- A netizen called Min Bernardo irresponsible for allowing Kathryn to have kissing scenes with Alden Richards
- Min: “Ang pagiging NANAY ko ay huwag mong questionin kasi madami kang hindi alam”
- KathNiel and AlDub fans have denied boycotting “Hello, Love, Goodbye”
Min Bernardo had just slammed a netizen who called her an irresponsible mother for allowing her daughter Kathryn to have kissing scenes with actor Alden Richards.
The netizen who identified herself as a KathNiel fan (the love team of Kathryn and Daniel Padilla) said, “Kasi naman bilang nanay hindi man lang nirespeto boyfriend ng anak at pinayagang makipagl
aplap an sa ibang lalaki anak niya. ‘Yan ba ang sinasabi niyong role model?”
[As a mother, she didn’t even give respect to her daughter’s boyfriend and allowed her to kiss another man. Is that what you call a role model?]
Min was apparently irked over the netizen’s comment and so she told her not to question her being a mother since she doesn’t know anything.
“Part ka ba ng creative? Malamang hindi. Ang kinakalat mong kuwento ay taliwas sa story.” [Are you part of the creative? Apparently, no. The story you are spreading is contrary to the story.]
Kath’s mother added that the netizen, when she becomes a parent, may she become a role model. When that time comes, they could talk.
“Ang pagiging NANAY ko ay huwag mong questionin kasi madami kang hindi alam. Sana kung maging magulang ka na, maging isa kang huwaran. Then tsaka mo ako balikan at kausapin.”
The issue started after the alleged kissing scenes between Kathryn and Alden in their upcoming film “Hello, Love, Goodbye” which will be shown in cinemas nationwide by July 31.
The movie narrates the story of Overseas Filipino Workers Joy and Ethan who are based in Hongkong; both struggling to choose between pursuing their love for each other or pursuing their respective dreams.
KathNiel and AlDub (the love team of Alden and Maine Mendoza) have denied boycotting the film.
Watch Hello, Love Goodbye‘s official trailer below: