- Kyline Alcantara recalled the time when she was just a talent and had to go through all the humiliation from the hands of a director
- The actress revealed that she was discriminated upon by the director and could even recall the words that were used against her and her mom
- "Talent ka lang. Diyan ka lang. Taga Bicol ka pa. Ang pangit ng accent mo! Ayus-ayusin mo ýan! Asan ba nanay mo?"
- Kyline then said that the experience, made her say that she will strive to do more so that such experience will not be repeated
Kyline Alcantara, during the virtual presscon of her weeklong serye, #Future recounted the time that she was discriminated by the director at the set.
Back then, she recalled that she was just a "talent." She even shared how there was a term that was used to describe a talent and an "artist."
She vividly recalled the words that were used by a director at her and her mom even experienced it.
"Yeah, na-discriminate ako. Sabi sa akin ng director, 'Talent ka lang. Diyan ka lang.' Taga-Bicol ka pa. Ang pangit ng accent mo! Ayus-ayusin mo 'yan! Asan ba nanay mo?!'"
According to Kyline, the feeling was not really nice as it was not only she who was the subject of the ridicule, but also her mom.
She then strived so that she will no suffer the same fate again.
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