Netizens react to critics of Manila Bay rehabilitation project who said it still smells bad even after the “cosmetic” job?

Pro-Duterte social media influencer MJ Quiambao Reyes can’t help but respond to critics of President Duterte who have nothing but negative to say at every project or program of the incumbent administration.

Exhibit 1: Defeated senatorial aspirant Teddy Baguilat commented that the Manila Bay Project of the Duterte admin was merely covering up the ugliness of the Manila Bay with cosmetic job.

Exhibit 2: Female anti-Duterte critic, a recent visitor of the just re-opened Manila Bay White Sand Beach, remarked that nothing has changed because after the rehabilitation and everything, it still smells bad.

In a Facebook post, MJ Reyes retaliated by asking her followers how hard it must be being a government hater? All that are ugly and foul smelling are the what you see and smell.

Hirap din siguro maging hater ng gobyerno, noh? Yung lahat na lang pangit at mabaho ang nakikita at naamoy mo.

Here are some of the comments of netizens in response to the critics of the Manila Bay rehabilitation.

One netizen advised critics that if they can’t stop hating the government, well, they better go elsewhere.

If you continuously hate the government, well it is time for you to go elsewhere. Be happy with sison.

Another commented that haters gonna hate.

Hater ganon talaga sila. Simple lang tawa sa kanila insecure at losser

A third commenter said that they are just used to the foul smell, that explains why their sense of smell is already like that.

Nasanay na kasi sa mabaho, baka pati tirahan mabaho kaya ganun na talaga pang amoy nila

A fourth said these people are just bitter.

Mga bitter yan.Sampal kasi sa kanila yan.puro lang sila puna,walang ginawa kabutihan sa bayan at kalikasan Isang basura walang naililigpit yan.background check nyo baka bahay NYan puro basura.kaya ayaw sa Kahit Amoy Malinis pa sasabihin malansa mabaho,Paano NASAnay sa bunganga nilang puro madudumi puro basura.


Source: MJ Quiambao Reyes

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