- Angeline Quinto proudly showed to her bashers that she also has a golden heart
- She began her own version of help for people who are affected by the novel coronavirus crisis
- She specifically wanted to help stand-up comedians and fellow musicians who have no other source of income
- The said singer used Facebook as the platform for her help to COVID-affected individuals
Angeline Quinto continues to prove to other people that she is also willing to help amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
KAMI learned that the prominent singer already started her own version of help to individuals who are affected by the current crisis.
She specifically targeted the stand-up comedians who cannot go to work because of the enhanced community quarantine.
Angeline became aware that her comedian friends are in a difficult situation now that is why she launched the fundraising project called “BanDamayan.”
She invited her friends and followers to visit her official Facebook account and watch the videoke jamming that happened on Sunday, April 12.
Aside from stand-up comedians, the said project also aimed to help her fellow singers who have no other source of income amid lockdown.
“Tuloy parin po ang pagtulong natin sa mga kasamahan natin sa industriya na nangangailangan ng pagdamay ngayong lockdown. Samahan nyo po ako sa BanDamayan para sa isang videoke jamming sa Facebook Live,” she announced,
“Marami po sa kanila ngayon ang kailangan ng ating tulong pantustos sa kanilang araw araw na pangangailangan… Ang ating videoke jamming sa Easter Sunday ay gagawin po nating donation drive para sa kanila kaya naman sana ay samahan nyo po ako umpisa ng 5PM,” she added.
In a previous article by KAMI, Angeline cried foul over criticism against celebrities who post about their help on social media.
Angeline Quinto is a well-known singer and occasional actress in the Philippines. She is one of the so-called “Sing-vestigators” in the ABS-CBN mystery music game show entitled “I Can See Your Voice.”
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