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‘I’ve become bullet proof’: Nadine Lustre fires back at bashers

Nadine Lustre on Thursday, April 7 fired back at internet users criticizing one of her TikTok videos. 

“Couldn’t care less if it was people shitting on me,” she said, while pointed out that the video, which has now 4.7 million views, “gave good analytics.” 

The dance video is part of Nadine's campaign with cellphone brand Oppo.

Several TikTok users have since made parodies and skits on Nadine's video, poking fun at the dance and the song.

Fans were quick to defend Nadine. "They are excusing constructive criticism? Please, most of your comments are BACK HANDED 'compliments,'" one Twitter user wrote.

Nadine then addressed her supporters: “Y’all can chill now. No need to make bantay (guard) to defend. Grateful for all of you.”

In a separate tweet, Nadine called out the hate being thrown her way. “People are always so thirsty to shit on someone,” she said. And while the 27-year old actress said that she’s “bulletproof” and “totally used to” bullying, Nadine said that she’s “concerned for people who don’t have the same mental + emotional load as me.” 

“At the end of the day, pretty sure there are reasons as to why people act a certain way. Even the bullies in drag race eventually come clean at the end of the show,” she ended her thread. 

In response to a fan’s comment that she’s too nice, Nadine wrote: “Because it takes a lot more time and effort to be unkind. And I have so much shit to do.”

Nadine, who has earned several acting awards for films like Never Not Love You and Ulan, released the album Wildest Dreams in October 2020. In March 2021, Nadine opened up about being self-managed after leaving Viva in January 2020. - Rappler.com