- Kylie Padilla once again shared a noteworthy post on social media
- Her post bears a message about not taking anything personally
- It expounds why people should care less about other’s opinions and actions
- Her followers then could not help but agree to the actress’ post
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Kylie Padilla’s new meaningful post is making the rounds on social media.
KAMI learned that on her Instagram page on Wednesday, the actress shared an art card with texts about not taking anything personally.
“Don't Take Anything Personally”
“Nothing other do is because of you.”
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“What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream.”
“When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won't be the victim of needless suffering.”
The celebrity mom’s noteworthy post then garnered various reactions from netizens. Here are some of the comments:
“Paano maging matatag gaya mo?”
“Thank you for this...I needed this today”
“Very well said.”
Kylie Padilla is an actress in the Philippines who work for the Kapuso network. Her parents are famous actor Robin Padilla and his former wife, Liezl Sicangco. She is married to actor Aljur Abrenica and they now have two sons named Alas Joaquin and Axl Romeo. Kylie and Aljur had started dating in 2011 until they broke up in 2014, after which they got back together again in September 2016 and finally got married on December 11, 2018. However, they broke up again in 2021.
Previously, Kylie shared on social media a meaningful quote. The post she shared on her Instagram Stories was about people who aren't happy for others. It says that those people are probably not happy for themselves as well. The actress created the IG story with song “Love Myself” by Hailee Steinfeld as background music.
Earlier, Kylie posted a series of fiery now-deleted tweets against veteran columnist Cristy Fermin. In her tweets, the actress told Nanay Cristy, "GROW UP. Ang tatanda niyo na". Nanay Cristy then took to her program, 'Cristy Ferminute,' to hit back at Kylie. On the same day, KAMI learned that “Cristy Fermin” became a trending topic on Twitter Philippines.