- Jed Madela couldn't contain his anger as he expressed his feelings on social media for stolen pasalubong items.
- He said that locks of their luggages were already broken and the children's pasalubongs are nowhere to be found
- Netizens were quick to share Jed's sentiments and likewise expressed their own frustrations
Jed Madela and some participants in the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) came home happy, except for one thing.
The luggages of the children who participated were somehow ransacked with locks broken.
KAMI saw that this was the sentiment of Jed as they encountered an unpleasant scenario at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
KAMI saw that according to the post of Jed, the luggage of the delegates were broken into and their valuables, including pasalubong were stolen.
“Yes, we are back home! And we are happy! Except for one thing,” Madela posted.
“Whoever broke into the luggages [sic] of our delegates and stole their ‘pasalubongs’ for their families, SHAME ON YOU!”
His heart went out to the delegates bcause they saved so much for the trip, and to make sure that they bring back gifts for their loved ones.
He also stated, "Bagahe ng ilang delegates sira na ang lock at madami na nawala sa mga laman.”
The delegates gave the Philippines smething to be proud of, having won about 300 medals.
Jed Madela is one of the most renowned singers in the country. He is well-recognized for his high voice and singing prowess.
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