Thursday, 14 December 2017

Shameless Woman Gets Viral As She Kept Nagging Her “Kumare” To Send Gifts for Godchild Via Pera Padala

It seems that almost all people over the world get thrilled every Christmas season as it is the season of sharing and love which most people celebrate with their families and loved ones. But even though it may seem a joyous time of the year, some people also take advantage of this season for their selfish needs and mischief to get the things they wanted.



A lot of bad people tries to swindle off money by using the Christmas season and use it as a sign of sharing.

Here in the Philippines, we also have a lot of mischievous people that tries to extort money from people by using their children during Christmas. These people are inconsiderate beings that only think about for themselves.

Here, it is also a normal habit in this society that during Christmas season a lot of kids yearn for their “ninongs and ninangs.” During such occasion, they seek them out for gifts or money. But a lot of people question this trend as to whether or not they are required to give something.

Although most of our ninongs and ninangs would try to give anything for their beloved godchildren, a lot of people should know that most of their godparents couldn’t possibly afford such high demands.

Dyanne Jordan Montiero felt the urge to post her experience where she cited on her Facebook account how she gets harassed by her “kumare.” Her kumare was using her child to extort money by continually annoying her for not giving gifts to her child.


In her post, it was clear that the screenshots state that Dyanne offered a gift to the kid and only have to claim it at their house. It is just typical for the child to go to the house of their godparent.

Instead, her rude kumare doesn’t want to take an effort to show up to their house and says that she should send money through Smart Padala. It is annoying in part of the Dyanne, yet she still offered for them to visit.

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook


Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook


Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

Photo credit: Dyanne Jordan Montiero / Facebook

A lot of people reacted to the post and drew a flak all throughout the social media as they saw the series of screenshots which is attached to Dyanne’s posts.

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