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Queen of all Media Kris Aquino let out her rage on Instagram after a certain netizen called her a thief.

A netizen with the Instagram handle @cess_line143 questioned Aquino’s wealth and said that she is only rich because of stolen money.

“Ang yaman ah! Pero yung pera para pala ninakaw lang,” the said user commented on one of Aquino’s posts.

The 47-year-old TV-actress did not let the netizen’s comment just pass and decided to lash back at the basher.

Aquino posted a slideshow on her Instagram account containing screenshots of @cess_line143’s social media accounts and quotes about being a fighter.

You messed w/ the wrong woman. 🤬 Ang kapal ng mukha mo na tawagin akong magnanakaw when you are the one guilty of IDENTITY THEFT. Whichever bot account this is, or whichever group is funding this troll account you should have at least had the intelligence to not use a picture of a famous blogger @hapatime, Jessica Ricks. Then when i called you out- you suddenly changed your twitter handle & IG pic. The problem is you can attack me w/ absolutely no evidence about stealing when in actuality you are the MAGNANAKAW. Please- wag mo kong itulad sa yo o kung sino man ang nagfu-fund ng operations ninyo. How many times do i need to REPEAT- i have no political plans for 2019- so your demolition job is way too early. Strategic planning please? I am not my Mom & i am not Noy- in other words i am not like them who will choose dignified silence & humility. HINDI AKO MABAIT especially pag nananahimik akong nagtatrabaho & nagsusumikap na maging mabuting ina, pero binabalahura pa rin ang pagkatao ko. While we still have democracy- i shall defend what i worked hard to achieve & i will never again allow myself to be stepped on & trashed by people who don’t even have the courage to create a true social media account. #TRUTH #AUTHENTICITY

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“You messed with the wrong woman. Ang kapal ng mukha mo na tawagin akong magnanakaw when you are the one guilty of identity theft. Whichever bot account this is, or whichever group is funding this troll account you should have at least had the intelligence to not use a picture of a famous blogger Jessica Ricks,” she said.

Jessica Ricks is a fashion blogger and social media influencer from California, USA.

“Then when I called you out, you suddenly changed your Twitter handle and Instagram picture. The problem is you can attack me with absolutely no evidence about stealing when in actuality you are the magnanakaw,” she continued.

Aquino also pointed out that there is no need to attack her online because she has no plans on running for a political position in the future.

“How many times do i need to repeat – I have no political plans for 2019 – so your demolition job is way too early,” she said.

She continued on by saying that she will defend her reputation against people who continuously try to ruin it.

“Hindi ako mabait especially kapag nananahimik akong nagtatrabaho at nagsusumikap na maging mabuting ina, pero binabalahura pa rin ang pagkatao ko. While we still have democracy, I shall defend what I worked hard to achieve and I will never again allow myself to be stepped on and be trashed by people who don’t even have the courage to create a true social media account,” she said.

#NoToFakes #nototrollaccounts #NoToIdentityTheft #TRUTHWINS

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Kris also posted another photo with a lengthy caption explaining her tax remittances to prove that she did not steal any amount of money.

“I have stated this and anybody can check with the BIR. From 2007 to 2016, I responsibly remitted P361,798,667 in personal income tax.

“I cannot give you a 2017 figure yet because they are still processing my tax returns. I can give you and everyone else reading this, my January 2018 tax remittance amounting to P1,843,088 (for December income) and my VAT remittance for January 2018 of P1,510,191.55.

“Before I left, I was told to prepare Estimated Taxes for February 2018 for January income, in the vicinity of P2,337,000. So it is illogical to believe her accusation na ‘yung pera pala ninakaw lang.

“Why will I continue paying huge taxes kung dati ninakaw ko lang? That means if we did it then, it ‘could’ still be done now,” she said.

“Bakit ko rin nanakawin noon ang perang nanggaling mismo sa bulsa ko? Eh di sana nag-tax evasion na lang ako,” she continued.

(I ask you to please have the patience to swipe left & read this whole post.)📝👓 First of all – jetlagging made me scroll through my IG Feed. 2nd I HATE LIES & will do everything to disprove them. 3rd I love doing RESEARCH, and having a company now that specializes on data analytics for client presentations is heaven sent because I can easily point out the lack of factual basis used by this “commenter” who seems to not be making the most of her Ateneo education by using “your” in the possessive form rather than you’re as in YOU ARE w/c would have been correct for her sentence construction… I have steadfastly stayed away from political discourse BUT i will never back down when lies will be peddled to question MY integrity especially when it comes to money. I have stated this & anybody can check w/ the BIR, from 2007 to 2016 I RESPONSIBLY remitted P361,798,667 in personal income tax. I cannot give you a 2017 figure yet because they are still processing my tax returns. I can give you & everyone else reading this, my January 2018 Tax REMITTANCE amounting to P1,843,088 (for December income) and my VAT REMITTANCE January 2018 of P1,510,191.55. Before i left i was told to prepare Estimated Taxes for Feb 2018 for January income, in the vicinity of P2,337,000. So it is ILLOGICAL to believe her accusation na “yung pera pala NINAKAW LANG”… WHY WILL I CONTINUE PAYING HUGE TAXES kung dati ninakaw ko lang – that means if we did it then, it “could” still be done now. BAKIT KO rin NANAKAWIN nuon ANG PERANG NANGGALING MISMO SA BULSA KO??? Eh di sana nag tax evasion na lang ako. Lastly – kung talagang ninakaw, bakit ko ipo-post ang “ebidensya” (in this case my trip w/ my sons)… Diba dapat nakatago na, wala ever kayong nakitang luho dahil kung guilty, alam mong dapat di mahahanap, di pwedeng ma trace ang ill gotten wealth. Please naman – don’t underestimate the intelligence of Filipinos w/ your #fakenews & outright lies. #TRUTHWINS (you have an attractive face, if you wanted attention- consider it my birthday goodwill of “sharing” my followers w/ you.😇)

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