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Pastillas Girl tracks back history of bashing

Pastillas Girl, Angelica Yap, addressed some accusations made against her for the past few years.

  • She defended herself from all the hate she got from netizens and all the judgements that people made.
  • She also said that she’s 100% sure that her boyfriend, Flow G, didn’t do anything wrong after being accused of copying a song by BTS.

Angelica Jane Yap, also known as Pastillas Girl, finally talked about accusations netizens are making against her.

This is after she and her boyfriend, Archie Dela Cruz or Flow G, received judgemental comments online.

In her recent vlog, she looked back on what bashers kept on telling her for the past five years. One of which is for the way she curses. She stated that she understands that some people might get uncomfortable but it seemed like netizens were just being hypocritical.

“Una, kinondemn ako ng mga tao kasi just because nagmura ako du’n sa video. People would say na it’s not appropriate and I understand. But thinking about it now, sobrang hypocrite lang ng mga tao. I know a lot of people na nagsi-say ng bad words pero okay lang, tanggap sa society. Ang nangyari lang is ako, as Pastillas Girl, ‘yung nagmura, kaya hindi nila matanggap,” she said.

Yap added that sometimes people are amused by all the cursing but there are just some individuals that would hate on her.

“They will always hate me for what I did. May mga tao na natutuwa sila na tanggap nila na ganu’n. Pero dahil ako ‘to, dahil si Pastillas Girl ako, hindi nila ‘yun kayang tanggapin.”

She then addressed the accusation that she stole the pastillas recipe which she used in the video that shot her to fame.

“I think ‘yung pangalawa, ninakaw ko daw ‘yung pastillas recipe. None of the pages na nag-teteach ng recipe, naglagay ng credit. Sa sobrang laki ng internet, you would never know kung kanino ba talaga ‘to nanggaling. Since it was posted everywhere, naisip ko lang siyang gawan ng video. Parang mas makikita nila ‘yung emotion kung may video.”

She then apologized to the owner of the recipe as soon as she found out who it was.

“Kung hindi niya pa rin natanggap ‘yung apology ko, feeling ko dadalhin niya na lang ng legal matters and I was super ready to face that.”

Yap then talked about the hate she received during her stint on It’s Showtime. She stated that most of them she received from the fans of the rival show at that time.

“What happened to me next, ‘yun naman ang pinakamalala kasi nu’n napunta naman ako sa noontime show, lahat din ng tao ulit, for the third time, galit na naman sila. Let’s put it this way, ‘yung parehas na noontime show, nagtatapat talaga ‘yan para sa ratings. Ako ‘yun napunta dito, may nauna na sa kabila,” she said.

“Yung may mga gusto du’n sa kabila, galit naman sila sa saken kasi mas gusto nila ‘yung kabila. So since ang dami dami dami ng may gusto du’n sa kabila, ang dami rin ibig sabihin ng may galit saken kahit wala akong ginagawa. Ayaw nilang may sumuporta saken. Gusto lang nila, du’n lang sumuporta sa kabila. And I understand kasi nga, ganu’n naman talaga ‘pag mga fans, ‘di ba? Lagi nating pinoprotektahan ‘yung idol natin.”

And lastly, she then spoke up about her boyfriend Flow G after the latter received criticism online for allegedly copying a song of the Korean group BTS. Netizens then started accusing her of using her boyfriend for money.

“I have my own money and hindi ko kailangan manghingi ng pera kahit kanino. At sa mga taong galit saken dahil sinasabi niyong kinokonsente ko si Archie, for the record, hindi ako ganyang klaseng partner. I will not tolerate something na alam kong mali. I’m not that kind of partner.”

She then insisted that her boyfriend didn’t do anything wrong and that he was just a victim of online hate.

“Kung ganyan ako klaseng partner, bakit pa ako nasa tabi niya? I’m a hundred percent sure na he didn’t do anything wrong. Pinagbibitangan siya sa isang bagay na hindi naman niya ginawa. And ako alam na hindi naman niya ‘yun ginawa.”


Her video now has more than 477,000 views.

Written by J M

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