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K Brosas, Bela Padilla slams pro anti-terror bill netizen after being tagged as “Marionettes”

Some celebrities reacted to the obvious insult, like singer-comedian K Brosas who did not hold back.

A Twitter user named Patty Tagal posted a statement opposing artists’ involvement in the protest against the anti-terrorism bill.

In her post, she described artists in the entertainment industry as marionettes, implying that their existence is purely for entertainment. Thus, making their personal opinions insignificant to the public.

Some celebrities reacted to the obvious insult, like singer-comedian K Brosas who did not hold back.

“Ah so yung na block ko na bruha eh ito ang “script” para SA amin?? So gaano ka shunga ang chika na to?? “Significant/influencial in ur own mind” lol! So yung mga fans Guni guni Lang namin?? Baka sampalin kita NG kababayad ko Lang na tax (laki ha bir lol)”

Actress Bela Padilla also rebutted the shameful post as she clarified that entertainers like her do pay huge taxes that contribute to the society that “Patty” also lives in.

“Patty is the exact type of person who agrees w/ the Anti Terror Bill and you can see why with how she sees people. Might I respectfully remind you Patty, that the Entertainers of this country pay insane amounts of taxes that contribute to the society you live in.

Many want the bill junked due to the possibility of abuses since the provision seemed to be imprecise and poorly worded. Though the controversial bill was made to combat terrorism, people still do not feel protected, instead it instilled fear.

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift took the step as she shared in her Instagram the movement of trashing the anti-terror bill.

Nadine Lustre, meanwhile, shared a graphic illustration of putting the terror bill into the trash.

Liza Soberano strongly stated to not take away people’s voices as one of their basic rights.

Agot Isidro claimed that only cowards are afraid of dissent.

Moira Dela Torre also emphasized how important it is to speak up and that people have the strength to fight.

More artists like Kathryn Bernardo, Anne Curtis, Maris Racal, and Enchong Dee, also rallied and urged their followers to sign the petition to junk the anti-terror bill.


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