Margie doesn’t care if people calls her ugly and looks Laotion
“Margie Rasri” is just posting her own picture and suddenly she got attack. Recently, she posts a picture of her running out of gas and a message that says “I am really in trouble. I run out of gas. It’s going to rain and traffic!” Instead of the followers sympathizing her situation, one comment criticized her beauty that she’s not match to be an actress since her face is Laotian looking. This make many of her fans defend her. Latest, Margie comes out to clarify she isn’t serious because everyone’s beauty isn’t the same. She asks that if anyone is going to write something they should think before they write so problems don’t occur.
I don’t feel hurt someone criticize that I am not pretty because I heard this since I was little. (laugh) I am not serious because beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
It looks like the comment said you looks Laotian.
If you’re going to write something, be a little careful of what you write so there weren’t be any problem. So, it’s to each individual’s liking. I don’t feel hurt. But my fanclub probably hurt more than me so they defended me. I would like to thank. I think we should just let it go. I just like it go and not serious about it. They didn’t use vulgar words to me, they were just expressing their opinion that they don’t like me.
She confirms she didn’t block the person who criticized her but just delete the inappropriate comments.
People don’t see her comments because I delete the inappropriate and vulgar comments out. It’s words that I don’t want little kids to read since there are kids that read it too. I left the comment that said I am not pretty because it’s not vulgar. People told me to delete the pictures altogether but I don’t think that’s the solution to the problem. We have to understand that if someone don’t like us then they don’t. It’s not going to be anything better and doesn’t make anyone happy. Let’s just think of happy things and laughable matter. Don’t be so serious.
Denies being a pusher for her own sister “Marina” to enter the industry.
She gets to star in a lakorn because she always follow me to the lakorn set or to the channel office. People sees her since she was 7-8 year old. The elders said when she grows up she can come play lakorn for them. I promise them and wait until she grows more. I think this work is fun and we are happy working here. I think there is no other career than here that can make people smile and feel warmth.
Source: Rakdara | July 22, 2013