- Pokwang shared a social media post about one thing she felt grateful about the current pandemic
- The “Chika, Besh!” host said that because of the pandemic, she got to discover who her true friends are
- The actress and comedienne’s tweet then drew different reactions from her followers on Twitter
- Several netizens who can relate to Pokwang’s realization could not help agreeing to her post
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Pokwang recently had a post about one thing she felt grateful about the current pandemic.
KAMI learned that the actress and comedienne held in a Twitter post that because of the pandemic, she got to discover who her real friends are.
“Sa isang banda nagpapasalamat ako sa pandemia na ito dahil nalaman ko at nakilala ko sino talaga tunay kong kaibigan bukod sa pamilya ko thank you papa God.”
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Her tweet then drew mixed reactions from her followers. Here are some:
“Sa akin baliktad nung walang pandemya wala akung kaibigan nung nagka pandemya nag labasan sila at mag pakilala old friends ko daw after few days nangungutang na.”
“Sad to say. Ngayon ko nalaman na wala pala akong kaibigan.”
“Ay naku Ms Pokwang tumpak po kayo dyan madaming naibigay na leksyon Ang pandemic sa ating Buhay.”
“Totoo mamang d2 mo talaga makikita kung sino ang mga true friends.”
“Meron at meron pa ding good purpose mamang.”
"Kya wag po tyong aasa sa frens & family dahil may pinag dadaanan din po sila d po lahat ng taong nasa pligid nyu, kaibigan nyu. dpo laht ng tao rich at pwdeng magbigay ng tulong, ganoon po tlga ang life lalo npo pandemia prin po tau."
Marietta Subong or Pokwang is a famous comedian, host, and actress. Some of her popular movies are “Call Center,” “A Mother’s Story,” and “Edsa Woolworth.”
Recently, the actress took to social media to express her shock over their electricity bill which amounted to over P131,000. Many netizens expressed their outrage over her experience.
The comedienne advised a basher who called her "pangit" to stop spreading hate online and to start loving in the midst of the sufferings across the world brought upon by the pandemic.
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