- Lyca Gairanod visited her childhood house in Cavite and she featured it in her latest vlog
- She shared the struggles she experienced growing up and before joining 'The Voice Kids'
- Lyca was also reunited with her lola who took care of her when she was still a kid
- She shared an emotional moment with her lola and they both started crying
Lyca Gairanod visited her childhood house in Tanza, Cavite, where she grew up before even joining the singing competition, The Voice Kids.
KAMI learned that the child singer recalled the memories she had in their old home.
In a recent YouTube vlog uploaded by Lyca, she showed their house that is near the sea. This remained strong and well-maintained by her grandmother as she still prefers to live there.
“Marami akong pinagdaanan dati. Alam niyo naman. Nakita niyo naman ‘yung istorya ko. Nag-MMK ako dati. Mula nung nag-The Voice ako, maraming-marami akong paghihirap na naranasan sa buhay ko. So dito na rin talaga ako lumaki,” Lyca said.
“Siyempre hindi ko rin kayang kalimutan ang lugar na ‘to kung saan ako nanggaling. Hindi ko ‘to sinasabi para sabihin sa inyo na ganito ganyan ako. Sinasabi ko ‘to kasi gusto kong malaman ninyo na hanggang ngayon gusto kong bumalik sa buhay ko dati,” she added.
According to Lyca, it was her lola who was taking care of her when she was growing up as her mother would work.
“Kasi kay lola, dito talaga ako lumaki, siya ‘yung laging kasama ko nung bata ako, siya ‘yung nag-aalaga sakin kasi si mama nagtatrabaho,” she shared.
“Kaya mahal na mahal ko ‘tong lola kong ‘to. Hindi ko ‘to papabayaan hanggang paglaki ko. Kaya nga sabi ko sa kanya, ‘Hanggang paglaki ko lola, nandito pa rin ako para sa’yo,’” she said.
Lyca Gairanod is a child singer who won The Voice Kids Philippines. She was able to defeat other young singers like Darren Espanto and JK Labajo.
Now that she is growing up and blooming as a teenager, her recent social media posts went viral.
Meanwhile, her throwback video of singing while selling Sampaguita along the road resurfaced on social media.
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