- Lea Salonga took to Facebook to air her frustration towards the Philippines
- She said that the country is so hard to love and it was coupled with a swear
- One of the succeeding posts of the international singer stated that criticism of the government must be considered as an act of love and not an expression of hatred
- She also mentioned about the sense of fear that if anybody would irk the wrong guy, he can get shot in broad daylight
Lea Salonga has just vented her frustration on Facebook through a quick no-nonsense post, which was directed against the Philippines.
Lea swore and said that the country was very hard to love.
She also discussed her problems, having a conspiracy theorist in her head, and having that sense of fear that if somebody would irk the wrong guy, one can get shot in broad daylight.
She then discussed how to view criticism of the government. According to the international artist:
"Criticism of one's government shouldn't be considered an expression of hatred, but one of love and a desire to see the country succeed. I would like to think that in a functioning democracy, this should never be anyone's fear, that their criticism would land them in jail or worse, a corpse lying on a curb."
In a previous KAMI report, Lea Salonga lamented the plight of daily wage earners who lost their jobs during the community quarantine.
Lea Salonga is a Filipina actress and an international singer. She is a judge of a reality talent show and has won the prestigious Tony Award.
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