- Cherie Gil is at it again as she opens up about her stance on the Pinoy tradition of 'beso'
- According to the seasoned actress, there are many youngsters nowadays who does this instead of 'mano' when they see their elders
- Cherie recently went viral when she commented on people who called her 'tita'
After airing her thoughts about people who call her 'tita', Cherie Gil is now opening up about the local tradition of kissing a person upon greeting or 'beso.'
KAMI learned that the seasoned actress prefers 'mano' or taking an elder's hand and putting it against the forehead to show respect over 'beso.'
In an interview with GMA, Cherie said:
Yung beso nila, di ba, may mga nagbebeso minsan sa noo, sa ilong. Di ba, huwag na lang magbeso. May isa pang nagbebeso, nagbebend pa dito [sabay turo sa dibidb]. I already said it, 'Don't kiss if you don't do it naturally.'
Cherie became a trending topic recently thanks to her comment about people calling her 'tita.'
According to the local celebrity, only her nieces and nephews are allowed to call her 'tita.'
Madami 'yan, mga AD [assistant director], 'Tita, dito po kayo.' 'A, excuse me, kailan pa kita naging kamag-anak?'
In a previous report by KAMI, Cherie Gil gets honest about young actors & crew members calling her ‘tita’.
Cherie Gil was born on June 21, 1963. She is a Filipino actress who has been acting in TV series, films, and theatrical productions since she was 9 years old. w-members-calling-tita.html#92364
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