Actress Agot Isidro defended tourist guide and activist Carlos Celdran from the netizens who criticized the latter.
According to Isidro, the netizens should respect the relatives of the activist who’s mourning to his demise.
“RESPETO naman sa pamilya at mga mahal niya. You may not like what he did or how he did it, pero huwag naman tayong bastos,” Isidro said referring to Celdran.
RESPETO naman sa pamilya at mga mahal nang namatayan.
You may not like what he did or how he did it, pero huwag naman tayong bastos. ?
— Agot Isidro (@agot_isidro) October 8, 2019
She also responded to the question of one of her followers who asked her if she’s going to follow Celdran soon.
“When you’ve seen the light, sweetie. When you’ve seen the light,” she said.
When you’ve seen the light, sweetie. When you’ve seen the light. ? pic.twitter.com/CZuOryBOGC
— Agot Isidro (@agot_isidro) October 9, 2019
Celdran passed away on October 8 in Madrid, Spain and his last social media post is about wishing President Rodrigo Duterte not to get well soon.
“Don’t get well soon,” Celdran said in his last social media post on Facebook.
The activist is referring to the revelation of the President about his health, telling the people that he’s suffering from a neuromuscular disease.
Celdran traveled to Madrid after the Supreme Court ruled that he committed an act of offending religious feelings during his solo rally inside the Manila Cathedral in 2010.
He entered the Manila Cathedral wearing an attire same with the Filipino hero Jose Rizal while holding a sign with the words “Damaso”.