The patient was wheeled in ER via stretcher. Normally we get the data of the patient and her vital signs. After obtaining data, our resident doctor did his history taking. While doing it in the bedside of the patient, I told him the BP of his patient was 200/100. While transferring the data of the patient in an admitting chart, a relative went to me and asked for the BP of the patient. I told her in my usual voice that the patients BP is 200/100. She began to complain I'm a bit vulgar in saying the patients vital signs. She told me it may cause stress to her patient and cause elevated BP. So I told her ok, kowing inside me next time we will not divulge it in front of the patient. However, she get my name and have it written in a piece of paper. Unfortunately, one of my colleagues did not know the precaution that relative gave regarding the BP. Upon rechecking he told our resident doctor the lateat BP which was 190/110 which make the relative angrier. She told us is that the way we do it in ER? What if our Bp is high and hearing it doesn't it make it more elevated.. I told her that's the way we do it and communicate with the resident doctors in er and the nurse who rechecked it didn't know her precaution. After awhile, a co staff in the hospital told me, the relative told her If I was her daughter she would spank me. Is that how the nurses are in our hospital and we don't have etiquette. At the same time, she also told my co- ER staff that they will make certain actions regarding what I did in ER. She also told my colleague that I didn't apologize and answered back to her.I'm quite nervous of the possible things that may happen. Our chief nurse knows that relative for her manners. During previous hospitalization, our chief nurse started intravenous infusion to the granddaughter of the said relative. Since being a grandmother who doesn't want her relative getting hurt , she demands for the sharp shooter. One of the er nurse told her that our chief nurse is the sharp shooter in our hospital. She said to our chief nurse "so what if you're the chief nurse?"What do you think of my situation? My friends and I can't help but be sad because we were just doing our job. If certain precautions were told from the moment they brought in that patient, we will do it the way they want. But apparently, the relative just informed me after the second time I told the BP of her patient.