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Karla Estrada chides Kakampink poking fun at a BBM supporter; netizens call out her double standard

Some netizens shared screenshots of disturbing comments from BBM supporters, criticizing Estrada’s “double standard.”

On March 24, TV host-turned-politician Karla Estrada chided a VP Leni Robredo supporter that poked fun at a Bongbong Marcos supporter.

On her Twitter account, she condemned the actions of the netizen for poking fun at a person with a disability on social media.



She even posted a screenshot of an Instagram story calling out the insensitive comment of the VP Leni supporter.

“Hindi ko lang ito kaya kailangan ko lang magsalita, naawa ako sa kalagayan ni kuya na may kapansanan sa mata. Grabe naman ang comment na ito di na makatao.”

“Yan lang ang kaya mo mangutya??? Porke’t di kayo magkapareho ng pinaglalaban???? Pasalamat ka na lang at buo ang sanggkap ng mukha mo!”

Her tweet seemed to backfire as it sparked reactions from netizens calling her out. 

Some netizens shared screenshots of disturbing comments from BBM supporters, criticizing Estrada’s “double standard.”

https://twitter.com/cardinoyan/status/1506870038015270915

Others shared proof of how toxic BBM supporters are on social media.

https://twitter.com/CristianCofino2/status/1506982566930223115

Other netizens urged Estrada to call out her fellow BBM supporters for their uncalled-for social media comments.

One netizen pointed out that VP Leni supporters have already chided the said netizen while challenging Estrada to call out fake news peddlers favoring BBM.

Other netizens recalled how Estrada used to bully her Magandang Buhay co-host Melai Cantiveros on live TV.

https://twitter.com/iAmAnilovich/status/1506840373993545730

https://twitter.com/LicupJudith/status/1506856211131600898

Estrada entered into politics when she joined the Tingog party-list, known for favoring the ABS-CBN shutdown.



Earlier, Estrada announced her support of Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr.’s campaign for the presidency.

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