Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Liza Soberano Humbly Apologizes for Photo and Comments on 'Black Face,' Thanks Netizens for Educating Her








Images courtesy of Instagram/ Twitter: lizasoberano

284 comments:

  1. Nakakabwisit na rin pagiging snowflake talaga ng iba jusko lahat na lang hinahanapan ng ikakaoffend! Nakakainis!

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    1. Mas mali kasi yung defense ni Liza, maski sya admit nya na talagang naging ignorante sya sa issue. Get educated ka rin sana 1:01

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    2. No this is a real issue you should educate yourself. At liza did admit Her mistake and will try to do better .

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    3. Kapag ikaw na or ang lahi natin ang na-oppress. Mag-iiba tono mo. O

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    4. are you black? no. that’s why your opinion is s nonfactor at this point. you cannot tell who and who should not be offended. you missed the point.

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    5. Liza didn't even need to use Afro wig to look like Mel B, they could've just curled her hair with tight locks and high volume then let her wear leopard skin suit. Same effect without offensive undertones.

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    6. You need to get educated too. Kakahiya ka.

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    7. ang daming hanash ng mga nagmamarunong na pa-woke. Intindihin nyo kasi yung concept at context. Yun bang ginawa ni Liza e, meant to ridicule or mock the culture of black people? mas na-offend pa kayo kesa kay Mel B!!! I'm sure si scary Spice, she wouldn't mind, kasi it is actually a tribute to the Spice Girls. tingin nyo si Mel C, Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, and Emma Bunton, would also raise hell because of that ad? e di ba sila rin ginaya ni Liza dyan? dami nyong alam e. di ko alam bakit kayo ang na-offend, di naman kayo spice girl! duh?

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    8. Nothing offensive with what she said, masyado lang politically correct ang karamihan sa mga tao ngayon. Pag sinabing white facehindi offensive, pero pag black face daming nagrerecact!

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    9. This is why I love this girl Liza! She owns up to her mistakes and humbly apologizes. None of which her contemporaries has the guts to do.

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    10. She is good the way she explain and apologize and talk fluently

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  2. Wala naman mali sa sinabj nya?

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    1. False equivalence ginamit nya. Claiming na hindi lang black people ang pwedeng mag afro. fyi in history kasi white people used afro to demean and ridicule black people. Check images of gollywog by Jim Crow. It's a racist symbol.

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    2. Sayo wala. Sa real world maling mali.You dont use the word black face. Try nyo kse magbabad mag aral kesa comment ng comment ng walang alam.

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    3. Omg, educate yourself Day.

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    4. It's not a big deal it's just she portraying this in her commercial.

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  3. Paki educate din po ako. Ano pala ibig sabihin ng 'black face'? Skin color ba?

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    1. In a way it’s insulting kasi if you want that “ black look”, why not get an actual black person? Why get a model with lighter color then make her black?

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    2. If a non black person purposely wanted to look black like putting on darker shade of foundation. Most black face literally used BLACK foundation to mock.

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    3. Black face, kaartehan ng mga pa woke. Yung di naman issue, ginagawang malaking issue.

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    4. Kaya nga. Ano ba yan?

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    5. Simplehan nalang natin kung hindi ka black ang you tried to be black. Parang pinaitim mo sarili mo dahil you are trying to be black ganun sya. In her case black face talaga yan kung nasa hollywood lang sya for sure nasama na sya sa cancelledt na tinatawag kase she’s trying to be MEL B e black yon.

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    6. 1:03 So black people often get ridiculed for wearing their hair naturally like an Afro but when someone of another race/ethnicity does it, it’s seen as being trendy or edgy. There’s a double standard.

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    7. This is more than that it is deeply rooted into racism and related to black culture. It was made to mock and degrading the black community by their oppressors so yes this is a big deal.but I believe liza made an honest mistake in her replies. Acting like Mel B was not the issue for me. Her replies were but she apologized for it so it is OK.

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    8. ndi po kse tamang gamitin ang black face. Madami po kseng maooffend. Lalo na if youre endorsing huge companies. Ayaw nla ma associate sa celebs na nagbibigay ng comment na ganito

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    9. Blackface is when you dress up as a black person or a person of color. As in super extreme na magppaint ka ng skin mo close to their skin color. I don’t what she did was blackface. She embodied Mel C in a respectful way naman. She didn’t do it to mock her race in any way. Siguro na off sila sa afro wig but that’s part of Mel C’s persona e.

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    10. Offensive yan. Sa Hollywood noon, very rare ang black na artista tapos some white actors paint their faces soot black with white lips and dance around. Even Judy Garland was guilty of this, search mo cya movie is Everybody Sing 1938. Lalo na ngayong Trump era dumami na naman racist, so bad taste talaga.

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    11. 1:33 hindi naman si Liza ung nagsabi ng "black face" ung nag comment un nagsabi nun nireplyan nya lng kaya nasabi nya din ung word na black face kasi hindi pa nya na gets nung una na ganun pala un at nag sorry na sya dapat daw hndi na sya nag reply and she's thankful to everyone educating her about it

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    12. 1:12, Sana bago ka nag-comment ng ganyan. Inaral mo muna yung history ng black face. Liza apologized because what she said is wrong. Not unless, she's not sincere.

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    13. It’s an insult and cultural mockery.

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    14. 1:12 you say “pa-woke” like it’s a negative thing. i understand you love your idol, but this is not your argument, you are not black. black people had been ridiculed for years, and still are - even in the philippines, the aetas or anyone of darker/ mixed ethnicity (whitney tyson, wilma doesnt, etc) look around you. why not be like liza, and get educated?

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    15. 1:59!ok ka din noh?Sige nga, en;ighten me, pano naging racist si Trump? Ang pano sya nasama dito?

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    16. Daming hanash ng mga to. E bakit sila nagpapa straight ng buhok, walang kuda ang iba? Tapos nagpapaputi din sila. Puro kaartehan. 2019 na ngayon, di na tulad dati na rampant ang oppression ng mga african america. Ang dami nga nilang sikat sa hollywood e.

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  4. This is the girl I stan ❤️

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  5. the more woke these people act, the more shallow they become. just sayin

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    1. Baka ikaw ang shallow? Kasi hindi mo tinatry tignan yung bigger picture ng issue, puro artista na lang nasa utak mo

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    2. You're the one who's shallow if you can't understand the issue. Educate yourself.

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    3. You just don’t want to educate yourself so you insult those who do. That’s the shallowest it can get, just sayin

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    4. Mas shallow naman sambahin yung idol mo maski mali sila.

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  6. I don’t get the hate as she didn’t even do blackface? People are just so sensitive nowadays. She shouldn’t have even responded to these bashers, all they want is attention.

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    1. Her answers were very lacking. Saying that afros do not belong To any ethnic group is wrong.but she apologized so that's OK.

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    2. Her answers were ignorant but she did own her mistakes so..

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  7. Her response was very tone deaf. I mean that’s what happens when you’ve been able to benefit off your whiteness for so many years. Seems to still have a lot of learning and growing up to do.

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    1. 1:06 No need for you to say that she still has a lot of learning to do, because she already said that herself. People nowadays, can’t even get past the mistake even if the person has already apologized. Tsk tsk.

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  8. Wala nman mali sa comment ni Liza. Natural ginaya nya si Mel B. Spice Girls actually.

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    1. Her second was reverse racism does not exit and she used that cares with white chicks but que apoloziged so that's OK.

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    2. Hay naku, you are embarrassing yourself. Educate yourself now na.

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  9. Well, mali din kasi ang response ni Liza. One, there’s no such thing as white oppression or reverse racism as what she tried to justify. Second, calling it a “costume” is offensive for it is part of the black culture. The afro hair is part of the black culture and having a white woman do it is a cultural appropriation. Si kendall jenner nga nabatikos dahil nag afro sa isang magazine

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    1. She dressed up as all 5 of the Spice Girls with different wigs and attires.

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  10. This is what I like about Liza. She knows when she makes mistakes and is not ashamed to admit it. She corrects herself and learn from it. Be more careful na lang next time, iha, but I applaud you for accepting criticism and being level headed.

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  11. Actually, nung nakita ko sa commercial na nag afro siya. Napa “yikes” talaga ako. Mejo sensitive talaga yan eh

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    1. Huh? Pwede ba, wag OA yang pa-woke nyo, nagiging negative na. Sana tignan nyo intentions, hindi lang yung action. Hindi namam nyan niriridicule yung black people or culture, it's just the way MEL is, mas offensive naman siguro kung iportray nya sya as white person. And please, stop telling other people to educate themselves, kayo aside from bekng educated, use your commkn sense din to discern what is offensive and what is not.

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  12. The post is harmless, but I’ll admit her second response wasn’t the best, I can see how it can be offensive despite her not intentionally meaning to do so. But the fact that she apologized and admitted needing to learn more about the subject speaks HIGHLY of herπŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ» Others in her position would’ve never!

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    1. ang off lang talaga sakin is yung kailangan pang mag name drop just to prove a point.

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    2. Wrong ka. Both are wrong and not acceptable.

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  13. Masyado ba akong walang alam sa 'black face' kaya di ko gets ang issue? Kung ano man yan, I admire her for owning up to her mistake (whatever it is).

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    1. Basa-basa ka pa girl. Get some education.

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    2. 2:28 I don’t think by saying that to 1:08 would make you more educated. Nothing negative or wrong with her statement but here you are trying to feel superior. Yabang Mo.

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  14. Glad she admitted her mistake. What she did or her make up artist did was indeed black face. And comparing the movie White Chicks to cultural appropriation just aint it. I dunno what came to her mind to even compare that. They couldve pulled off a Spice Girls parody without blackface, the Scary Spice hairstyle was a give away anyway. I hope her fans educated her too, not just netizens because her reasoning it out with White Chicks is just plain dumb of her.

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  15. Gusto ko ang batang to. Pinalaki ng maayos. Marunong magpakumbaba.

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    1. Wala na syang magagawa eh sa dami ng nag nega comment.

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    2. Mismo ang di ko gusto yung magtatangol na mga faney na wa naman alam . Nagmamarung pa

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  16. It's a sensitive theme that needs a sensitive understanding. It's quite hard to process but not really if you try to understand where they're coming from. Just be more understanding of the sensitivity of such kind of themes. I think Liza raised her point so if some disapproves it, there's nothing she can do about it.

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  17. ginaya lang naman ni Liza yung itsura ni Mel B racist na agad for black people?! yung ibang members din ng spice girls ginaya nya itsura eh... so pag nag costume ka as black person racist ka na nyan?! OA lang masyado mga pa-woke. wala naman sense

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    1. Yes it does when you are NOT black in the first place. Same like a black will desguise himself as an asian or white person. Learn the differences.

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    2. You never learn ba? Can’t you educate yourself.

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    3. 2:19 by your logic, MJ was a black person who had a skin disease so he whitened it to conceal the skin disease. Anyone who impersonates MJ is at fault at cultural appropriation since he is black. Those caucasian white people who dress like MJ on holloween are at fault too. Can't people find some ground to not get offended easily?

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    4. 11:15 we are talking grimming your face here. When your white and using a dark tone is blackface. MJ was black but as you said become white for some reason. People dress as him did not have to change the color to match the character because he was already white. You need to understand first what blackface is really is before saying that. But I agree this subject is sensitive enough and whe need to find a fine line about it.

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  18. Nakakaloka si Liza. Icompare ba naman sa White Chicks! Its like saying "white racism" exists lol

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    1. Exactly day! Naku reverse racism doesn't exist! Liza is so ignorant with that comment!

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    2. Sorry na siya pwede mo na bang patawarin?

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    3. Nag-sorry na te. Inacknowledge ang pagkakamali at humingi ng paumanhin. Puntahan ka pa ba nya sa bahay nyo at magbigay ng bulaklak?

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    4. Nagsorry na pero ang fans nya mismo ang nag iingay. Educate yourselves, people! Ang mali ay mali.

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  19. Blackface i think pertains to making you look darker than you are to make you look like you are black or african american . I think the commercial besides made her seem darker plus the wig so yeah.

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    1. It’s mocking the black culture and look.

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    2. Susko mocking na agad??? Eh ginaya nga di ba? So dapat afro.na lang? Without the "black face"? Pano malalaman

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  20. If an ad like this was shown in America it would be a huge controversy but because it’s here in the Philippines, people don’t seem to grasp how problematic it is.

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    1. True, pinas is still very very ignorant when it comes to proper behaviour.

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    2. hindi naman kasi natin shared history ang racial discrimination/black slavery mga baks so wag nyong asahan na magrebolusyon ang nga nasa kanayunan dahil sa ad ni liza. hindi nakakarelate ang majority ng mga pinoys sa black-white issue sa amerika. simple as that!

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  21. Cant win talaga sa mga e-wokes. Hindi naman siya nag make-up ng skin. Just the hair and the outfit. Sana may suggestion sila paano mag-portray ng Mel B without the hair.

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    1. I think she made it worse by claiming it's ok because Wayans brothers used white wigs to pretend to be white girls. That's false equivalence because wearing afro if you're not black has always been a symbol for racism especially in the US and UK. Google nyo Jim Crow at Golliwog.

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    2. Anong hindi nagmake up? So ganyan ba talaga kaitim si Liza in real life? Duh!

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    3. Don’t advertise your ignorance please. Read more and understand the historical context of the problem.

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    4. Racist yung ginawa nya girl. Nakaka asar pag kinokorek ka sasabihan ka ng pa 'woke' ayaw ma enlighten kaya na iistuck tayo kasi backwards mag isip. Di mo naga grasp yung impact nyan sa black people kasi di mo alam kung ano yung history nila. Racist na nga pagtatangol pa lol racist ka din ba?

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    5. Dami pa din hanash ng iba nagsorry na nga.

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    6. 2:06 there are are bts pics of that look, hindi siya kinulayan, dinaan sa lighting/editing kaya her color looks darker, she only wear wig

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    7. 2:06 gurl try to search for the bts photos. Hindi sya pinaitim. I think its the lighting that makes her appear to have dark skin besides Liza isnt even that fair. She has this olive skin color. Mas maputi pa ata ibang pinoy na artista kesa sa kanya

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  22. Itong mga commenter na iba sorry ha.. minsan Utak talangka din no? Lahat pinupuna. Know it all na Lang! Osige na kayo na Matalino.

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    1. And you don't know enough. Their comments were valid.liza did understand it why not you?

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    2. Well, you are right, they are more educated than you.

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    3. 1:18 don't blame others for your own ignorance

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  23. Please before anyone comments na ang sensitive ng mga tao re black face, pls know that it is universally considered as unacceptable, and to please check your racism.

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    1. magrally kayo don sa mga bars na ngpapalbas ng diana ross, whitney houston etc . People today are too sensitive.
      I remember i read an article regarding kendal jenner wearing a cornrows hairstyle some people are furious but who did her hair? The locals who are black people.

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    2. 1:48 you are a. Perfect example of someone who willl even double down on their ignorance smh

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  24. Liza dear, ndi kana lng sana nagcomment. Learn more about cultural approriation.

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    1. Yes. White privelege is strong on her comment. haha! Akala ko pa naman aware siya sa ganyan.

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    2. 1:41 keber daw basta inglesera ka dito sa pinas matalino ka na.

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    3. 1:27 at 1:41 kaya nga nag sorry na sya diba sabi nya she's still educating herself about it diba nga? and that she's thanking to everyone educating her sa comments.

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  25. Lahat na lang issue, pero noong si Obama nagbarong pde eh hindi naman sya pinoy. So mali lahat nung sumali sa Your Face Sounds Familiar? So yung TNT Boys na nag destiny's child offensive yun?

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    1. Good pointπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† Too many snowflakes nowadays. Pa woke masyado. Lisa didn’t have to apologize.

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    2. OMG. Ang layo ng comparison mo kay Obama. First of all he did not pretend to be Pinoy by wearing that barong.

      Yes, mali yung ginawa ng YFSF at TNT Boys.

      Actually, Pinoy ang number offender ng black face/ cultural misappropriation, it's just that nobody calls it out kasi ignorant sa ganyang mga bagay ang Pilipino.

      Kailangan pala ng colored model bakit si Liza pa? Ang dami namang maitim sa Pilipinas? Oh wait? because dark color is not pretty kaya hindi rin nakukuhang artista? Kaya laklak ng laklak ng gluta ang ang mga artista? Haha.

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    3. Did Obama wears it as a costume or as tribute?learn the differences between saying such things .you appear ignorant.

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    4. Tribute is subjective dear. So if Liza claims it is as a tribute to Spice
      girls pde na? Tsaka black person ba ung nagcallout? Eh pinoy din naman

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    5. Please educate yourselves. Very sensitive topic yan, black people naging slaves sa America for a very long time, tinratong hayop, properties, workhorses, they were mocked, threatened. Until now discriminated pa rin sila so big no-no yan.

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    6. Ang layo ng comparison mo. Read a book and study history so you don’t make a fool of yourself. Shunga mo 1:29.

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    7. You are wrong and you don’t make sense. Barong was given to all head of state , not just Obama, to wear for the occasion.

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    8. 1:40 buong spice girls ung ginaya nya sa commercial sya lahat ang gumanap nun panoodin mo hindi lng si Mel B. ginaya nya pano yun iskip nya dapat si Mel B ?

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    9. 2:24 the commercial itself was problematic for this simple reason the creatives should have thought about this possible backlash.

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    10. Commercial kase yan ni Liza malamang siya talaga andiyan lol

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    11. 1:29 Ang ignorante lang ng comment. Basa basa rin kasi pag May time wag yung puro Twitter lang.

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    12. Yes yan din ang naisip ko. Kung gusto nila ibrought out yang issue na ganito they couldve brought it out during YFSF. Dun pa lang pinapaitim and nagaafro wig din sila. And dont comeback at me saying na they are just portraying or immitating the artist coz parehas lang ng lagay kay lisa. I have watched that commercial on tv and i just see at dressing up as spice girls. Parang nag halloween custome lang na spice girl ang peg.

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    13. Yes yan din ang naisip ko. Kung gusto nila ibrought out yang issue na ganito they couldve brought it out during YFSF. Dun pa lang pinapaitim and nagaafro wig din sila. And dont comeback at me saying na they are just portraying or immitating the artist coz parehas lang ng lagay kay lisa. I have watched that commercial on tv and i just see at dressing up as spice girls. Parang nag halloween custome lang na spice girl ang peg.

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    14. Ang daming mamaru, educate ourselves, eh kayo? Aside from educating yourselves, sana gumamit din kayo ng common sense para isipin kung ano ba offensive and hindi. Spice Girls are already iconic figures, and wala masama kung iportray sila, lalo na kung it was tastefully done. Di naman hinamak or katawatawa ang pagprotray kay mel.

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  26. Patolera talaga xa noh πŸ˜‚

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  27. Oooops!! Wrong move! Wrong choice of word! Sira ang career!

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  28. Afro hair is part of the black community’s culture, and using it as a costume (especially by a white person) is offensive

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    1. Sus lahat nalang nakakaoffend

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    2. She is portraying Mel B of the Spice Girls so paano nya gagayahin if she doesn't wear afro?

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    3. 2:22 the concept itself was problematic because of this issue.creatives were at fault here.liza mistake were hercomments but she did apologized so that's OK.

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  29. Who uses “black face” OMG Liza!! Goodluck sa mga endorsements mo!

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    1. It was the basher who used black face, she just replied. Haist people nowadays, lahat na lang issue.

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  30. She should have not answered at all. Big turnoff for such a sweet and innocent looking girl.

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  31. I understand black face, pero parang d naman sya pina itim, parang yung hair lng nya naman....or pina itim den ba face nya? d ko makita sa picture e

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    1. Baks... the hair, Afro, cultural appropriation yan. They're very sensitive about that.

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    2. The intent is still apparent.

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  32. Before people read as OA. Liza comment and especially her last reply was ignorant and offensive.reverse racism doesn't exit and yes afros are calling afro for a reason so it does belong to a particular ethnic group.

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  33. Liza dear, you cannot convince everyone to understand your point. Of all people you should be the one to know how this kind of theme affect people. It's not just a sensitive topic, it's highly inappropriate in today's time. That's all.

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    1. That’s why she said sorry and will educate herself from this point on. Geez. Nobody can redeem themselves anymore πŸ™„

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    2. 1:40 One day, when you do make a mistake and apologize for it, I hope people will highlight your mistake, rub it in, and refuse to accept your apology. So many perfect people in this world. Tsk.

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  34. ang sensitive masyado... liza doesnt mock any race naman eh... wala bang choice ang iba to make their hair curly, make their skin darker etc? lahat na lang ba dapat gawing issue?

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    1. Yung response niya ang off. Dapat hindi na siya nag-comment. But that face is inapproriate talaga. Pwede namang hindi na siya nagkulay ng mukha. Costume na lang.

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    2. Please, educate yourself bago ka kumuda.

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    3. Her comments were ignorant and bit offensive she knows it so that's why she apologized .

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    4. Haaaah, palusot ka pa.

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    5. well race is a sensitive issue and Liza's reply proved that she is ignorant and might have underlying race issues herself.

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    6. true. Yung mga black nga ang hilig mag wig and magpastraight ng buhok. May narinig ba sila? wala

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    7. 2:37 do you even know why black people are doing that in the first place ?because they were discriminate for centuries because of their skin color and hair texture so that's why to fit they have to use "white"methods. Educated yourself please.

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  35. Ay sana Liza, no comment ka na lang. May pag ka bishy yung reply mo eh mali ka naman.

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  36. Nothing is wrong with the post itself, it’s just her responses that were ignorant. but she apologized and admitted her mistakes. She just needs to learn how to ignore her bashers.

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  37. Bakit kasi kailangan pang paitimin siya? Costume lang as Mel B enough na.

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  38. No offense but the way Liza answered and explained at first was a testament about her lack of educated on this matter. Glad she apologized but doesn't change the fact that if she wasn't bashed, her real thoughts about this lies on her initial replies.

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  39. Wow di naman to issue dati bakit issue ngayon? Seryoso ba talaga to? BAKIT LAHAT NG KIBOT NG TAO MAY SAY ANG MAMAMAYAN. I kennat. Parang mas galit pa 'yung iba or naoffend pa 'yung di naman black kaysa sa totoong black. Juice ko may mapuna lang talaga

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    1. No every black you could offended by it. These issues are really sensitives and deeply rooted in the US or even Europe this kind of Ad will be a huge scandal I guarantee you

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  40. Hindi na siya dapat pumapatol sa ganyan,kakaloka

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  41. black face is when u paint ur face black just for fun or for insult. people being bronzed or blackened for a role or project that r obviously not intended to demean african people isnt blackface. like the kids or celebs who imitated black singers in Your Face Sounds Familiar didnt do black face. sana magets ng mga pa woke na ignorante

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    1. Get educated please it WAS blackface. A NON black pertaining to a black person is doing a black face.

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  42. It's very wrong. Liza should know better. She should have just apologized and admit she's still less educated about this. Her explaination symbolizes why people need to start being sensitive about these things. Education is the key. It should start with you, Liza.

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    1. @2:00 do you know how to read? Cuz if you did you’d see that she did apologize and admitted she was wrongπŸ™ƒ

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    2. Nag apologized na db?

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    3. And she knows that. Kaya nga sya nagapologize di ba? And kaya nga sya nagpasalamat na tinuruan sya?

      Gawd you people! Masyado kayong mahuhusay!

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    4. Nag apologize na nga di ba?

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    5. Kaya nga nag sorry na di ba ano pang gusto mong sabihin niya? Gusto mo personal apology to you for misappropriating black culture that you personally take offense ganun po ba??

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  43. Yup blackface is racist. Pero di naman nya alam and nagapologize sya. Yung may mali dito yung magazine na gumawa nyan.

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  44. Mali pa nga nga term yung basher hindi Black face kundi black fishing ang tawag. To be honest Wala naman mali even shows here sa US makikita yan.

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    1. Nasa US ka ba talaga te? Because they will never let something like this pass. Wag ka na magpanggap te halatang halata ka. Madefend lang idol mo.

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    2. Anong show? Eh malaking issue ang black face sa America. Big No No ka or else deads yung show mo.

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  45. Kendall Jenner was criticized for wearing an afro hair for a magazine shoot

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  46. she admitted her mistake, apologized for it.. that’s why i love her

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  47. She just wore afro to portray Mel B. Walang black face. So pano nya gagayahin si mel b?

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    1. The afro wig and her responses which were off are the issue here. It is not blackface but blackfishing.

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  48. Nakakatawa lang, kasi bakit hindi siya nag-wig ng red head para gayahin si Ginger Spice?

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    1. red ang hair nya te for ginger spice di mo ba nakita? duh

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  49. Pero yung blond hair nya as baby spice walang comment yung wokes. Selective talaga kayo

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    1. Kasi te walang reverse racism! Nagegets ba niyang utak mo yun?! Whites were never oppressed the way blacks were and still are. Cultural appropriation means stealing the culture of the people na inoppress, tapos they were mocked because of that very same culture na ninakaw sa kanila. Gets mo na? Kelan na experience ng mga white yan aber? Kelan sila minock on a systematic level ng dahil sa looks nila? Napaka ignorante mo nakakairita.

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  50. Magsitigil nga kayo unang una di naman tayo Amerikano para maging issue yan. Mga hangups ng Western Culture dinadala nyo dito. Ang dami nyong issue. Hindi naman kayo Black American or African kung makapagreklamo. Ni wala namang minock si Liza. Susme. Facts over Feelings tayo mga bakla.

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    1. Hindi mo kailangan maging Americano para maging sensitive. Yung mga taong gaya mo ang dahilan kung bakit hanggang ngayon, mina-mock ang maiitim sa atin. May aeta tayo, enough para maging aware tayo sa discrimination

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    2. Your comment reeks of privilege. Porket wala tayo sa west okay lang maging offensive? So wala na pakelamanan mg bansa ganun ba te?

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    3. 2:16 i remember one korean variety show na ginawang katatawanan ang pananamit ng mga native americans. Guess what? Laking issue niya. Hiningian pa sila ng public apology. Good thing kumabig ang idol mo. Remember, second strike na niya to. Remember the immigrant and refugee thing?

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    4. Mabuti na lang mabait etong batang eto hindi naman malaking kasalanan pero nag apologize napaka salbahe nung nagcomment siya yung maparushan ng may kapal

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  51. Walang kaligayan mga taung ito, wala ng ginawa kundi maghanap ng nega, kagagaling din naman, puro masasamang ugali naman

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  52. cultural appropriation, cultural misrepresentation, racism, white privilege, third gender equality, religion etc - these are just examples of topics that i dont engage in becasue they only make everything complicated and make people fight. simply NO ONE owns anything. we are all made up of 23 pairs of chromosomes (except with aneuploidy) and when you die the texture of your hair or the color of your skin or your religious belief or your gender does not matter because we will all rot so dont be overly sensitive about it

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    1. Ohh that's sweet you must live in wonderland to think like that because in real life these issues are real.black people are fighting these everyday and get stigmatize just for their skin color so your speech is really dumb.

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    2. 2:23 and you speaking for Black People is offensive. You think they can't voice out their opinion? Not all Black People think the same, so unless you are Black then you don't have any business telling everyone how they feel. Assuming Black People are offended is racist.

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    3. wow how disconnected and privileged that you have the option to not engage in these conversations. must be nice. you do not get to decide on how other people take this. to say that we are all the same to oppressed people (in any aspect) and poor people? that’s the same arguments that oppressors use to dismiss the oppressed. “equality”, yeah SUUUURE. you have it sweet.

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  53. People nowadays stress themselves with anything and everything under the sun. The girl apologized, what else do you need from her? A lot of immature fans on social media especially twitter are dragging her name to the ground like she did a mortal sin. People, its a harmless comment. Yes, it was insensitive in her part. I am Liza’s fan and I can admit that it was insensitive of her to answer that no good basher but she owned up to it. She apologized. Get a freaking life! I’m pretty sure you all are just making a big deal out of this situation as well because she’s freaking Liza Soberano. Do your research, go back to other celebrities who literally did “black face” before before you castigate this person because she was just given a task for her TV ad.

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    1. 2:55 for every action there's an equal and opposite reaction. For every comment, there will be a response and so on and so forth. Just like you, anybody who wants to comment will comment. Can I also tell you" get a life"? Nasa democratic country tayo, malayang palitan ng kuro Kuro. Bakit mo hahadlangan ang ibang magbigay ng kanilang stand sa isyung ito. Kung walang nag comment hindi nya malalaman na mali at nakakasakit ang ginawa nya. So dapat ba tumigil na lang dahil nag sorry ang idol mo? Dapat nga matuwa ka at May bago kang learnings, but i guess your idol can't do wrong.

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    2. 2:55 for every action there's an equal and opposite reaction. For every comment, there will be a response and so on and so forth. Just like you, anybody who wants to comment will comment. Can I also tell you" get a life"? Nasa democratic country tayo, malayang palitan ng kuro Kuro. Bakit mo hahadlangan ang ibang magbigay ng kanilang stand sa isyung ito. Kung walang nag comment hindi nya malalaman na mali at nakakasakit ang ginawa nya. So dapat ba tumigil na lang dahil nag sorry ang idol mo? Dapat nga matuwa ka at May bago kang learnings, but i guess your idol can't do wrong.

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    3. Andaming triggered sa kanya.Kakaiinggit naman kasi this girl hahahhaha. And dun sa commenters who wishes her downfall, hay naku na lang hahhahaha. Message to myself "educate yourself!" charot!

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    4. Big Correct. Maraming tao kasi kung magreact as if its a big crime yung ginawa ni liza come on she just doing a commercial na kailangan niyang gawin.

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  54. Honestly, There's nothing wrong w/ Liza's post..gusto lang talaga hanapan ng iba ng masamang meaning..lahat na lang binigyan ng negative interpretation!

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  55. To anyone accusing Liza of doing “black face”, you guys must be color blind because she did not make her face darker at all! All she did to portray Mel B was put on a wig!

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  56. Saw the commercial and she didn't do black face. However, her comments regarding black face and cultural appropriation is ignorant. But that's all it is, ignorance. So I'm glad she apologized and expressed that she is still learning about issues like this. More concerned that ad agencies here still don't have memos NOT TO DO BLACK FACE IN THEIR CAMPAIGNS.

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  57. Problema kay Liza, mahilig siya sumagot sa comments without assessing the situation first. The liability wasn't hers in the first place, coz IDK how this concept went thru several marketing and still got a heads up. Pero her defending it was what got her in trouble

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  58. Oh please. Stop being offended for other people. This is so out of hand and annoying.

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  59. ilang beses pa ba magiging ignorante at tactless si liza regarding different issues... and then she'll get away with it kasi "maganda sya" he he he he

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  60. She did black face. Sa mga culturally ignorant, magbasa muna kayo before making 'pa woke' comments. Id rather be awake than stupid. Blackface is when you try to look black, paint your face black plus wear an afro. Blackface is meant to degrade the black skin color lalo na before. And yes, blacks can mimick white girls as much as they can call themselves the "n" word but if any other race calls them that then it is offensive. Blacks were at one point the most racially discriminated color. Wag feeling inosente ang iba dito, you all even discriminate kulay natin na kayumanggi, and because Liza is white and pretty you put her beauty on the top and put down the rest.

    Even the way Liza answered was full of attitude, ang yabang. The white chicks movie is racist as well pero whats her point? Na she can do the same thing without being called for.

    Her apology is a nice gesture but I can tell she is just alarmed na maraming nabwisit sa comments nya. Alam na, ayaw madumihan ang santang image. But cant stand the fact she thinks this was not blackface at all.

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  61. Liza is a big patola, ang nakakahiya pa mali mali naman ang rebuttal nya sa comments. Sya ang feeling 'pawoke'. Ay, siempre ok lang yan sa mga fans ni Liza kasi whitewashed naman sila eh. Oh google what is whitewash ha. Educate ang sarili sa cultural themes, hindi puro hanga sa ganda lang. πŸ˜‚

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  62. Whats with people nowadays, ang daming sobrang sensitive and pa-woke effect. FYI, she’s portraying Mel B, so paano magiging realistic yung portrayal if she cant look like Mel B! Wag kayo masyadong maarte at sensitive, because truth be told, ang mga Pinoy ay obsessed sa pagpapaputi! Kahit morena ka pa, wish you pa rin na fair-skinned morena, and not too dark!

    Ang aarte ha.

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  63. The more people try to sound intelligent, the more they come off as stupid. The internet is a toxic stupid place to be

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  64. Alam si LiZa nalang nkikita nila buhok lng ang sinuot ni Liza na kulot ang balat di naman pinaitim laking issues sabagay sikat siya ehh ang iba inggit lng masyado

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  65. the fact that she called "Mel B" look as a costume screams of so much ignorance... very much like her 'sinigang' comment. ganda lang tlg.

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  66. Dito talaga ako naguguluhan. May mga idol tayo na Black at gusto talaga natin sila gayahin at buhok talaga nila ang focal point nila. Kaya paano yun?

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  67. Kasi naman pinatulan pa

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  68. Mali sagot niya pero nag-apologized naman siya,pero mas maganda di na lang niya pinatulan,ayan tuloy....

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  69. It was actually Liza's comment that made this a big deal. She should have just ignored it.

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