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Jan. 10, 19 | 6:19 am

Kapamilya actress can no longer take the negativity she has been receiving from social media users because of her relationship with ex-boyfriend Carlo Aquino.

Panganiban took to social media to post a rant addressing a particular negative comment she received from an Instagram user with the handle @bashangggg11.

The actress posted a screenshot of the netizen’s comment which said that she is just using Aquino and their friendship seem insincere. The netizen also said that Panganiban should “act her age” because her actions are causing her fans to bash Aquino.

“Palagi kang ganyan. Aware ka ba sa impact na nagagawa niyan kay Carlo? Palagi siya ang dehado kakaganyan mo. Sarili mong fans binabash at hinuhusgahan siya nang walang ebidensya.

“Grow up Angge. Pag-usapan niyo ‘yan ni Carlo. ‘Wag mong idaan sa social media lahat. Minsan nakakaduda rin if gaano ka ka-genuine mag-care for Carlo. Kung ano ang kinadaldal mo, kinatahimik niya. Jusko para kayong 13, 14 ulit. Hoy, 33, 34 na kayo. Act your age,” the netizen’s comment reads.

The netizen made the comment when Panganiban posted a photo on Instagram on Wednesday with the caption, “Love your own na lang talaga ‘ko.”

However, after the netizen posted the comment, Panganiban changed the caption to: “Don’t love yourself. Never. Okay na po?” while tagging the former’s account.

 

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The netizen has deactvated her account since then.

Panganiban also wrote a lengthy message as a response to the netizen’s negative comment.

“Wow. Sa lahat ng na offend ko. Sorry. Hindi ko alam na may issue pala kayo sakin. From now on, hindi na ko magsasalita. Huling caption ko na po ito. Kasi nakakahiya sa inyong mga nasaktan ko.

“Tama ka. Madaldal ako. So tatahimik na ko. I will act my age po. Sorry po. Hindi na kayo makakarinig ng kahit na ano sakin regarding Carlo. Lalayuan ko na din para hindi na lang ako mahusgahan at hindi na po siya mahirapan sa sinasabi niyong ‘impact’ na ginagawa ko para madehado po siya.

“Happy po? Thank you. Sana po maintindihan niyo at mapatawad niyo ko. Pagod na din ako sa kanegahan at pakekelam ninyo. Nasaktan na din ako. So tama na,” the actress wrote.

She also posted a tweet on her Twitter account to address all netizens who are sending her negativity because of her friendship with her ex-boyfriend.

“Maayos naman samahan namin. Sinira niyo lang. Sana masaya na kayo,” she wrote.

“Sana din matuwa idol niyo sa pagiwas ko sa kanya at malagay siya sa tahimik. Ako pala kasi sumisira sa idol ninyo. Enjoy 2019,” she added.

She also posted more tweets about her feelings after she decided to distance herself from Aquino.

“Saan ba ko nag kulang? Pinapasok ko naman kayo sa buhay ko. Bakit kayo nananakit?” she said. “Didistansya lang naman. Nababahiran na kasi ng ka-showbizan. Para sa ikakabuti na din ng lahat.”

As of press time, Panganiban has also unfollowed Aquino on Instagram but the latter is still following the actress.

Panganiban and Aquino became a couple in the early 2000s after working together in the youth-oriented show “G-mik.” They were in a relationship for six years before breaking up.

However, they have been spending some time together lately causing speculations that they are now back in each other’s arms.

They starred in their reunion movie titled “Exes Baggage” which hit theaters last year and they are currently working together on ABS-CBN’s noontime show “Playhouse”.

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