MEGASTAR Sharon Cuneta expressed her anger on Twitter at a certain Sonny Alcos, who remarked online that he would "rape" her 19-year-old daughter Frankie Pangilinan, who recently received praise and criticism for speaking out about rape culture.
Alcos's comment was printed on a publication material released by the ddsconfessions, a satirical page criticizing the Duterte administration.
"Pasalamat ka iha, kung ang edad ko 12 years magtago ka na sa tatay mong senador Kiko Matsing Pangilinan dahil hahanapin kita para gahasain. Tapos sisihin mo tatay mo. Dahil hindi ako makukulong," the quote card reads.
(You should be thankful, iha. If I could be 12 years old, you better hide behind your father, Senator Kiko Matsing [monkey, derogatory word] Pangilinan because I will find and rape you. Then blame your father. I will not be imprisoned.)
This didn't sit well with the Megastar, as she took to Twitter to express her sentiments.
"What an a**h**e of a father. Considering may anak kayong babae. Oo alam namin. At anuman ang pambabastos ng isang tunay na hayop na tulad mo sa asawa ko at LALONG-LALO NA SA ANAK KONG DALAGA, ay pagpapatunay lamang na may mga demonyong nasa mundo na tulad mo. Kaya tama ang ginagawa ng anak kong disente at matalino," Cuneta said.
(What an a**h**e of a father. Considering you have a daughter. Yes, we know. And any lewd remarks from an animal like you to my husband and ESPECIALLY MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER is a living proof that there are demons in the world like you. That's why my daughter, who is decent and smart, is doing the right thing.)
Frankie recently butt heads with television and radio personality Ben Tulfo after she retweeted a Rappler report about an anti-rape reminder. The report is related to a Facebook post of the Quezon Province police telling girls to not wear short clothes to prevent sex crimes.
"Stop teaching girls how to dress?? Teach people not to rape," Pangilinan (@kakiep83) tweeted, gaining over 63,000 likes and 25,000 retweets.
To which Tulfo (@bitagbentulfo) replied: "Hija @kakiep83, a rapist or a juvenile sex offender's desire to commit a crime will always be there. All they need is an opportunity when to commit the crime. Sexy ladies, careful with the way you dress up! You are inviting the beast."
The tweet did not sit well with netizens, who criticized Tulfo for victim-blaming.
Cuneta said she will not let the comment come to pass.
"GOD HELP YOU WHEN I FIND YOU. HINDI KITA PATATAHIMIKIN. TANDAAN MO ITO: AKO AY ANAK NI PABLO P. CUNETA. MALI ANG BINANGGA MO, DEMONYO KA (God help you when I find you. I will not make this silent. Remember this: I am the daughter of Pablo P. Cuneta. You bumped in with the wrong person, you devil). @bernsrp @indaysaraduterte (SHARONIANS, remember this monkey’s face and name please.)," Cuneta said.
Here's a thread of Cuneta's tweets: