After Liza Soberano’s tweets about how unhappy she was about her internet service provider, she was hooked up with internet that was faster and better than what she was experiencing. She tweeted about it later on, thankful for the fix.
The tweet met some backlash from some netizens who were saying that it was probably some advertisement and that she was bragging. She responded by saying she was sorry and that she was just relieved to finally have fast internet that she was paying for.
Converge really needs to start fixing their internet speed. I am an unhappy customer.
— Liza Soberano (@lizasoberano) September 6, 2020
I stumbled upon a few tweets from people who are upset and find my tweet about having fast internet offensive. I’m sorry your telecommunications provider isn’t taking care of your problems. In no way was it my intention to brag. I was just genuinely relieved to finally —-
— Liza Soberano (@lizasoberano) September 9, 2020
It came to her attention later on that a Converge employee had tastelessly made a rape remark about the actress. “Wala tayong magagawa, wala ng trabaho, kaya di bale ng masira ang image, magkapera lang. Sarap ipa-rape sa mga…. ewan!” The employee said, catching Liza’s attention. Instead of letting it slide, Liza took it upon herself to file a criminal complaint against the employee for what her Atty. says is a violation of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.
JUST IN: Actress Liza Soberano files formal criminal case against the netizen who made a 'rape remark'. Liza was accompanied by her manager Ogie Diaz and legal counsel. | via @mjfelipe pic.twitter.com/4Kfhib0lqV
— ABS-CBN News (@ABSCBNNews) September 24, 2020
Since then, Converge has released this statement:
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