>My blood boils when I heard the news that my parents’ former employee I was talking about on my last post, TOUGH LUCK, was doing it again. He told me he needed to fill the P20,000 bailbond so he could go out of jail. He even said he was able to raise P5,000 and was asking for the remaining amount from my parents.
I was doubtful so I asked my former nanny who lives on the same town to investigate. Turns out, he just needed P7,000 to be free. What a jerk!
My nanny told me no one wanted him to be free because he was such a bad fruit no one cares if he rots there. No one wanted to lend him money because he owed everyone. He kept on promising he’d pay them but he always manage to hide from them when payday comes.
And for the past days since my first post about this, he kept on calling me and texting me asking for financial support. I rejected everything until late this morning when he finally said: “OK. I THOUGHT KUYA AND ATE (referring to my parents) WILL NEVER DESERT ME, I WAS WRONG.”
That was the last straw. I told him all hurtful words I can think of. He deserves it. He has no right to say that when all my parents did to him was give him support.
He then said, “PLEASE DO NOT FIGHT WITH ME. I AM A PART OF YOUR FAMILY”
Oh gosh, he’s delusional. I told him, “YOU WERE NEVER PART OF MY FAMILY AND NEVER WILL. MY PARENTS ARE GOOD PEOPLE AND YOU WERE LUCKY TO HAVE THEM BUT YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE AND THAT WAS YOUR BIGGEST MISTAKE”.
Makes you wonder how can he even use a cellphone while inside his cell.
>I hope he'll get the message and will stop disturbing you guys.. esp your parents..
>Hmmm… master trickster! Some people never learn.I also have a relative who behaves that way – but not as worse as this.
>my thoughts, actually. how can he use a cp while in jail? that person needs psychological help.
>@CashmereI hope so too.@GemSome people never learn, huh@Ma'am LenaHe does… ARgghhhh