- John Lloyd Cruz recently had a live video conversation with Bea Alonzo
- He aired his thoughts about the situation of poor people amid COVID-19 pandemic
- He pointed out that people may get false hopes due to the help that they are receiving from private groups
- The actor then aired his appeal to the government amid the crisis that the Philippines is experiencing now
John Lloyd Cruz subtly aired an appeal to the government about the situation of many people amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
KAMI learned that the said moment happened during the actor’s recent video conversation with Bea Alonzo on social media.
The former “Home Sweetie Home” star initially stated that he appreciates private groups or individuals that show concern to poor families affected by the current crisis.
However, he is worried that those people may get false hopes because the help of many concerned citizens is not sustainable.
He then mentioned that the government must do something to address the sentiments of the less-fortunate members of society.
“Please don't get me wrong. Yung ginagawa ninyo, yung selflessness ninyo, yung appreciation ko diyan is beyond words. Hindi lang mawala sa isip ko yung posibleng false hopes… kasi di naman siya sustainable. Maiiwan yung tao na umaasa na bukas may magluluto, magpa-pack, magbibigay, magpapakain,” John Lloyd said.
“Ang sinasabi ko lang, dapat tulong lang siya. Dagdag. Kasi dapat may ibang bahala diyan, diba? Hindi naman pu-pwedeng aasa na lang lagi sa kabutihan ng kapwa. Dapat may nanggagaling sa taas, sa kinauukulan. Ilang linggo na kasi eh, parang sobrang tagal na nilang naghihintay,” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, John Lloyd finally introduced his son Elias Modesto to Bea Alonzo.
John Lloyd Cruz is an award-winning film and television actor in the Philippines. He already has a child with former partner Ellen Adarna.
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