“I don’t think that I have the right to talk about things na I don’t know… If I want to learn about something then I’ll learn about it muna - Frankie

“I don’t think that I have the right to talk about things na I don’t know… If I want to learn about something then I’ll learn about it muna - Frankie



Frankie Pangilinan is no longer the shy and naïve daughter of Liberal Party president senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan and Megastar Sharon Cuneta.
Nowadays, all her social media posts are getting the attention with all the controversies that goes with it.

As it is her father is also controversial being of one of the face of opposition against the Duterte administration, and now that her mom is also being very vocal against the bashers of her father, herself , and for the family.
Frankie Pangilinan
(photo credit to owner)

Issues against Rape, Impeachment case of the late Chief Justice Corona, and most recently the Anti=Terrorism act of 2020, are but a few of the topics that catapulted the name of Frankie to the public/netizens.
According to Frankie, her postingin social media about her personal opinions are not new, but has been going on since then its only now the public appreciates it.
“If you scroll down far enough, it’s the same stuff. It’s just that no one was paying attention before and for some reason recently like it really like blew up.


“I’m just bigger I guess so like people take me more seriously. Maybe it’s like that, right? I’m slightly bigger. I’m not a kid anymore just trying to put my thoughts out there,” said Frankie in an exclusive interview with GMA7.

In the same interview she said that despite all the controversies she has been attracting, she will never compromise her principles in life. She also takes it serious the posting she is doing by diligently studying all the issues involve in it.
 “Like a lot of people I don’t think realize that I don’t treat Twitter like it’s my platform. How do I put this? I don’t treat it like it’s a megaphone, you know. I treat like it’s me.

“So a lot of people are like, ‘Why are you suddenly so vocal? And I’m like, ‘No. It’s not that I’m suddenly vocal. It’s just that you are suddenly seeing it. It’s just that for some reason there’s more people listening.”


“I’m never gonna be loud naman about things na hindi ko alam. ‘Di ba, parang nakakahiya naman for me to be so brave about opinions on things I haven’t read, I haven’t studied, ‘di ba? Parang nagbibigay ka ng class presentation pero hindi mo naman alam ‘yung topic mo, ‘di ba?

“I don’t think that I have the right to talk about things na I don’t know… If I want to learn about something then I’ll learn about it muna.

“Like when the Terror Bill came out, I didn’t tweet about it until I read the whole thing, you know, until I read the transcripts, until I read my dad’s. Like just one example.”





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