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Rayver, Rodjun Cruz chide netizen for disrespecting their mom’s death anniversary

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Feb. 04, 20 | 3:04 pm

Actors Rayver and Rodjun Cruz slammed a netizen after posting rude comments on their mom’s first death anniversary.

In an Instagram post, Rayver Cruz posted a picture of him with her mother Melody ‘Beth’ Cruz, who succumbed to cancer last February 2, 2019, on Instagram.

“1 year in heaven with our lord God I miss you every single day my Queen. “Say hi to kobe for me mama sabihin mo super idol ko sya hehe. I love you so much!!! Always and forever,” he captioned on his post.

But a rude netizen asked on the comment if the actor was sure if her mother is in heaven.

“How sure po kung sa heaven ang punta,” the netizen commented.

The 30-year-old actor responded to the comment and said “kung wala ka maganda sasabihin wag na mag comment kupal.”

His older brother, Rodjun Cruz also reacted to the comment.

“Mukhang hindi Ka na guide at napalaki ng magulang mo ng maayos. Bastos mong magsalita at walang respeto. Wala kang paniniwala kay Lord,” he commented.

He also suggested to his brother to block the netizen and delete the comment.

“Pag sinabi mo yun sa harapan namin ako mismo mag lalagay sayo sa hukay,” he warned.

The account who commented on Rayver Cruz’s post, @heyah_cestlavie is deactivated as of this writing.

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UAE reaches over 530,000 tests, reports 53 recoveries

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