Saab's post became viral on social networking sites including Twitter and can be searched through the hashtags, "#AA" and "#Saab".
Her posts also includes details regarding her sister--Maxene Magalona's experience. Saab also claimed that the school also has a lot of lesbian students, comparing it to St. Scholastica’s College, which was mentioned in Medina’s controversial comic strip.
Sorry off topic pero may galit talaga ako sa Assumption dahil they asked my sister to transfer schools because of her Modess commercial. Hindi nga siya artista eh, commercial model lang siya nun. Ang sabi sa family ko okay lang na lumabas sa TV kung educational or something, basta wag bastos or mga beer commercial DUH. Kung may mga greetings for my dad sa Eat Bulaga baka pwedeng wag nalang daw. ANYAREH?! Hindi pwede mag happy birthday sa TV?! Kasalanan ang paglabas sa TV? Hindi educational ang napkin commercial? Hindi lahat ng babae nagkaka-period? SIMPLICITY?! NAG-ARAL BA KAMI PARA MAGING MADRE?! Chos. Di ako galit. Joke lang yung all-caps para mag-LOL kayo. But I’m sure yung mga Assumptionista umiiyak, “OWEMJEE, why is she so galit with our school?!” (Chos again, alam kong hindi ganun magsalita mga taga AA.) Cino-correct ko lang na hindi na-kick out si Maxx because pinanindigan namin na walang mali sa pagtulong sa finances ng pamilya by making a napkin commercial. Tinapos niya ang school year amidst bullying from high school girls na mga inggit at pangit. We transferred schools and sued AA for not undergoing due process. They called her to the principal’s office and made her cry instead of sending a letter to her parents. She was in 7th grade, I think. Very Jesus ang peg ng mga madre, noh? Not. Love you, Maxx. We won the trial, by the way.