- Gerald Anderson talked about his fitness business amid the novel coronavirus pandemic
- He disclosed that his gym is currently facing a serious problem due to the health crisis
- The prominent actor’s business is temporarily closed and he admitted that it is now at risk
- According to Gerald, the situation that he and his fitness center are experiencing now is different
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Gerald Anderson willingly opened up about the serious problem that his popular business is currently experiencing.
KAMI learned that the award-winning actor owns a fitness gym that is located in Diliman, Quezon City. It is called “The Th3rd Floor.”
Gerald initially admitted that he is facing a difficult situation now, given the novel coronavirus pandemic and the shutdown of ABS-CBN
He stated that the global health crisis has greatly affected his business. His other source of income has also been ordered to stop its broadcast operations.
“The Th3rd Floor” is currently closed because the actor wants to ensure the safety of his staff and customers.
“It’s a different situation. This is life and death. This is being sick. Your livelihood is being taken away from ABS-CBN shutdown. My fitness business is at stake because of the lockdown,” he quipped.
“It taught me how to be more resilient. And this situation taught me how fast things can be taken away from you,” he added.
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Gerald Anderson is considered as one of the most sought-after leading men in the country. He gained prominence after joining “Pinoy Big Brother.”
Just recently, his mom cried hard after receiving a luxurious car from her son. The heartwarming moment was videotaped and uploaded on YouTube.
The celebrity also visited his dad in Zambales and he willingly showed to the public their stunning private beach resort.
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