Sue Ramirez Blasts People Over Edited Photos with Maris Racal

Sue Ramirez didn’t mince words when she posted about the manipulated photos of her and Maris Racal currently spreading online. In her Instagram posts, she condemned the actions of the people who were involved in creating and sharing the edited pictures and also pleaded to followers to not believe everything they see on the Internet.

“Repost ko lang ulit tong mga picture na to para hindi kayo NATATA**A sa fake news,” she began on her post in which she shared the original photos. “Ayoko na sanang magsalita pero ginagambala niyo ang katahimikan ng buhay ko. Umayos kayo.”

 

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“Wag basta bastang naniniwala sa mga nakikita online. HINDI KAYO PINALAKING UTO UTO. Pls lang. Sumosobra na kayo,” she continued. “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 then continued expressing her rage in another post, calling the photo manipulators “disgusting” as she asked help from her followers to help her stop this culture of sexual abuse towards women.

“Sa 8.1M followers ko, nakikiusap ako sainyo. 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. HINDI NA TAMA ITO. Masyado na kayong nawiwili sa mga panggagago niyo samin. AYOKO NANG MANAHIMIK. ABUSADO KAYO.”

Maris Racal likewise spoke up about the fake photos in a tweet.

“There’s an edited photo of Sue and I spreading online. Kung sino man ang nag edit nun, wala kang utak. Itigil na ang pambabababoy ng katawan ng mga babae. Pagaari namin ‘to. 2021 na, manyak ka pa rin? Magbago na,” she said.

ABS-CBN Network has released an official statement regarding the edits and assures the public that they will pursue legal action against those who will continue to spread and replicate said photos online.

“Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect, even on social media,” they wrote.

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