- Traffic and slow speed internet are problems not only of the masses because even celebs complain about them
- There are several celebs who hate traffic and even complain about slow internet
- Some of them include Sharon Cuneta, Bianca Gonzalez and the latest of which is Gary Valenciano
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One could often hear people complain about having slow internet and terrible traffic.
It’a surprising to know that even celebs who may have drivers and hi-speed connections still complain about these things.
It would seem that even a huge income couldn’t do anything to alleviate the woes that these problems bring.
Prior to her concert, Sharon vented about the possibility of not making it to her rehearsals because of the traffic.
For someone as active as Gary V, he surely would have wanted to have fast Internet. Lately though, Mr. Pure Energy took to socmed to complain about the internet.
The actress may have earned much but with diesel prices going up to P57 a liter, she simply couldn't take it!
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Young actress Maris Racal likewise complained about gas prices, albeit more subtle.
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The beauty queen complained about the toll gate on the Skyway simply because it caused so much traffic back in January.
The husband of Maricel Laxa complained also about the same toll gate when he was about to miss his flight considering that it caused a 3-hour delay.
Just like Anthony, director Erik Matti also complained about traffic at the Skyway, especially at the toll gate.
So it isn't only the madlang pipol who complain about traffic, gas prices and slow internet. Even celebs do too!
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