Netizens Burns Leah Navarro for Criticizing Pres. Duterte's Action on Various Conflicts in the Philippines


Netizens took to social media and defended Pres. Rody Duterte from one of his basher, the former singer Leah Navarro who criticized the President on his actions regarding the conflicts in Marawi, the ASG and NPA attacks from various parts of the country.



Leah Navarro even suggested that maybe the President was just sleeping, as our people suffer. The statement of

The controversial former singer Leah Navarro, a known Dilawan and supporter of losing presidential bet Mar Roxas posted the following on Twitter:

"Maute in Marawi; BIFF in Cotabato; ASG and NPA attacks abound. What's Duterte doing? Sleeping, as our people suffer."


The statement of Leah Navarro on Twitter did not sit well among the supporters of Pres. Rody Duterte who came to rescue and burned down the statement released by Leah Navarro on social media.

One of the supporter of Pres. Rody Duterte replied to Leah Navarro's statement by asking "What was your PNoy doing in his term against those you mentioned? Playing playstation? Duterte is cleaning up previous administration's mess."


Here's Some of the Reactions from Netizens Regarding Leah Navarro's Statement:

Robe Gabuelo: She already suffered 3rd to 4th degree burn manhid na yan...patay na nga blood vessels....wala nang sensation

Mark Lopez: Ang tigas din ng mukha nyang Leah na yan ano eh sino ba nagpabaya para lumakas ang mga Maute NPA BIFF?!!!

James Garlitos: This old hag just won't stop yakking. She will be needing a year supply of ointments for always getting burned. Good Lord, somebody help her!

Ging Bajai Garcia: ano ba position nitong matandang Leah na 'to?? Auditor??!! nanggigigil na 'ko, ha?! sasapatusin ko na yan! Sobra na talagang papansin ampotek!! Grrrrrrrr.

Source: Twitter / Facebook



Netizens Burns Leah Navarro for Criticizing Pres. Duterte's Action on Various Conflicts in the Philippines Netizens Burns Leah Navarro for Criticizing Pres. Duterte's Action on Various Conflicts in the Philippines Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 6/21/2017 Rating: 5

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