- Chariz Solomon is a mother and an actress and was among those who suffered financially during the pandemic
- She admitted that she got worried that her funds were dwindling and that her savings was already consumed
- "Talagang broke levels na," said the actress because her tapings and events were all cancelled
- She was thankful when TV productions finally resumed and she was able to pull out of the difficult situation
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Chariz Solomon was among the actresses who suffered economically during the pandemic. Her situation was so dire that she admitted to being broke.
"I was always worried na paubos na 'yung funds, 'yung ipon wala na, talagang broke levels na...," said the actress.
Chariz shared that events and tapings were canceled, so her source of income was simply nil.
She also shared that as a celebrity, they are being paid on a per taping or a per-day basis.
She said that God was good that He never left her side.
"So natuwa ako kasi saktong paubos na talaga 'yung pera ko, biglang nagpa-taping na so taping from home so sasahod na kami."
The actress opened up on all this during the Q&A portion of her FB live Thursday, July 23, for "Descendants of the Sun."
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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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