- Laureen Uy said she does not deserve her favorite Pokemon, Bulbasaur
- Uy said in a television program that Bulbasaur is a water type Pokemon
- The celebrity is taking all the bashings lightly, posting funny tweets about her mistake
Amid the bashings after she said that Bulbasaur is a water type Pokemon, actress and blogger Laureen Uy tweeted that she does not deserve her favorite Pokemon.
“I feel like I need to let you go now. ‘Di ko kayo deserve [I don’t deserve you],” Uy tweeted; captioning a screenshot of her Bulbasaur and Ivysaur on Pokemon GO.
In another tweet, she said she even let go of the Bulbasaur that she saw.
On Sunday, according to PEP, GMA-7’s weekend magazine television show Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho featured Pokemons.
Uy was asked about her favorite Pokemon and she said it is Bulbasaur. She, however, said Bulbasaur was a water type Pokemon.
“I feel like I need to apologize to all the Pokemon fans for what I have said. Sorry po nataranta lang,” she tweeted.
Uy is currently taking all the bashings lightly; posting and even replying to bashers with funny tweets as she admits that Bulbasaur is a grass type one.
Pokemon GO is built on Niantic’s Real World Gaming Platform and uses real locations to encourage players to search for Pokemons in the real world.
“Pokemon GO allows you to find and catch more than a hundred species of Pokemon as you explore your surroundings. The Pokemon video game series has used real-world locations such as the Hokkaido and Kanto regions of Japan, New York, and Paris as inspiration for the fantasy settings in which its games take place. In Pokémon GO, the real world will be the setting!” it was stated on Pokemon’s website.
It was also noted that as a Pokemon trainer moves around, his smartphone will vibrate — a sign that he is near a Pokémon.
Pokemon GO was launched in the Philippines last August 6, 2016.
Watch the video of the KMJS episode where Uy said grass type Pokemon Bulbasaur is a water type Pokemon: