- Miss Taguig Sandra Lemonon threw shade on social media; saying that they deserve justice and that karma will happen soon
- She said that “real queens, play fair” and said she has more revelations to make
- Shamcey Supsup, the national director of Miss Universe Philippines also posted about accepting defeat with grace and the other true qualities of a true queen
Miss Universe Philippines may have chosen its queen but it looks like controversy is brewing after a pageant contestant posts intriguing statements.
Following the coronation of Rabiya Mateo as Miss Universe Philippines 2020, Miss Taguig Sandra Lemonon throws shade on social media. Sandra quickly became a top trending topic on Twitter just hours after the Miss Universe Philippines coronation. The beauty queen has several intriguing posts on Instagram.
In one post, she alluded that they need justice and that karma will soon come. Sandra wrote, “The truth always comes out. It’s just about timing. Karma is real. Soon. Because we deserve justice.”
Shamcey Supsup, the current national director of Miss Universe Philippines also posted a quote on Instagram story. While she didn’t mention any names, netizens were quick to assume she was pertaining to Sandra’s viral posts.
Shamcey wrote, “To bear defeat with dignity, to accept criticism with poise, to receive honors with humility – these are the marks of a true queen.”
The post may have quickly reached Sandra and the beauty queen didn’t back down and made a reply.
Sandra wrote on Instagram, “Get your tea, Accepting defeat graciously is one mark of being a queen. But what you forgot to say is that real queens, play fair don’t cheat.”
Sandra even hinted she has more revelations to make. She wrote, “Get ready loves. Tomorrow I will be announcing big news. It’s time to speak up.”