Grieving Bretman Rock asks for privacy from his Pinoy fans; requests them to not show up at his father's funeral for photo ops

Accept our condolences, Bretman.

PHOTOS: @bretmanrock on Instagram

Accept our condolences, Bretman.

Filipino online sensation Bretman Rock seems to take offense when some of his fans crashed the funeral of his father to take photos with him.

In his November 21 tweet, the obviously distrought makeup tutorial YouTuber asked for the people showing up at his home without permission to stop doing so and let him mourn in private.

"Can people just let me be sad for onces...," the Hawaii-based vlogger said in his tweet. "I’m here in the Philippines for my dad who just passed, don’t come to my house and ask me for pictures.. so many people showed up to my dads funeral uninvited and started taking pics of my dad and my family.”

"I just don’t understand why people think it’s okay to ask me for pictures when my eyes are literally swollen from crying ... how you you gonna say “condolences , can we take a picture ?” he added.

It was on November 5 when he shared about the condition of his father on socia media after a fan asked him why he did not post any photos on Instagram that day.

The beauty vlogger responded to the question and said: "I just found out my dad is in a critical condition and is in acoma now... sorry I’m just kinda taken back and taking time for myself and family!!" 

He also posted a photo of him on Instagram crying.


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"I just wanted to document these pics of me crying... to remind y’all that it’s okay to cry," Bretman said in his post. "Bad bitches can cry too."

Just a few days ago, Bretman dedicated The Beauty Influencer of 2019 Award, given by E! channel, he received to his late father.



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