Here's how Moira dela Torre responded to 'mamatay ka na' comment of basher

Anne Marielle Eugenio
PUBLISHED June 8, 2018 01:08 pm
Instagram/@moirarachelle

(Inside Manila) No matter how talented artists are, they will always have critics who will always see their bad side. Moira dela Torre, for instance, did not escape the negative and hurtful comments of her basher.


In an Instagram post, the "Tagpuan" hit-maker shared that someone messaged her with "Ang daming mas magaling sa'yo, mamatay ka na laos ka na." She was not prepared for the mean comment.





 


Someone messaged me "ang daming mas magaling sa'yo, mamatay ka na laos ka na" and tbh i wasn't ready for it and almost cried until I realized... comparison, hate, bashers only have power when I give them power. ‪I know very well that there are so many other people who are IMMENSELY more talented and more deserving than I am, but that only makes me even more grateful to be given what i have now. Posting this bec I know that in my time on this platform, I want to be someone who lifts others up, who can show people that we can shine without pulling others down and that we could all do our part in celebrating others, knowing that God has wonderful plans for each one and that He created a world big enough for all of us.🌻


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She almost cried but she held her ground because he doesn't want to give bullies power over her.


"I know very well that there are so many other people who are IMMENSELY more talented and more deserving than I am, but that only makes me even more grateful to be given what I have now," she wrote.


Moira added that she wants to use her platform to lift others up and show people that they can "shine without pulling others down".


"We could all do our part in celebrating others, knowing that God has wonderful plans for each one and that He created a world big enough for all of us," she said.

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