- Neri Naig-Miranda gave ABS-CBN News an interview about her controversial ₱1,000-weekly meal plan
- According to Neri, her post about the ₱1,000-meal plan was an old one, and it had been shared before
- Although she acknowledged that she hadn't included a disclaimer in the original post, she clarified that her old posts contained such disclaimers
- The Wais na Misis is also focusing more on her supporters than her bashers
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In a recent interview with ABS-CBN News via Josiah Antonio, actress and entrepreneur Neri Naig-Miranda candidly addressed the controversy surrounding her ₱1,000-meal plan for one week, which had sparked discussions and criticism on social media.
Neri, who has been known for sharing her personal insights and tips on various topics, including budgeting and meal planning, shared her perspective on the issue. She explained that her post about the ₱1,000-meal plan was an old one, and it had been shared before the government introduced similar guidelines. She emphasized that she wasn't paying much attention to the negative comments, stating, "I'm not focused on them."
The actress revealed that she had been creating meal plans long before her son Miggy was born, and many of her followers were already familiar with her approach. While she acknowledged that she hadn't included a disclaimer in the original post, she clarified that her old posts contained such disclaimers.
Naig-Miranda expressed her gratitude for her followers who appreciate and learn from her tips. She shared that she remains unfazed by negative comments and memes directed at her, emphasizing her focus on helping her followers with budgeting, time management, and other aspects of their lives. She assured, "I'm okay."
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Regarding the overwhelming support she's received, Neri Naig-Miranda was taken aback by the magnitude of it. She has received messages from people who have reached out to her in concern and support, and she expressed her gratitude to those who understand and follow her on social media. She noted that her husband, Chito Miranda of Parokya ni Edgar, had wisely advised her to focus on the positive and supportive individuals in her life.
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“Because open na open naman sa social media, a lot of people naman parang ‘opinyon ko ‘to eh’ so parang, hindi kasi ako nag-fo-focus sa kanila. But okay, kagaya ng sinabi ko sa isang interview medyo old post na ‘yon bago may nilabas sa gobyerno, so they just used it.
"And before Miggy pa, ginagawa ko na ‘yong meal plans, and marami namang mga followers ko na alam ‘yong mga sinasabi ko — hindi ko lang nilagay ‘yong disclaimer before because I was just, unang-una, 2:30 a.m. na yata ko ginawa ‘yon kasi nag-Canva-Canva pa ‘ko and all, parang inayos ko talaga siya. Hindi lang ako naglagay ng disclaimer but sa mga old post ko, mayro’n siya.
"Regarding sa mga negative na sinasabi sa ’kin, you know what, ang dami-dami nang sinabi sa ’kin, ang dami nang binato sa ’kin, ang dami nang memes or ang daming mga negative ano, but I’m still here, I’m okay. And naka-focus kasi ako sa mga followers ko na natutulungan ko... Kagaya nga ng tinatanong mo paano na-ba-budget, paano na-ma-manage ‘yong oras namin bilang wife, bilang mommy, and bilang negosyante. So, do’n lang ako naka-focus. Kung tatanungin, I’m okay,” Neri said.
Chito Miranda is a famous music artist known as the frontman of the iconic OPM band Parokya Ni Edgar. On December 13, 2014, he married Neri Naig, an actress and entrepreneur in the Philippines. They have an adorable firstborn named Miggy. In October 2021, Neri gave birth to their second child Manuel Alfonso Miranda, whose nickname is Cash.
Earlier, Neri had plans to create an even more detailed weekly meal plan. On Instagram, Chito recently posted about his wife's viral Php 1,000-week meal plan. According to Chito, his wife, Neri, simply wanted to help her followers with their budget. He then revealed that Neri has since deleted her original posts on social media.
As previously reported by KAMI, Neri could not help but turn emotional after seeing her husband's surprise birthday party for her. On Saturday, September 9, Chito posted a video of Neri's reaction to his surprise. Upon seeing their closest friends around, Neri cried as she gave Chito a hug. Needless to say, Chito expressed his happiness upon being able to surprise Neri.
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