A Vietnamese café girl who has been called a bully for refusing to buy a car has made a viral video in which she apologises and offers a car to someone who’s been bullying her.
The video has been viewed more than 2.5 million times.
The café girl is known as “chinese girl”, but her name is not a common one in Vietnam.
She’s also known as a vietnamese girl and she’s had a tough time gaining acceptance in the country.
She first became known for her Facebook status that she refused to buy her car because she is a girl.
Since then, she has become a viral sensation.
The woman, who does not want to be named, says she’s been bullied because she’s Vietnamese and has been ostracised for it.
“It’s a shame that I have to deal with this discrimination,” she told ABC News.
The girl was previously bullied by a taxi driver and he took her picture.
She says he later used it to make fun of her.
She eventually decided to sell her car and the taxi driver left her for another girl.
When the taxi owner refused to give her the car back, the girl decided to go to court and have her car sold.
“The car had to be sold for me because I was forced to sell it,” she said.
“I was humiliated and I didn’t know how to take care of myself, so I sold it.”
When the man who owned the car refused to sell the car to her, the woman decided to make a video apology and tell the man she had been bullied.
“My apology was really good because it said: ‘I’m sorry.
I’m sorry for how I’ve treated you,'” she said, adding she felt ashamed of what had happened to her.
If you are a girl you have to accept that, I’m a girl and I’ve been a girl.” “
In Vietnam, it’s OK to be a girl, it is OK to make mistakes.
If you are a girl you have to accept that, I’m a girl and I’ve been a girl.”
The video is also available on YouTube.
The cafe girl was given a car and told it would be sold to someone else who had been bullying the girl.
“After a year, the owner gave me a new car,” she explained.
“But the one who was bullying me didn’t give me a car.
I wanted a new one because my boyfriend had taken my car.”
After her car was sold, the cafe girl started an online campaign to change the taxi drivers behaviour.
“When they were going to give the car away, I had this feeling of anger and frustration,” she says.
“They said: If you don’t like the way I’ve acted, go to a different taxi.
I said: I don’t want to go anywhere.
I want a car.”
In one of the videos, the café girl says she doesn’t think she will ever be accepted by the taxi industry.
“If you want to change taxi drivers behavior, then change your own,” she explains.
“So I made this video to say to the taxi companies: ‘If you are going to change your behavior, you have no business selling me a taxi.
‘And the taxi operators said: We are your customers.
“You can change his behavior but you cannot change his personality.””
You can change his behavior but you cannot change his personality.”