The whole Philippines is still demanding justice for the brutal mur der of Christine Silawan. The 16-year-old’s body was found on a vacant lot in Barangay Bankal, Lapu-Lapu City on Monday, March 11, and people are scarred for life after seeing what the suspects did to her body.
With that said, Christine Silawan’s de ath is considered to be a very sensitive topic. So when one beauty influencer decided to pay tribute to the young teen by posting an avant-garde makeup look on social media, many netizens criticized him for it, some even felt that he was exploiting the crime for fame.
Drian Bautista (@Drian_Bautista) uploaded a photo of himself on Instagram and Twitter as his tribute to Christine. On the picture, the Filipino beauty influencer painted a half-skull on his face, and captioned it:
“I did this for you RIP. Justice for Christine Lee Pardillo, 16, was raped, murdered, and they even skinned her face until her skull was exposed. It’s sad that there are people who are capable of doing such a thing.”
However, netizens were unimpressed with his tribute.
Some of the comments read:
“If he wanted to express his emotions with this look, he should have appeared grieving and sad, but no, he just looked pretty.”
“It’s an act of ‘lemme show you my skills (I might become famous).’”
Bur Drian defended his post saying, “ I am an artist. This is not Aesthetic! This is an Art. THIS IS MY PROTEST.”
Despite his initial defense, Drian eventually deleted the post and apologized to those who got offended, especially Christine’s family.
Dr. Benjamin Lare, Chief Medico-Legal officer of PNP Crime Lab, said in a statement:
“Other than her face was skinned, we noted in our examination that her trachea and the esophagus were missing. The musculature at the right side of the neck was also ripped off so the cervical vertebrae can already be seen. Aside from that, her tongue is also gone.”
Doctors said that there was no sign that the teen was raped.
Christine Silawan’s brutal ki lling has led some people to call for the revival of the death penalty in the country.
Woman Shares Grandad’s Strict ‘Boyfriend Rules’
“Rule 4: I must like him.”
Most of us have probably had to deal with our fair share of overprotective family members in our lifetime. Strict parents are usually a pretty standard thing to deal with. But what do you do when you have an overprotective grandad as well?
Man With Primary School Qualification Earns $6k A Month Using Fake Degree
This man has been bouncing from job to job, earning huge income – with a fake degree!
There’s no “one size fits all” when it comes to the type of employee companies are looking to hire as it varies from industry to industry. However, someone with a degree is often going to have the upper hand over the person who doesn't have it.
Boy Uses Grandfather’s Retirement Money To Tip Live-Streamers
It was supposed to be his retirement income for the whole year!
A lot of people say that money is not important, but it actually is. We need money to survive, which is why a Chinese grandfather was horrified when he found out that his 11-year-old grandson spent 40,000 yuan (approx. US$5,965.00) of his retirement money on something unimportant.
Like Us On Facebook
Chinese Vendors Are Still Selling Bats and Other Exotic Animals, Says A Source
How One Small Town In Italy Stopped The Coronavirus Outbreak
TikTok App is “Fundamentally Parasitic,” According to Tech Experts
Parents Are Sharing Funny Photos Of Their Kids While In Quarantine
Doctor Moves Into a Tent in Own Garage to Protect Family While Treating COVID-19 Patients
Not Wearing Mask Is A “Big Mistake,” Chinese Expert Says
Good News: 95-Year-Old Granny Recovers from COVID-19
83-Year-Old Proves Age is But A Number After Becoming Flower Girl During Granddaughter’s Wedding