Celebrities react after Michael V. says ‘no’ to publicizing help amid COVID-19 crisis

Celebrities react after Michael V. says ‘no’ to publicizing help amid COVID-19 crisis

- Michael V. has recently said “no” to posting any good deeds on social media

- He aired such statement amid the novel coronavirus pandemic

- He stated that generous people should feed the hungry and not their ego

- Some celebrities reacted after seeing the post of the award-winning comedian

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Several showbiz personalities in the Philippines have reacted to the recent post of Michael V. regarding publicizing help amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

KAMI learned that the award-winning comedian is not in favor of the decision of some people to post their selfless deeds on social media.

The “Bubble Gang” star stated through his recent Instagram post that now is the time to help other people anonymously.

He also mentioned that those who have generous hearts amid this pandemic should feed other people and not their ego.

“Now is the perfect time to help out anonymously. Feed the people. Not the ego,” he wrote.

“Helping without posting,” he added through a hashtag.

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Celebrities like Kim Domingo, Lovely Abella, and Ashley Rivera have reacted to the said post of Michael V.

They all agreed with the statement of the popular actor.

“Totoo,” Kim wrote,

“Truths! God bless kuya and buong family mo po,” Lovely also said.

Celebrities react after Michael V. says ‘no’ to publicizing help amid COVID-19 crisis

In a previous article by KAMI, Michael V.’s parody of “Buwan” by JK Labajo went viral on social media.

Michael V. is one of the most respected celebrities in the Philippines. His real name is Beethoven Michael del Valle Bunagan. He portrays the main role in the hit series Pepito Manaloto.

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A Filipino found his own way to help frontliners amid pandemic. “They had to walk an hour, an hour and a half to get to work. I mean, coming from an 8-hour shift sa hospital, tapos palalakarin mo pa yung nurse o kahit security guard. Parang hindi makatarungan, diba?” – on HumanMeter!

Source: Kami.com.ph

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