Unlimited rice patrons, rejoice!
After drawing a deluge of on-line flak, Senator Cynthia Villar has backpedalled from an earlier proposal to ban eating places from providing “unli rice” promos to prospects. Villar stated she merely made a advice and nonetheless left to the general public to determine on their rice consumption.
Netizens have welcomed Villar’s newest clarification.
Inuulit ko lang po, wala po akong balak ipagbawal o ipa-ban ang #unlirice. Wala pong #unliriceban pic.twitter.com/vxnp2ReBVd
— Cynthia Villar (@Cynthia_Villar) June 15, 2017
So ano yung yung kahapon, kasinungalingan o imahinasyon? #unlirice #unliriceban #UnliRiceIsLife pic.twitter.com/hsG2fEUqc6
— Matt Dash (@dowaito_PEx) June 15, 2017
False alarm mga kaibigan! Concern lang pala si Cynthia Villar 😊https://t.co/32h9OQs7Nz
— John Rusty ️️ (@jrmgdnl) June 15, 2017
— metta alih anorsanas (@MettaAlih) June 15, 2017
Nagingay lang si Cynthia, pero agree ako na Bad ang unli Rice! Pero sana unahin ang Unli Fake News at Unli Nakaw ng Gobyerno! #CynthiaVillar pic.twitter.com/wI0ZC4qVrW
— ImangKuba🌹 (@ImangKuba) June 15, 2017
Mahirap daw kasi mabash 😈
— chan (@iCHANgonzales10) June 15, 2017
You ought to sue the media then for reporting incorrectly kc yun ang nasa balita.
— iameleanore (@iameleanore) June 15, 2017
There might be no unlirice ban, Philippines make some fucking noise!! 🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭😂😂😂
— RAMIL G. 💪🏼 (@RamilGKnows) June 15, 2017
#UnliRice is protected. No regulation might be made to ban it. Relax. 😇
— JJ Dy Jaime (@jj_dy) June 15, 2017
Wala pa lang Unlirice ban. Love lang talaga. Celebrate tayo, manginasal?
— Jannus Lim (@limdynasty1) June 15, 2017
TULOY ANG LAMON!!!!!! WALANG BAN NG UNLIRICE ANG MAGAGANAP, MGA KAPAMILYA.
— JEEPNEY SPEARS (@katycatjulianne) June 15, 2017
Na bash lang sya kaya bumawi LOL!
— Odessa™ (@MissOdessa31) June 15, 2017
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