- Jane de Leon took to social media to air her sentiments on the crisis that ABS-CBN is currently facing
- The new “Darna” star likewise shared her reason for not joining protests to defend the media giant and its employees
- She said that her support to the network “is not just measured by going out in the streets” during the pandemic because praying is still the most powerful weapon
- Her statement was published after Angel Locsin called out her fellow artists who hardly express support for the fallen network
Jane de Leon recently aired her sentiments on the crisis that her home network, ABS-CBN, is currently facing.
KAMI learned that in an Instagram post, the new “Darna” star explained her reason for not joining protests to defend the media giant and its thousands of workers.
She stressed that her support to the network “is not just measured by going out in the streets.”
The Kapamilya actress reiterated that everyone is still at risk because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier, Angel Locsin called out her fellow artists who hardly express support for the fallen network to come out and defend ABS-CBN.
Here is Jane's full statement:
"I JUST WANT TO EXPRESS MYSELF
We all know how hard life is with so many things happening globally and here in our country. Especially now that we are going through unique difficulties. Each of us has a different approach on how to resolve and overcome these challenges.
Masakit po sa akin ang nangyari sa ABS-CBN dahil pangalawang tahanan ko na rin po ito na siyang nagbigay sa akin ng mga opportunities to gradually reach my goals in life, na unti-unting nagpabago sa buhay ko at ng aking pamilya. And I will forever be thankful sa ABS-CBN and its management.
My support to the current crisis that the network is facing right now is not just measured by going out in the streets in this time of pandemic. Alam kong para sa nakakarami sa atin, masakit ang closure ng ABS-CBN. Nakikiisa at nakikisimpatya rin po ako sa mga kapwa ko Kapamilya na nawalan ng kabuhayan.
However, let us not forget that in the bigger picture, we are still at risk because we all have an invisible enemy to deal with. Our health and that of our loved ones are at stake. As the COVID infection rate in our country continues to rise, hospitals and facilities are nearing, if not reached, full capacity.
Let’s not forget that our frontliners continue to face life and death situation as they are being challenged in saving more lives. Dadagdag pa ba tayo sa lumolobong bilang at patuloy na pagtaas ng COVID cases sa ating bansa?
Masama po bang maging positibo lang sa ating pananaw sa kabila ng kahirapan at paghihinagpis? I don't believe that it's fair to stop doing things you ought to be doing everyday just because of the negative situation around us. Even if the world stops, we still have to keep moving forward.
We can show our support in many ways. Let us not be judgmental and imposing on what others should do according to personal standards and beliefs. 'Wag po sanang mangibabaw ang galit sa ating puso, bagkus ay pairalin natin ang respeto sa isa't isa at umasang malampasan din natin lahat ito.
Let's continue to do better to improve ourselves and continue helping those in need. Everyone is capable of this. Even a little goes a long way. Tuloy po ang buhay at tuloy din po ang suporta natin sa pinagdadaanan ng ating network at mga kapwa natin Kapamilya.
PRAYERS are always the strongest and most powerful weapon in this time of crisis. Let is keep faith. God bless po sa ating lahat! This is Jane de Leon, your Kapamilya.
Wag po sanang mangibabaw ang galit sa ating puso, bagkus ay pairalin natin ang respeto sa isa’t isa at umasang malalampasan din natin lahat ito. Let’s continue to do better to improve ourselves and continue helping those in need. Everyone is capable of this. Even a little goes a long way. Tuloy po ang buhay at tuloy din po ang suporta natin sa pinagdadaanan ng ating network at mga kapwa natin Kapamilya.
Prayers are always the strongest and most powerful weapon in this time of crisis. Let us keep the faith. God bless po sa ating lahat!"
Jane de Leon is a gorgeous Filipina actress and model. Jane used to be a member of the girl group GirlTrends, which regularly performed on “It’s Showtime.” She also appeared on high-profile projects such as “Halik” and “La Luna Sangre.”
She was chosen as the next “Darna” after Liza Soberano decided to withdraw from portraying the role. The actress then willingly shared her thoughts in getting the highly-coveted iconic Filipino superheroine role.
Amidst the pandemic, Jane was spotted distributing relief goods to Senior Citizens in Cainta, Rizal.
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