- Gloc-9 has been busy selling foods online, such as "Fried Chicken ni Gloc-9," menudo, biko, and a lot more
- After doing this for quite some time, the rapper posted a convo he had with someone, who asked him, "Idol, bakit ka nagbebenta ng kung ano-ano? Hindi bagay sayo"
- The rapper did not hesitate to answer the person and his response clearly embodied the values that he was standing for
- He told the guy that there was nothing wrong with it, and that before he was rapping, he was cleaning garbage bins, toilets, and canals
Gloc-9 is now selling various stuff online. He sells fried chicken, which he called as "Fried Chicken ni Gloc-9," jerseys, biko, menudo and a whole lot more.
He would post the products on his Facebook page and would even couple his post with some "rap" as a description to make the product more enticing.
The rapper-entrepreneur shared that someone asked him regarding what he has been doing - selling stuff online.
"May nagtanong sakin 'Idol, bakit ka nagbebenta ng kung ano-ano? Hindi bagay sayo," someone asked him.
He answered, "Tol, wala namang masama siguro doon 'di ba? At alam mo ba na kasama sa trabaho ko noon bago ako mag-rap ay maglinis ng basurahan, kubeta at kanal?"
The famous Filipino rapper then gave a very inspiring message to everyone.
"Tandaan niyo mga kababayan, iba na ang panahon natin ngayon. Kailangan nating lumaban para mabuhay para sa mga mahal natin. Wala kang dapat ikahiya kung ang trabaho mo ay marangal at wala kang tinatapakang kapwa mo. Kaya natin ito! APIR!!!"
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many to lose their jobs. Gladys Guevarra, an actress with GMA-7 is now selling kakanin, which she is very proud of.
Pokwang is doing the same, as well as Ai-Ai delas Alas. A report even stated that Allan K closed his two comedy bars as he could no longer sustain the operations.
The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal.
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