- Bianca Gonzalez’s tweet on the anniversary of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos’s declaration of Martial Law went viral
- She urged the Filipino youth to watch a video by CARMMA PH that shows millennials talking to the victims of Martial Law
- According to Bianca, the Martial Law victims are real people who suffered under the dictatorship
- The popular host urged the youth to watch the 4-minute video so that the human rights violations during that period would not be forgotten
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Bianca Gonzalez took to social media on the anniversary of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos’s declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines 49 years ago.
KAMI learned that Bianca urged the Filipino youth to watch a video by CARMMA PH that shows millennials – who were not aware of the Martial Law atrocities before the interview – talking to the victims of Martial Law.
The TV host emphasized in her post that the Martial Law victims are real people who suffered under the dictatorship.
She urged the youth to watch the 4-minute video so that the human rights violations during that period would not be forgotten.
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“Para sa mga kabataan who want to know more, hindi gawa gawa ang kwento ng mga Martial Law victims.
“Totoong tao sila, mga anak, kapatid, magulang, lolo't lola. 4 minutes lang itong video, iniimbitahan kitang panoorin: #NeverForget #NeverAgain,” Bianca tweeted.
Bianca Gonzalez-Intal married basketball player, JC Intal, on December 4, 2014, in El Nido, Palawan. She is a host and a UNICEF supporter.
The star also became a PBB housemate and eventually became a host on the said show. The celebrity mom gave birth to Lucia Martine on October 23, 2015 and to Carmen on October 29, 2018.
In a past report by KAMI, Bianca got heartbroken after Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna died in a helicopter crash. The star said that Kobe was a big influence in her life even if she is not an athlete.
She also went viral after posting an apology regarding her controversial tweet on Christine Dacera’s death. According to Bianca, she tweeted that there was a crime that took place because of conflicting reports about the said case. Netizens praised her for being mature enough to apologize for her mistake.