A viral video of a catfight allegedly between Pinay DHs in Singapore went viral and it elicited mixed comments from netizens.
According to the video uploader, a Facebook page called Jom-Jom, the two are fighting over a man. Although the caption says so, there are Singapore-based Filipina DH denying the claims. The incident happened in front of the McDonald branch. Bystanders can be seen surprised while other people in the area are trying to calm the situation.
According to the comments, the two are fighting over online selling issue. The buyer friend canceled her order claiming that the item does not actually depict what she saw in the picture. The conversation didn’t go well, hence the catfight. One netizen comments that online selling for foreign domestic helpers in Singapore is prohibited by the law. If the news reaches the police, the two might possibly face consequences.
Pinay OFWs expressed their disappointment with the Facebook page that released the video online, particularly on the caption made without knowing the real facts behind the commotion. Some have expressed their concern about the locals who are into pressing issues to Pinay domestic helpers in the country, even looking down on them. But when some locals are caught in the video for a depressing issue, they hide it on social media.
No Clear Distinction
Some made fun of the video without realizing the story. Although there are no clear claims that the two women are Pinay, the issue lies on the fact that Pinays are being seen as low people on the said country. Some shared a perspective that Malay women are the ones most involved in catfights due to boyfriend issues.
Bayanihan Between OFWs
“Kabayans” are supposedly helping each other, lending a hand when one is in dire need. But it isn’t always a “Bayanihan” for some Pinoy abroad. Still, there could be misunderstandings but most of the time, a thoughtful and caring heart weighs more than pride.
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