Ayn Bernos claps back at TikTok trolls after wearing pink

Instagram: aynbernos
Instagram: aynbernos

Miss Universe Philippines contestant and beauty advocate Ayn Bernos roasted her TikTok followers (read: trolls) who accused her of being “bayaran” (paid) after the writer-entrepreneur posted a video of her strutting in a pink outfit to the tune of BoA’s “Woman”.


I love this color. 🌸💖🎀 ##LetLeniLead

♬ Woman – BoA

ICYMI, pink was the color of choice by Leni supporters who took to social media after the Vice President officially filed her candidacy for president, as timelines and feeds were awash in the fuchsia hue.

The Morena, the Label founder was quickly at the receiving end of backlash after she posted the 8-second video — some by newly created accounts with few followers and similar video posts of a particular candidate.

Pro-BBM accounts with similar uploaded content swarmed Bernos’ post on Tiktok.

Not that Ayn needed any help in the clapback department, though: like the fierce Q&A queen she is, the Miss Universe finalist handled the comment storm with class.

There were those who immediately accused her of being paid to support Robredo:

TikTok: aynbernos / Facebook: Norman Pangantihon

(“Why is that the first thing that comes to mind? Is money the only reason you vote?”)

TikTok: aynbernos / Facebook: Norman Pangantihon

(“Where did you get that rate? Is that your price?”)

TikTok: aynbernos / Facebook: Norman Pangantihon

(“If that’s your first assumption, it’s because you can’t stand for anything without getting paid.”)

Then there were those who simply had a bone to pick with on her chosen candidate:

TikTok: aynbernos
TikTok: aynbernos

Then there were those who couldn’t fathom the idea of an individual making informed choices, labelling Ayn as “brainwashed”:

(“I don’t need to be brainwashed to watch candidates’ debates and interviews. It’s obvious who has the competence.”)

READ: Filipinos wear pink in support of VP Leni as she announces presidency bid

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