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Yassi Pressman Calls Out Netizens for Cyber-Bullying Her Sister Issa Pressman

She finally breaks her silence about her sister's alleged involvement in the controversial #JaDine breakup.
Yassi Pressman Calls Out Netizens for Cyber-Bullying Her Sister Issa Pressman
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She finally breaks her silence about her sister's alleged involvement in the controversial #JaDine breakup.

Yassi Pressman and Nadine Lustre are clearing the air. Amidst the horde of broken-hearted #JaDine fans taking to the internet to express their grievances over Issa Pressman’s alleged involvement in James Reid and Nadine's breakup, her older sister Yassi—who's also one of Nadine's best friends—is finally speaking up.

In the actress’ recent IG post snapped together with Nadine last night, she strongly denied the rumors about her sister vehemently circulating the interwebs. “Hindi po papatol ang kapatid ko sa mga sinasabi ninyo. Pero bilang Ate, hindi ko naman po yata kayang panuorin na patuloy po siyang binabato ng mga masasakit na salita dahil nananahimik siya,” says Yassi’s caption. “This was me and Nadz last night, watching how some of us become cruel over untrue statements. Initially we all laughed about how crazy the things that woke us up yesterday were, and then.... they started getting out of hand, at di na yun tama.”

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Most importantly, Yassi slammed aggressive netizens on social media for attacking her younger sister Issa with vicious hate comments despite them not knowing the entire situation. She then ended her statement with a powerful reminder to always #thinkbeforeyouclick, pointing out that blindly cyber-bullying anyone should never be permissible. 

Ayaw na po sana namin patulan, but we decided to post something because cyber-bullying is not okay, it is never okay. Be careful with the words you say, and things you THINK are true on social media. They're not always the truth. Do not be so quick to point fingers, when you do not have the proper information. We're all okay. Sana po kayo din. Let's respect everyone.”

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Along with her photo with Nadine, Yassi also attached a photo bearing the question: "If you can tattoo on your body all the words you say online, would you be proud?"

PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM/yassipressman
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