Sinulog Queen 2020 sells "bicho-bicho" to help family during pandemic

Sinulog Queen 2020 sells "bicho-bicho" to help family during pandemic

- Sinulog Queen 2020 Monika Afable is now selling bicho-bicho to help her family in the midst of a crisis

- She goes around homes in her hometown, carrying a plastic container full of yummy bicho-bicho, and she would do this daily

- The beauty queen is proud of her sideline and would say that there is no reason for her to feel ashamed because it is a noble endeavor

- Monika is not the only one who turned to selling food and other stuff because even celebrities like Gladys Guevarra and Gloc-9 sell stuff online

Sinulog Queen 2020 Monika Afable is not just a beautiful face, she is also a hardworking and industrious woman who would go out of her way to help her family during a crisis.

The lovely Monika is now selling "bicho-bicho" to help her family during the pandemic.

Every day, she would go around their community, door to door, and sell bread coated with sugar.

Sinulog Queen 2020 sells "bicho-bicho" to help family during pandemic

Photo: @monikaafable/Instagram
Source: Instagram

As per ABS-CBN, the beauty queen does not feel ashamed because after all, it is a noble job.

Monika is just one of the many who turned to selling stuff in these times. Comedienne Glady's Guevarra has been selling kakanin like palitaw and put. Gloc-9 also took to Facebook to sell his very own fried chicken, menudo, biko and quality jerseys.

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Gladys Guevarra who is now selling palitaw amid the pandemic is a comedienne and also a voice impersonator who previously worked in GMA Network, and was also the former lead vocalist of the band Gladys and the Boxers with K in which they were noted for their hit song Sasakyan Kita.

Gloc-9, on the other hand, is a rapper who is proud of his rags to riches story. He is now selling foods online. He shared on social media how he was asked by someone, why he was doing what he did and he gave him a very inspirational answer.

The COVID-19 pandemic caused some economic woes to many Filipinos. The 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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Source: Kami.com.ph

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