- Angelika dela Cruz posted a question on social media about people’s opinion on martial law amid COVID-18 crisis
- A netizen then said that she is in favor of it and she also claimed that the actress is against it
- The celebrity/politician responded to her follower by saying that she is in favor of martial law amid this pandemic
- She also cited that she is afraid that the curve will not be flattened because of some hardheaded Filipinos
Angelika dela Cruz revealed on social media that she is in favor of the imposition of martial law in the Philippines amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
KAMI learned that the said confession was made a few days after President Rodrigo Duterte announced that a “martial law-type” of community quarantine will be imposed if people continue to violate important protocols.
It can be remembered that the actress-turned-politician chided at some hardheaded Filipinos who cannot follow simple instructions for their safety.
"Makulit pala ang Pinoy. Matitigas talaga ang ulo. Minsan, gusto mong maiyak sa galit. Kasi pag sinita mo, sila pa ang galit,” she said through an interview with DZRH.
After she aired such statement, she posted another message on social media asking people if they are in favor of having martial law in times of crisis.
A netizen commented that the celebrity does not want martial law to be imposed in the Philippines. However, Angelika bravely rebutted that claim.
“Of course, pabor and I am sure you are not. Wag mo dagdagan ang nega if that’s what you mean sa post or tanong mo,” the social media user wrote.
“How are you sure?!! Do you know me personally? Close tayo? Frontliner ako and in favor ako sa martial law. Kaya ako nagtatanong dahil gusto ko malaman ang opinion ng ibang tao…” the actress responded.
In a previous article by KAMI, Angelika got called “walang kwentang kapitan” by a brave netizen.
Angelika dela Cruz is a veteran Filipina actress who has also entered the world of politics. She is now serving as the captain of a barangay in Malabon City.
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