Broadcaster Ramon Tulfo is in the buzz this week after releasing a column about “drugs being sold inside the campus of De La Salle-College of St. Benilde,” which resulted to a social media feud with his own daughter.

Many netizens were outraged by the allegations he wrote on his column at the Philippine Daily Inquirer, including students of De La Salle University and College of St. Benilde. While a lot have pitched in their two cents via Twitter and Facebook comments, one Facebook user, Stephanie Jaurigue, chose to take the high road and criticized Tulfo by writing him an open letter last February 18.

In her letter, Jaurigue expressed that Tulfo’s article is “misconstrued” for it depicts drugs being used inside the CSB campus. She also cited that the article could have been written better, had there been more credible facts included. She likewise said that the article is more of a “family issue rather than a news report,” as Tulfo’s basis for his article revolved around his daughter’s situation.

Here is the full excerpt of Jaurigue’s letter:



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The open letter has since reached 750 shares on Facebook alone.

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