Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit’, But Netizens Slam Gorgeous Lady for Post


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When Alyssa Santos saw a photo of some teen boys wearing floral-printed dusters that are often identified as ‘nanay outfits’ in the Philippines, she had a good laugh at it that she reposted the picture with the corresponding witty caption on her Facebook account.
Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit'

Little did she know that her post would go viral and that she would be on the receiving end of much hate comments and bashing from people who thought she was bullying the group for their outfits.

Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit'
Photo credit: Facebook / Alyssa Santos

Alyssa wrote:

“Di ko kinaya to. 😂😂😂 pagkatapos ng Hypebeast, NANAY OUTFIT NAMAN NGAYON. Anung ginagawa mu? Naka backless ka pa HAHAHAHAHAHA

ctto”

But many people missed the ‘ctto’ part which actually means ‘credits to the owner’. This simply means that Alyssa did not take the photo but had just reposted it because she was amused.

Still, reposted or not, many people slammed Alyssa for cyberbullying. A lot of netizens thought that she was making fun of these teens.

“jusko kaya di umuunlad pilipinas kasi lahat ng maliit na bagay gaya nyan pinakekelaman. eh sa ibang bansa nga kung ang mga tao naka bra lang at top nila dedma lang. satin lang naman dito ang big deal lahat. tsaka malay mo dancer sila baka may contest lang silang pupuntahan or kakatapos lang nilang cumontes hayyyssttt,” a rather incensed woman wrote.

Someone even wrote a rather lengthy explanation as to why he thinks this is cyberbullying:

“This is an example of irresponsible post. Nakakalungkot lang isipin na may mga taong ganito, pinag tatawanan (cyberbullying) yung mga taong ang hangad lang ay sumaya. Kung yan man ang kaligayahan nila, let them be. Mabilis naman i-ignore mga yan eh. Wag nalang pansinin. Buhay nila yan.

Hindi nyo man lang maisip na sobrang lawak ng social media, at maraming mga bata ang nakaka-access neto. Na iisipin nila, normal lang pala pagtawanan yung mga tao nais lang ay sumaya. Simple lang, kung edukado ka, respeto nalang.”

But as the post had gone viral, the guys in the photo had reached out to Alyssa (they call her Ate Alyssa) and assured her they were fine with her sharing their photos. In fact, the group was amused that the post had gone viral.

Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit'
Photo credit: Facebook / Alyssa Santos

Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit'
Photo credit: Facebook / Alyssa Santos

Teenagers Go Viral for ‘Hypebeast to Nanay Outfit'
Photo credit: Facebook / Alyssa Santos

But if the group did not consent to her posting the photos, do you think this actually amounts to cyberbullying?

— Danielle Ramos, The Summit Express


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