Netizen Reacts to Road Rage Man Statement After Allegedly Assaulting a Cyclist.

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Road Rage Man’s Statement Went Viral

Concerned netizen and influential social media personality Mark Anthony Lopez reacted to the viral statement released by the road rage man in a viral video who allegedly physically assaulted a cyclist, pulled out a gun, and went viral online.

The alleged man in a viral video who physically assaulted a cyclist and pulled out a gun was identified as Wilfredo “Willie” Gonzales.

In a statement released to the media and posted online, Gonzales was quoted as saying, “Ang pakiusap ko lang po sana, kasi masyado na po tayong ano sa social media ngayon, sana ‘yung mga vloggers, sana maging responsable sila.”

Willie Gonzales stated further that “Hindi nila alam ang puno’t dulo, marami kaagad magco-comment, nakita nagkasa, hindi naman nila nakita eh ‘yung tunay na pangyayari, ‘ung umpisa na mula sa ganung lugar, malayo, mahirap po ‘yun […] Sana maging responsable po tayo na vloggers.”

The man in the viral video reiterated that “‘Yun lang ho ‘yung pinakiusap ko dun sa mga vloggers ngayon kasi kawawa naman ‘yung mga anak ko, ang kapamilya ko, parang ang sama-sama ko hong ano-tao.” Gonzales said.

Image Source: Viral Road Rage Man Statement

The statement of Willie Gonzales caught the attention of a concerned netizen and social media user with a huge following, Mark Lopez, who responded and shared a statement on his own wall.

According to Mark Lopez, the first step in solving a problem is knowing there is one. And the problem is you, Mr. Gonzales, and not social media. The video which captured his rage is self-evident.

Mark Lopez said, “Instead of re-directing the issue to social media responsibility, I think the more appropriate response on your part is to simply acknowledge your anger management issue and abuse of authority.”

“Kahit naman walang social media, kung abusado ka, kawawa talaga pamilya mo”

The statement of Mark Lopez against the viral road rage man also went viral on social media, with most of his followers agreeing with him and criticizing Willie Gonzales for his statement on social media.

Meanwhile, according to a news report posted by ABS-CBN, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) issued a show cause order on Sunday against a car owner who pulled out a handgun on a cyclist in a viral road rage video.

The viral road incident happened near Welcome Rotonda in Quezon City, and in an interview with Teleradyo Serbisyo, the chief of the NCRPO-PIO said that the Quezon City Police Department (QCPD) held a press conference Sunday with the suspect saying that he and the cyclist have already reached a settlement.

The NCRPO PIO Chief Eunice Salas said “Sinabi na nagkaroon na daw po sila ng settlement nitong siklista,” the NCRPO said. When asked about the specifications of the settlement, Salas said the suspect did not reveal such details with respect to the cyclist.

In a separate Facebook post, veteran lawyer and prominent personality Raymond Fortun, the cyclist’s lawyer, said in a Facebook post that the victim was even the one who paid P500.00. Due to the viral road rage man incident, memes are now proliferating online.

Raymond Fortun was quoted as saying “”In a nutshell, siya na ‘yung binatukan at tinutukan ng baril, pinagbayad pa siya ng P500. Further, the person who uploaded the video has now also been threatened,” Fortun said in his post.

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Source: Mark Lopez FB Page / ABS-CBN

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