Alessandra de Rossi, binatikos ang mga kinauukulan dahil sa pagpapabaya: “Stop taking Filipinos for granted!”

Alessandra de Rossi, binatikos ang mga kinauukulan dahil sa pagpapabaya: “Stop taking Filipinos for granted!”

- Alessandra de Rossi recently posted on Twitter telling those concerned to stop taking Filipinos for granted

- She said that while Filipinos are resilient and very understanding, they can also grow exasperated

- The actress added that what everyone needs right now is support and not sports

- Alessandra has been posting tweets criticizing government officials and the Duterte administration as a whole

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Alessandra de Rossi posted a tweet recently asking those concerned to stop taking Filipinos for granted.

The actress said that while Filipinos are naturally resilient and very understanding, everything and everyone has their limits.

Alessandra de Rossi, binatikos ang mga kinauukulan dahil sa pagpapabaya: “Stop taking Filipinos for granted!”
Photo: Alessandra de Rossi (@msderossi)
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“On a serious note, STOP TAKING FILIPINOS FOR GRANTED! yes, resilient tayo, and very understanding, pero may hangganan ang lahat,” Alessandra wrote in her Twitter post.

She added that Filipinos, including her, have so much to offer, and they have dreams, as well as families. This is why no one should take everyone’s lives for granted.

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“Ang dami naming kayang ibigay. May mga pangarap din at pamilya. Don't take our lives for granted!” the actress further wrote.

She also posted a plea for help and then said that Filipinos need support not sports.

“Tulong. We need support. Not sports,” she pleaded.

The final phrase on her tweet read: “Ay natweet.” This indicates that she had been keeping this to herself for so long and out of exasperation, she accidentally, which obviously is not the case, tweeted it.

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Alessandra de Rossi, or Alessandra Schiavone de Rossi in real life, is a Filipino actress and the younger sister of actress Assunta de Rossi. She was born on July 19, 1984, and rose to fame for her roles in the TV series !Oka Tokat and in the 1997 film Magic Kingdom. She won the FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress for her role in Azucena. She starred in Mga Munting Tinig and Homecoming, in which she portrayed a Canadian-based domestic worker who visited her home in a rural town in the Philippines, bringing with her the deadly disease SARS which she spreads among the residents. Alessandra also won the part of Valentina, the villainess of the comic turned fantaserye (fantasy TV series), Darna, which aired on GMA Network in 2005.

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Known for posting tweets against the current administration, Alessandra took a swipe at the government, lamenting at the steady rise of COVID cases in the country. She also hit at Pres. Duterte, who used to proudly proclaim that he would ride a jetski to personally bring the Philippine flag to the disputed area.

Recently, the actress also posted on Twitter that she needs to jog at night. This was after several thousands more COVID cases were added to the already ballooning total. The actress said the situation is getting frightening, hence the need for a night jogging. Many believe Alessandra’s post is a jab at the recent photos of President Rodrigo Duterte jogging at night, which were later posted by trusted aide, Senator Bong Go.

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