The strong heart of Trisha Eungelica Ardyandana, son of Ferdy Sambo, is in the public spotlight. This is because the Trisakti University medical student continues to actively upload content on social media, even after her father was sentenced to death while her mother, Putri Candrawathi was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Her calm demeanor made the public suspect that Trisha already knew that her parents would not have a pathetic fate despite being sentenced to a harsh sentence by the judge.
Not only that, some netizens are also busy speculating why Trisha is calm with the statement she made at the end of 2022.
As brought up by the YouTube channel @KapanLagicomVideo, apparently the public associates Trisha’s strong and calm demeanor with her answer when asked about hopes for 2023.
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This question was addressed to Trisha when she held a live broadcast on her social media, which was also re-uploaded to her Instagram account @lambegosiip.
“What is the hope in 2023?” such was the question of netizens, quoted on Friday (17/2/2023).
“Yes, I hope you will survive,” Trisha said while taking several deep breaths as if to let go of the burden of being the eldest child of a family where both parents stumbled into legal troubles.
Trisha then seemed to laugh lightly, “Just like lost of hope,” she continued.
This answer was later speculated to be the cause of Trisha’s seeming calm even though Sambo was threatened with the firing squad because he was judged guilty in the premeditated murder case of Brigadier J.
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Netizens suspect that Trisha has prepared mentally as best she can for whatever the judge’s decision is, so now she still looks fine while her parents are appealing the verdict they received.
“Ordinary activities, but to be honest, it’s still sad and really thinking. But Trisha is the type of child who tries to be strong,” commented netizens.
“Before that, the sambo children lived with maids and adjutants. So it was common for them not to have their parents. As soon as the trial the children were used as an excuse, after all, the children were used to living without them!” another said.
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