Sana All: Liza Soberano's Internet Prayers Have Officially Been Answered With a Plot Twist
"Am I not enough? Pangit ba ako?" says everybody else, probably.
(SPOT.ph) Remember barely three days ago, on September 6, when Liza Soberano called out her Internet service provider on Twitter for well, crappy Internet service? Yeah, that problem appears to be solved now, and it took less than two entire working days—leaving the rest of us customers feeling somewhat slighted. Cue a chorus of people using her line "Am I not enough? Pangit ba ako?" from the 2017 film My Ex and Whys.
And to twist in the dagger a bit more, it turns out it wasn't even her OG Internet provider that swooped in to help her out! "What a lifesaver," Soberano tweeted. And with 300 freaking MBPS, folks? "Lag? I don’t know her," announced Soberano, now apparently the proud owner of not just stable and dependable connection, but a really fast one, too. We repeat: Sana all.
Now we can't really say what power she holds to have not one, but two Internet service providers stumbling over themselves to right their wrongs, but damn, we want some of that power, too. Especially seeing as being a paying customer isn't enough, based on the Internet frenzy that ensued. (Just check out the thread to the new Internet provider's reply to Soberano, and you'll see what we mean).
This entire saga started on Sunday, September 6 when she tweeted about being an "unhappy customer." Her ex-Internet service provider was quick to reply—but clearly not quick enough.
Meanwhile, Soberano has been firing up Twitter. She used her much larger than average platform not just to call out Internet service providers, but to call for #JusticeForJenniferLaude and lay down the #TransLivesMatter fact. Add that to her devil-may-care attitude online and yup, people have taken notice. Thank goodness she has stable Internet now, otherwise we wouldn't see these gifts:
Oh my, oh my.
Aray, but not really.
Who has time to spell check?
We feel you.
Smarts, beauty and realness? Yes, please.
Main image from Instagram / Liza Soberano