Filipino defended a fellow Filipino delivery man against a Chinese woman gained claps
A video shared by a netizen named Trix showing how a courageous Filipino stood for a Filipino delivery man who was being belittled by a Chinese woman in front of an establishment went viral and garnered applauses from the netizens.
Although the tourism exists when there are tourists, as the country’s tourism grows, there are some tourists who make up their mind to stay here in the Philippines for good but that does not mean they have the rights to look down on us and disrespect us especially that their feet are standing on our ground.
In the video shared on Twitter, a Filipino who pushed the initiative to defend a fellow Filipino delivery man was having a heated argument with a Chinese woman. According to the video, it was the tourist who did the first move that seemed to offend everyone; she was shouting at the delivery man who was only doing his job.
It was because the delivery man refused to give the package unless the receiver would show an ID that would verify that she’s the receiver of the package. The Chinese woman didn’t seem to have any IDs stuffed into her bag and thus, later on, she started shouting at him.
Good thing there’s still a courageous Filipino who doesn’t fear to stand up for those who are oppressed. The Filipino took a step forward and said, “You have to respect us. This is our country, you have to follow our rules.”
At that point, another fellow Filipinos proudly sided on the delivery man and his savior because tourists like her don’t have the right to belittle us on our own country regardless of their race and status in life. If they fail to respect us, it’s best if they will go back to where they come from, a netizen commented.
Some netizens also expressed their two cents about the video on Twitter, here are their comments:
“I love how we slowly make a change to our country and give these people a taste of their own medicine.”
“Hands down sa katapangan nung naka-yellow.”
“Thank you so much for standing up for what is right! Thank you for defending your fellow Filipino.”
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Bride without legs from Cebu who walked down the aisle goes viral on the social media
A wedding video in Cebu City became viral in just a short amount of time as the bride entered the door of the church and walked on the aisle towards her groom at the altar despite the fact that she had no legs to stand on.
“I wanted everything to be perfect for my wedding. So I knew I had to walk down the aisle,” said Rosie Babor, the bride in the viral video. She wasn’t discouraged to push through the wedding ceremony considering that Cebu City was still put under quarantine. If the pandemic failed to stop the bride from marrying her groom, what else could having no legs do something to halt them?
As written in the articles of Elite Readers, Rosie and Mario had been seeing each other for more than a couple of years, and after crossing countless mounds and rivers, they got finally married in this month.
On her wedding day, Rosie actually planned to use her wheelchair but it seemed like her marriage would not be perfect if she, the bride, would not walk down the aisle. As the church’s door cracked open, everyone pulled out their phones and captured the lovely bride.
“It made the day much more special,” Rosie added.
Rosie and Mario’s wedding was attended only by their loved ones and close friends because of the coronavirus pandemic. A friend of them, Arvin Sumagang, greeted the newlywed.
“We are happy that the wedding was finally pushed through. They had to cancel several plans because of the pandemic. Their story is inspiring and I am happy that they found each other,” he stated.
Heartfelt Photos of Father and Child Selling Taho went viral
A heartfelt photos of a father carrying his child and selling “taho” in Rizal made rounds after GMA News posted about their photos and situation, which already earned almost 149K reactions, 4K comments, and 8K shares.
The photos were originally from netizens, Jam Perry Branch and Aljun Tohanon, who noticed the father carrying his child and his taho as they passed they by. It was a heartflet sight to see, so they approached the father and asked a few questions.
Richard Paclibre, a 30-years-old father of a child, lives in Binangonan, Rizal. He becomes a single parent when he and his wife lost their communication, and is doing his best in supporting the needs of his child by selling taho in the streets.
In the photos, Paclibre was seen carrying his child—that was because his sibling happened to have errands to run, thus he decided to take his child with him. Branch and Tohanon were taken aback, and that they couldn’t help but post their situation on social media.
On October 6th, the uploaded photos from the netizens got viral and a broadcast journalist, Raffy Tulfo, pushed an initiative to help Paclibre. Facebook netizens commended the father and said:
“Salute sa lahat ng solo parents jan. Ikaw na ang tatay ikaw pa ang nanay. Hirap at pagod maging solo parent sana madami pang tumulong sainyo kuya lalo na kay baby.”
“Isa kang ulirang ama, hanga ako sau!
nabigyan ka ni sir raffy tulfu ng tulong khapon! you deserve more blessing dhil isa kang mabuting ama .khit inwan ka ng iyung aswa pero minhal at binuhay mong ksma ang iyung anak sa hanap buhay, I salute you po. God bless you more and more.”
“I don’t know the story behind this, but I salute this man!”
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