Take care of your sister, kuya. I'm going abroad. Be responsible.
Kuya, can I have a cellphone?
No, you don't need a cellphone. You have failing grades. Phones can't help.
That's the end of the conversation. You don't need phones, Jenny.
What did I say in having cellphones? I can't believe you sold the gadgets just to buy a that unnecessary phone!
It's my own money. I don't have to listen to you!
Kuya's mother need to go abroad because her visa got approved. He needs to take care of her sister before his sister can go after their mother abroad. He gave Jenny, her sister, the things she would need at school such as gadgets and other stuffs.
Jenny doesn't have any interest on computer gadgets so she asked he kuya for a cellphone; yet, her kuya did not agree especially with her failing grades. Her kuya reasoned that 'cellphones' is not necessary when she have access to computer gadgets she can use in school. Because of this, Jenny was upset.
Jenny did not agree to have no phone, so she did ways top have money to buy a cellphone without the consent of her kuya. She sold some of her gadgets, and did bought a phone. When her kuya knew, he was fuming mad and chose to stay away from Jenny to avoid acting things that aren't appropriate.