Suzette Doctolero Takes Swipe at “Mahihinang nilalang”

Here’s the message of Suzette Doctolero to those who are “mahihinang nilalang”

SUZETTE DOCTOLERO – The television screenwriter and creative consultant took to the microblogging site, Twitter wherein she took a swipe at “mahihinang nilalang”

Suzette Doctolero is a well-known television screenwriter and creative consultant. She has worked on a number of popular television series in the Philippines, including “Encantadia,” “Amaya,” “Mulawin,” and “My Husband’s Lover,” among others.

Doctolero is highly regarded for her ability to create engaging and compelling storylines that resonate with audiences. She has won numerous awards for her work, including several Best Drama Screenplay awards from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS).

Suzette Doctolero
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Aside from her work as a screenwriter, Doctolero is also a published author and has written several books, including a collection of short stories and a novel.

Recently, she went to microblogging site, Twitter wherein she posted cyptic messages agaist “mahihinang nilalang.”

“Bansa tayo na gustong passive lahat. Kapag may magsalita, patatahimikin. Kapag sumigaw ng r@pe, ima-mock. Kapag may magsabi ng mali at naranasan niya, susumbatan. Ano ba?? Mahihinang nilalang. Kungdi gustong marinig at mabasa, e di wag mong pakinggan at basahin. Tuldok!” she said.

In another post, she noted: “At kung pagbabawalan ang lahat na magsalita…. Ano silbi ng socmed? Manood lang ng mga nagsasayaw at mga nagpapa cute? 🤮 ika nga ni G Washington Apple 🤣 ‘If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.’ Good morning!”

Apparently, she did not mention with whom she’s addressing her cryptic tweets. As expected, it generated mixed reactions from the netizens. Here are the comments from the netizens:

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