- Marcelito Pomoy just made an elderly lady very happy after he gave her a new house
- The singer saw her dilapidated "home," which he said he couldn't even call a home, from a Facebook post of a concerned citizen
- He went out of his way and made sure that amid the pandemic, lola would be able to sleep comfortably in her new home
- He recalled how he grew up alone and without anyone to turn to, which is also why he decided to share his blessings to the needy
Marcelito Pomoy has just proven that he is a well-grounded person who does not let his fame go over his head. He just gifted an old lady, who he does not even know, a nice comfortable home, amid the pandemic.
In a YouTube vlog, the third-runner up of America's Got Talent shared how he gave Lola Aurora a nice home.
This came after he saw the Facebook post of Aiza Hernandez, where she showed the truly dilapidated house, which Marcelito described as akin to a bathroom instead of an actual home.
"Last time, we saw a Facebook post asking help for an old lady. She got no family with her and all she has is a small house. I can’t even call it a house. So what we did will surely melt her heart," said Marcelito.
The joy and the huge smile that lit Lola Aurora's face were all irreplaceable. She was so happy that perhaps, it was something that she never thought she would experience in her lifetime.
Marcelito said that Lola Aurora told him, "I’m so grateful for your kindness. I’m glad you rebuilt my house. I am so thankful that someone helped me."
In a previous KAMI report, Marcelito Pomoy sings "Heal the World" in order to uplift everyone during the pandemic.
Marcelito Pomoy is a Filipino singer. He rose to fame after he won Pilipinas Got Talent. He ventured out and joined America's Got Talent, where he successfully snagged a spot in the grand finals.
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