Here’s Sandro’s now controversial post which turned out to be a really bad idea:
Apparently, the tweet didn’t sit well for some netizens who found the remark dense at best since it came from an individual who’s part of a family that had striking similarities with the antagonists of the movie.
And also, the movie’s plot which revolved around rebels attempting to overthrow a corrupt empire rang bells in the minds of Martial law victims who were oppressed during the time of former president Ferdinand Marcos, Sandro’s grandfather.
Here are the other wittiest and hardest replies to Marcos’ post:
Don't you just love it when comparisons are on point?
Never mess with an avid fan
Sometimes, even the blatantly obvious isn't enough
Maybe he doesn't appreciate the two of you having same names
The irony is strong with this one
This is where your taxes go
Another case of overused plot lines
Guess who would be Prince Zardoz?
What a [harsh] coincidence
That catchphrase looks familiar
'I usually observe if the piping and stuff is new'
We can't be this apathetic and hard-headed
Coinciding with the introduction of less-pricey monthly plans for the new iPhone 8
But most of them still support the manga
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