The photo, which censored the top and bottom parts of their body, turned out to be the two actresses in two-piece swimsuits, as Ramirez posted on Instagram.
“Repost ko lang ulit tong mga picture na to para hindi kayo NATATANGA sa fake news. Ewan ko ba kung anong dahilan at pinuputakte niyo kami ng ganito,” she wrote. “Wag ko lang mahanap ang nagpapakalat ng kung ano-anong katarantaduhan na to.”
Ramirez said she chose to stay silent about the issue, at first. However, the photos have placed such a great disturbance in her life that she had to make a statement about it.
“Ayoko na sanang magsalita pero ginagambala niyo ang katahimikan ng buhay ko. Umayos kayo. AT WAG TANGA PLS. Wag basta bastang naniniwala sa mga nakikita online. HINDI KAYO PINALAKING UTO UTO. Pls lang,” she said.
She concluded the post by asking people who see the photo to not spread it any longer.
“Sumosobra na kayo. Sa mga nakakatanggap ng picture, siguro naman may delikadesa at respeto kayo enough to know na dapat hindi na kumalat pa ang PAMBABABOY na ito.” she said.
In another post, Ramirez called out the original source and the people who keep on sharing the fake photo.
“NAKAKADIRI KA. SA LAHAT NG NAGSHARE NETO AT SA DEMONYO SA LUPA NA GUMAWA AT NAG EDIT NG KABABUYAN NA TO, NAKAKATAWA BA TO PARA SAINYO?!!!!” she exclaimed.
She called upon her 8.1 million followers for help in ending the culture that she described as demoralizing for women.
“Tulungan niyo ako na matapos na ang kulturang ito. Kulturang bumababoy sa mga kababaihan. Kulturang MAPANIRA. Kulturang KASUKLAM-SUKLAM,” she said. “THIS CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE. Sa nakakaalam kung san nagsimula ito, pls contact me through DM. Help me get to the bottom of this.”
Ramirez ended her tirade by saying she is putting an end to being silent as such an act is not the right thing to do.
“HINDI NA TAMA ITO. Masyado na kayong nawiwili sa mga panggagago niyo samin. AYOKO NANG MANAHIMIK. ABUSADO KAYO.” she concluded.
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