- Gabbi Garcia revealed during a vlog of BJ Pascual that she felt insecured when she was still young
- The main reason was her skin color, because she was morena, just a cute kid trying to find her place in showbiz
- She recounted how she would not be getting any commercial because those who would always bag the role are the "half-half"
- When she finally entered showbiz when she was fourth-year high school, it was then when she realized that there are many showbiz people who were also like her
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Gabbi Garcia just shared in BJ Pascual's vlog how she struggled with her skin color when she was still younger.
She confessed that whenever she would be the "cute kid," and during final callbacks, those who would always get the role would be the half-half, "yung mga may lahi."
"So sobrang at first, I was so insecure na parang, 'Bakit ganun? Wala bang spaces, wala bang spot for, like, Pinay beauty?"
"Kaya parang, when I entered the industry na nakita ko maraming taong ganun, doon mas nag-build up 'yung confidence ko..."
It was when she joined showbiz that she finally overcame her insecurities after seeing that there are also many morenas in the industry.
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Gabbi Garcia previously showed off a stunning walk-in closet in one of her recent vlogs. Shows her lovely collection of clothing and shoes.
Previously, Gabbi also got bashed because of the support she shows for ABS-CBN artists. She responded to the basher who called her bobo.
Gabriella Lopez, otherwise known as Gabbi Garcia, is an actress in the Philippines. She is under GMA network and is also a recording actress. Her mother is Test Lopez and her father is Vince Pena Lopez.
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