Gerald Anderson, nagbigay ng saloobin tungkol sa mga taong judgmental: “maraming feeling perfect”

Gerald Anderson, nagbigay ng saloobin tungkol sa mga taong judgmental: “maraming feeling perfect”

- Gerald Anderson recently gave his take on some people whom he referred to as judgmental

- He said while everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, nobody has the right to judge another person

- The actor also said that if someone wants to live the way he or she wants it to be, then people should leave it at that

- Gerald poured out his sentiments over an interview with Julia Barretto and vlogger Dave Dalisay

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Gerald Anderson, in a recent interview with friend and vlogger Dave Dalisay, gave his own take on people whom he regarded as judgmental.

Gerald Anderson, nagbigay ng saloobin tungkol sa mga taong judgmental: “maraming feeling perfect”
Photo: Gerald Anderson and Julia Barretto (@andersongeraldjr)
Source: Instagram

The actor, who is with GF Julia Barretto in the same interview, says that no one has the right to judge another person.

He said that even if celebrities like him and Julia Barretto are considered public figures, with their lives opened to all, there should be a limit to the meddling of some people.

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He also pointed out that most of the times, celebrities get judged by the public based only on what they see on social media.

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Julia agreed, saying that social media is truly different from what happens in real life.

“Social media is different from real life. So, be you,” the actress offered.

Gerald also said that while everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, and many people always have opinions about other people and things, it should not go beyond expressing an opinion.

“Wala tayong karapatang mag-judge. Lahat naman tayo may karapatan sa opinyon natin. At maraming tao na laging may opinyon tungkol sa ibang tao at tungkol sa ibang bagay. Pero dapat hanggang doon lang,” the actor stressed.

He also said that if a certain celebrity wanted to live his or her life in a particular manner, other people should let it be.

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“Kumbaga, kung gusto niyang mamuhay sa ganoong paraan o ano, choice niya iyan, di ba? Wala tayong karapatan mag-judge,” Gerald explained.

The actor also lamented the penchant of many people in calling out even the slightest mistakes or misstep of celebrities.

“Maraming perfect sa mundo. Maraming feeling perfect,” the actor said.

Dave also gave his own take, saying that even for just one mistake, the public immediately forgets the numerous good things that a celebrity has done.

Gerald agreed, saying that it’s the same with many things, like for instance in a job where one is always on time but when the same person is late, then it becomes a really bad mark.

In his case, the actor said that he often chooses to just understand all his haters because they are already convinced about what they believe.

He said that as a celebrity and an ordinary person, he would just wake up every morning and just do his best as a human being.

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Gerald Randolph Opsima Anderson Jr, better known as Gerald Anderson, is a Filipino-American actor best known for his lead roles in various TV soap operas like Sana Maulit Muli, My Girl, Tayong Dalawa, Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo, Budoy, and as Fredo in Dyesebel. He was hailed as the "Prince of Philippine Movies and Television" twice and "Most Popular Loveteam" thrice with former on-screen partner, Kim Chiu at the Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards. After proving his skills and talent in acting through his performance in his teleseryes most especially in Tayong Dalawa and Budoy, he is now being dubbed as the "Action Drama Prince" in Philippine Television.

Gerald and Julia, in the same interview with friend Dave Dalisay, also talked about love and romance. The couple gave their friend some tips about relationships. They said a person should stay in a relationship if it makes him happy, gives him purpose, and inspires him to work. According to Gerald, a person will know and feel it in his heart if his partner is the right one.

The couple also has recently thrown tons of 'kilig' vibes on social media due to their sweet online interaction. Just recently, the 24-year-old actress held an Instagram live video in which her co-stars in "Di Na Muli" also joined in. However, before Marco Gumabao and Marco Gallo could join, Gerald Anderson briefly joined the IG live of his girlfriend. All throughout the live, Julia could be seen smiling as Gerald left several cute comments in the video.


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