- Bea Alonzo, in her latest vlog, showed compassion for the poor and the needy
- While the actress understands the need to stay home, she also knows that some people do not have the luxury to do this
- Having experienced poverty firsthand, the 33-year-old actress lamented how some people had to go out amid the pandemic
- The reason behind this is that people need to go out to put food on the table
Bea Alonzo's story is just like many of the popular actors and actresses, a certified rags to riches story.
Hence, the actress is not sheltered from the woes and ails of society.
In her vlog, "Pantry and Fridge Tour," the actress also touched on the topic of the pandemic.
She highlighted that it is indeed a privilege to stay home, and also emphasized that there are people who cannot afford to do just that because they have to go out to put food on the table.
"I also know that it is a privilege to stay home. I know that there are people who cannot do this. They have to be able to put food on the table," said the actress.
Along with this, she also reminded those who can stay at home, to simply stay home and to take care of one another.
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Bea Alonzo is one of the most-respected actresses in the country. She has done several hit movies like "One More Chance" and "Four Sisters and a Wedding."
Dominic Roque and Bea Alonzo trended after the former posted an intriguing photo, saying that he was nabighani. He also shared a photo, which hid their faces, but Bea was named.
Bea also made headlines previously after she reiterated her stand, expressing support for ABS-CBN. This despite rumors that she would be transferring.
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