luxuries.
Kris managed to rework the accusation into how she cannot control the buying-decision of her followers to purchase the products she endorses.
“Cannot argue with your logic-pera ng PINOY na bumili ng mga inendorse ko at nanuod ng mga pelikulang na produce at pinagbidahan ko ang nagpaunlad sa buhay namin… see hard work pays off & God rewards those in His glock who are 1. CHEERFUL GIVERS, and 2. KNOW HOW TO SAY THANK YOU… (wag mo burahin ang pang Miss Universe na sagot ko, okay?)”
Kris stressed that her family does not steal, for a thief would not be so proud to share on social media accounts of his whereabouts. Moreover, a thief would not have 4.6 million followers and will not pay her taxes with receipts over the years.
She continued: “Ginamit ko naman talaga ang pera ng mga PILIPINO-mga Pinoy who helped make my childhood dreams come true.. Kung mag enumerate naman ako ng lahat ng natulungan ko through the years, EPAL naman ako ang next paratang.”
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obvious naman na hindi kami pamilya ng magnanakaw (generally pag galing sa nakaw, hindi pino-post on IG, especially an account w/ more than 4.6 million followers, but do take note i wrote, GENERALLY – plus i do have years & years of BIR receipts to back me up #facts) BUT i decided to give this #anonymous account some attention because— gusto ko… 🤷🏻♀️ and aminin, WINNER ang sagot. 💋🥳 so yes- ginamit ko naman talaga ang pera ng mga PILIPINO- mga Pinoy who helped make my childhood dreams come true… kung mag enumerate naman ako ng lahat ng natulungan ko through the years, EPAL naman ako ang next na paratang— so it is more than enough the beneficiaries know and my Creator knows that i shared the blessings i received to help better the lives of others. Good night. #lovelovelove 😘😍🥰🌈
Kris was once accused of stealing the Marcos necklace in 2016.
In the forum of Ariel’s 100 Fearless Females last October 11, 2016, the Queen of All Media set the record straight by narrating that it was her necklace, to stop the issue being thrown at her.
She said: “Natakot lang ako, that fear was that if you continue ignoring something because you thought it was senseless and baseless, for some people, it can be acknowledged as, ‘Ay baka totoo’ and tigilan na ‘ko.”
Kris explained she bought the controversial necklace from Bottega Venetta.
The Queen of All Media is still active on her Facebook Page with 2.5 million followers and 638K subscribers on her YouTube vlog account.