- Francine Diaz shared that she doesn’t care if there are many netizens bashing her
- The actress said she’s not active on social media anyway so she doesn’t get affected that much
- She said that she only goes online if she needs to promote something like her new anthology series titled “Click, Like, Share,” or if she wanted to greet a friend
- Francine also said that she’s extra careful about clicking “like” or reacting on social media posts
Francine Diaz shared recently that she doesn’t really care if netizens would repeatedly bash her.
The actress revealed that unlike fellow Gold Squad members like Kyle Echarri and Andrea Brillantes, she is not that active on social media.
“Hindi ako masyadong ma-social media. Ginagamit ko lang yun pag may kailangan i-post or i-promote gaya nitong Click Like Share or kung may babatiin man ako na i-congratulate or babatiin na friend,” Francine said.
The actress said that if she’s subjected to some bashing, she often would just ignore them.
“Dine-deadma ko lang eh kasi halos lahat ng hate comments na sinasabi sa akin yung walang katotohanan, na tipong gumagawa sila ng image ko na masama at alam ko sa sarili ko na hindi ako yun and hindi naman ako perfect pero yung ginagawa nilang image ko mas grabe talaga. And mas ginugusto ko na deadmahin na lang kasi alam ko naman sa sarili ko kung ano yung totoo at ano yung hindi,” Francine said.
She also said that she’s always extra careful about clicking any form of reactions on social media posts.
“Sobrang maingat din ako kasi nila-like ko lang din talaga kung ano yung gusto ko. Hindi ako ma-click, more on like,” said the actress, who will also take on a new role in the anthology series titled “Click, Like, Share.”
Francine, however, admitted that she would react on things that are familiar or related to her, such as in K-pop group posts or those posted by Dreamscape.
“Mostly mga K-pop group especially sa EXO or yung mga post ng Dreamscape sa Huwag Kang Mangamba, ganun. Yung related sa amin and wala ng iba,” Francine said.
The new series, “Click, Like, Share,” tells the stories of teenagers who rely on social media to express themselves and connect with others, but would later on bring danger into their lives.
Francine Carrel Saenz Diaz, more popularly known as Francine Diaz, is a Filipina actress and endorser. She was born on January 27, 2004 and starred in a range of television series, including Be My Lady, We Will Survive, Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin, and The Blood Sisters. She rose to prominence and came to be known for her first leading role as Cassandra Mondragon in the TV series Kadenang Ginto. Francine is the third out of the six children of Joaquin Diaz and Merdick Saenz. Her siblings are Chantal, Cameron, Carmela, Courtney, and Eisa. At some point in her life, she and her family moved to many places because they had a hard time paying for their house rent and debt for buying food to live when her father was sent home because of the crisis he experienced as an OFW. At a very young age, she already experienced so many struggles in life for her and for her family to live comfortably so she became the breadwinner of the family.
About two months ago, Francine revealed she opted to remain as a Kapamilya star despite several job offers from other networks. The actress said this when she renewed her exclusive contract with ABS-CBN. She said she was offered jobs in other networks and was convinced to transfer. It was her who decided to remain with ABS-CBN for she considers the network as her family. She will be starring in a new Kapamilya series, “Huwag Kang Mangamba” that will start airing in March.
This month, Francine Diaz admitted that actress-comedienne Melai Cantiveros helped her pay the utility bills of her family. At the time, Francine was just starting out her career as an actress and still has to make a name for herself. For her part, Melai said she never considered it a big deal and said it’s her obligation to share the many blessings she received.
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