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Fen Shui expert gets bashed online for inaccurately predicting year 2020

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Filipino Chinese Feng Shui expert Master Hanz Cua is now getting bashed and trashed online for inaccurately predicting 2020 to be a strong and prosperous lucky year.

Neither one of his predictions came true so far. He also said that year 2020 is a year of something new, which is far from impossible since travel restrictions are almost imposed everywhere.

Read the reactions online:

pic.twitter.com/lLnMe3Slhg— Just Sagittarius Things (@scorsaguin) April 6, 2020

I find it pretty amusing that on Facebook, thanks to an article I shared, a virtual mob is forming demanding answers from Hanz Cua for predicting a “lucky, prosperous year.”

To be fair, he still has 8-10 months, depending which calendar you’re keeping track with.— #NoKradamus (@kelfabie) April 3, 2020

Master Hanz Cua swerteng swerte nga dito sa southeast hahahaha pic.twitter.com/oC4pZCQ4Fk— Efraim Velandria (@SabdoySlim) April 3, 2020

Master Hanz Cua really said that 2020 will be a good year for everyone but here we are facing a global pandemic and an incompetent government #OUSTDUTERTENOW pic.twitter.com/XWZYphJVtv— Rog (@roguevangelio) April 1, 2020

Well hes right about starting a new career. Some of us lost our jobs due to covid19— Azlan (@shecallmeNinja) March 26, 2020

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