De Lima to Duterte: ‘What do you see in me that you find sexual?’

By: - Reporter / @MAgerINQ
/ 06:20 PM September 26, 2016

AFTER getting several sexual innuendos, Senator Leila de Lima  could not resist herself asking  President Rodrigo Duterte this question: What do you see in me that you find sexual?

“The President’s foul mouth has again desecrated the hollowed grounds of Malacañan [Palace] with another round of his vile personal attacks against me,” de Lima said in a statement on Monday.


De Lima said she cannot resist asking the President such question.

“Why is your mind so fixated on my sexual aspect? You are so obsessed with me. Why???” she asked.


Duterte earlier called de Lima an “immoral woman” for allegedly having an affair with former driver Ronnie Dayan, who had alleged collected drug money at the New Bilibid Prison for her campaign kitty.

READ: Duterte: De :Lima’s sexcapades led her to crime, drug payoffs


The President had also linked De Lima to a certain “Warren,” an employee of the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA).

READ: Duterte: Warren is De Lima’s new lover


De Lima has called Duterte the “lowest” and the “vilest” man in the country after the latter’s fresh attacks against her.


“All of a sudden he’s now, for me, for me, he’s now he lowest and the vilest man in the country sa sobrang kabastusan na po nya (for his rudeness),” she said in an earlier interview.

“That’s why God forgive him. Naawa na po ako sa inyo mahal na Pangulo, tigilan nyo na po ako (I pity you, our dear President, stop your attacks against me.) Ano pong gusto nyo sa akin? May gusto po ba kayo sa akin?” de Lima added.

READ: De Lima calls Duterte lowest, vilest man in PH



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