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Monday, November 13, 2017

Tweet Scoop: Cornerstone Requests Netizens Not to Upload Photos of Franco Hernandez Lying in State

Image courtesy of Twitter: cornerstone_ofc

25 comments:

  1. RIP Magpapasko pa naman. Such a tragedy. Condolences to the family

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  2. Gawain na talaga ng mga tao ngayon yan noh? Yung magpipicture ng patay na celebrity/personality para madaming likes and comments. Di bale na mawalan ng respeto sa patay at pamilya ng namatay. Hay puro kababawan. Bisitahin sana kayo sa pagtulog nyo.

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    1. Oo baks sana bisitahin sila ng 1week!

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    2. Hindi baks, sana kasing dami ng likes ng post nila.

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  3. Huwag niyo kasi ipublic. Mga fans yan, kahit papaano apektado sila sa nangyari.

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    1. Ikaw ba nagpost? Pinagbigyan na nga sila dahil fans pero nakuha pa nila mambastos!

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    2. So pag apektado pwede na magpost ng ganun? kalokang logic yan.

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    3. Wala ka sigurong respeto sa patay, kagaya ng mga "fans". Maybe they can't help to take photos but posting it is way way too much. Such a shame.

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    4. Gawain mo yan siguro no? #respect

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    5. What kind of reasoning is that? Get some sleep, girl

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    6. Girl pls, paputol mo na ung net niyo. Cancer ka sa lipunan.

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    7. sabagay para sa mga fans kasi na katulad mo, dedma na and respeto makakuha lang ng picture.

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  4. Not a fan pero.masyado kasing pabibo yung iba sa social.media. Wag naman ganun mga bes. Respect.

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  5. Kahit kasi basic etiquette, decency and civility, dapat pa may reminder sa Pinoy.

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  6. So that gives them the right to disrespect the family’s privacy? Pagbibigyan na sila ng family na makita yung idol nila one last time tapos they’re going to take a picture of him? For what? Para lang masabi na nakaattend sila sa burol ng isang sikat na artista? Common decency lang naman kasi.

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  7. Kakahiya minsan ugali my pinoy. I-justify pa na kesyo public viewing pwede magpicture without permission from family/relatives:[ #GigilAko

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  8. You cant blame the fans at all. Mellineals are very expressive nowadays that whatever they feel they post it right away.

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    1. Since isinisisi natin lahat sa millennials, matanong nga kita - ano ang age range ng millennials?

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  9. Kahit pa idol ko ang namatay hindi ko gusto makita xa sa casket... yung iba pipicturean sabay post sa socmed... d ba nila alam na merong taong ayaw makakita ng ganun.. kabastusan lang eh.. tama kayo respeto lang kahit pa public viewing yun

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  10. Ay totoo. Sa tanang buhay ko I NEVER dared na tumingin sa kabaong, kahit pa sa kamag-anak ko. Takot ako. Pero kanina, was just browsing on Twitter, ayun na. Wala na kong choice. Bumulaga agad siya. At napakadami nila. Nakakaloka kayo.

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    1. natawa ako sa comment mo, baks! pero on a serious note, ako din. It freaks me out first and foremost. ayoko ko pa nga lumapit sa kabaong e.

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    2. Hindi din ako tumitingin sa namatay, except sa tatay ko dati. Buti na lang di na ko gumagamit ng facebook, dahil kahit ayaw mo makakita, wala ka din talagang magagawa.

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  11. Have a heart. Please consider the pain of those left behind every time they see the departed's photo on social media. They will appreciate it more to see photos of happier times than that.

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  12. Simpleng utos di pa masunod. Sang planeta ba galing yang mga pasaway na yan

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  13. Today's episode of It's Showtime was taped last Friday, and tomorrow's episode might be the same case according to expectations of several. If this show returns to live sometime this week, along with It's Showtime family's show of condolences as a group, expect the return of a certain someone.

    Lots of coincidences this past weekend.

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