Source: Pep.ph and Google Translate

After two weeks of silence, Neri Naig gave hints to her followers on Instagram account @ little_lulu_.

Two weeks ago Neri's last post here is a photo of a cat.

On August 3, Friday, the news spread on the Internet about her "private video" with Chito Miranda, lead vocalist of the band Parokya ni Edgar.

Then it was only just Chito Miranda who gave statements related to this issue, and remained Neri as silent.

Neri used the cover of the famous Oxford World's Classic novel written by Ann Ward Radclifffe, The Mysteries Of Udolpho.

A woman sitting on a terrace looking at the vast mountains.

According to Wikipedia.org, The Mysteries of Udolpho " follows the fortunes of Emily St.. Aubert who suffers, our other misadventures, the death of her father, supernatural terrors in a gloomy castle, and the machinations of an Italian brigand ...

"The Mysteries of Udolpho is a quintessential Gothic romance, replete with incidents of physical and psychological terror; remote, crumbling castles; seemingly supernatural events: a brooding, scheming villain; and a persecuted Heroine ...

"... The novel focuses on the plight of Emily St. Aubert, a young French woman who is orphaned after the death of her father. Emily suffers imprisonment in the castle Udolpho at the hands of Signor Montoni, an Italian brigand who has married her aunt and guardian Madame Cheron.

"Emily's romance with the dashing Valancourt is frustrated by Montoni and others. Emily also investigates the mysterious relationship Between her father and the Marchioness de Villeroi, and its connection to the castle and Udolpho."

"HER EYES WERE FILLED WITH TEARS"... the caption Neri posted on Instagram is part of the novel.

 "Her eyes were filled with tears, and the words she would have spoken faltered on her lips. Do not speak yet. I know all you would say. Your spirits must be soothed.

"You must allow yourself a little time to recover from your first shock, before you encounter the second. I will not affect to conceal from you how much I know your heart must Suffer, on returning to the scene of your former happiness.

"Here, you will have all, the quiet and sympathy can give, to restore your spirit." - The Mysteries of Udolpho.

It immediately gained almost 900 hundred likes and comments beyond.

Many of her followers said "magpakatatag ka"  and "this too shall pass."