A 16 year old girl tweets Robredo--wished her died in a plane crash

Leading Vice President candidate and Camarines Sur REp. Leni Robredo received  a vicious tweet from a 16 year old girl.

The student posted in her social media account said she wished Robredo had died in a plane crash so she can join her late husband, former Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo.

Jesse died in a plane crash in 2012 when he was on his way home in Naga City after attending a public function in Cebu City.

The tweet become trending and the student said she receives nasty comments and threat with Leni's supporter. The school she went to, her family and friends get to involved. 

After the trending post she apologized to Leni Robredo and to all who got involved in the issue.

In GMA news, the girl gave her testimony about her viral tweet to Leni. “Nangunguna na si Marcos. Parang nadala lang po ako kasi pagkagising ko, sa survey nanonood ako ng balita lumamang po si Leni. Yun na impression ko. Yun pumasok sa isip ko. Twineet ko agad,“ the student said.

“Maam Leni, sorry po nasabi ko. Hindi ko naman po gusto mangyari sa inyo yon. Nadala lang po ako ng emosyon kasi nagulat ako sa biglang lamang sa botohan,” she added in the interview.

This Thursday morning in the same program. During Leni interview, she accepted the student apology. She said “Wala tayong kasalanan. Palalampasin na lang natin ito. Wala pa silang ginagawa, pinapatawad ko na sila,” she said.

On GMA News TV's “State of the Nation,” Leni said the she almost responded to a basher but she kept herself on track.


“Nung nanalo na ko, may nag-post sa Facebook. 'Napaka evil mo. Sana ikaw na lang yung nasa eroplanong bumagsak, hindi yung asawa mo',” Robredo said in interview.

“Na-tempt na ako na sagutin, 'Hindi mo lang alam na nung bumagsak yung eroplano ng asawa ko, every day, every night, wini-wish ko na sana ako na lang yung nasa eroplanong yun',” she added.

The father also of the girl asked for forgiveness. He said that her daughter is still a child and she don't know what she's doing.


Meanwhile, from GMA news, the student's school St. Anthony Learning Institute of Quezon City also issued a statement:
Ang pamunuan ng St. Anthony Learning Institute of Quezon City ay walang kinalaman sa tweet ng isa sa aming mga dating estudyante laban kay Rep. Leni Robredo.
Hinubog namin nang maayos ang bata, at hindi siya tinuruang maging mapanira sa kapwa tao.
Hindi namin kinukunsinti ang maling ginawa ng bata kaya kami ang nagkusang kumausap sa kanya para magbigay siya ng public apology.
Nais din naming maalis ang negatibong pagtingin sa aming paaralan at sa bata. Hinihiling namin na huwag na rin idamay ang aming paaralan sa isyung ito.

The student said that she learned her lesson. She'll think first before posting anything on social media.

"Think before you click na po,” she said.





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