Pokwang, nagtitinda sa kalsada, naging katulong, bago maging artista

Pokwang, nagtitinda sa kalsada, naging katulong, bago maging artista

- Pokwang is not ashamed of her past, such that she took really odd jobs just to earn money

- She used to sell all kinds of stuff like softdrinks and kakanin, in the streets of Antipolo

- She even experienced becoming a kasambahay during high school in order to study

- The comedienne did not receive any salary for the services rendered, except that she will be sent to school by her employers, who also happened to be a teacher

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Pokwang's past may not be the smoothest of roads considering that she had experienced doing all kinds of jobs just to earn money, to the point of having to work in high school.

Pokwang, nagtitinda sa kalsada, naging katulong, bago maging artista
Photo: Pokwang (@itspokwang27)
Source: Instagram

According to the actress, in her interview in "Tunay na Buhay," she sold all kinds of stuff on the street.

They would also sell in front of the church.

In high school, since there's not enough money to send all of them to school, she worked as a kasambahay.

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Back then, she did not receive any salary, except that she would be sent to school by her employer.

The comedienne also narrated a part of her later life when she was already in Abu Dhabi where she worked as an OFW.

She also emotionally remembered how her eldest child died while she was abroad. The worst part was that she was not allowed to go home by her agency.

Pokwang is a Filipino actress. She is a comedienne and an endorser too. She currently has two daughters.

Pokwang reacted to a netizen’s claim that she met her partner Lee O’Brian through a dating site. She denied this and explained that she and Lee met while making a movie together. According to Pokwang, the netizen behind the post should stop spreading lies. The comedienne also seemed to want the NBI to take action regarding the fake news.

She took to Instagram and shared a video of her daughter, Malia, helping do the laundry. Malia seemed to enjoy doing the chore as if she really knew what she was doing. The celebrity mom wrote a funny caption instructing the little girl about doing other chores. Netizens found the video cute and praised Malia for what she was doing.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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