- Lolit Solis agreed with the statement of Dingdong Dantes about how one should not feel ashamed or be afraid if he or she becomes COVID-positive
- The veteran columnist said that those who got infected with the disease were not at fault and so there is no reason for them to hide it
- She said that anyone can get infected, particularly during this time when the pandemic is still very much present
- Nay Lolit also said that like Dingdong who didn’t even know where he got it, the best thing to do is to accept it in case one gets infected
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Lolit Solis took to Instagram to express her approval of the recent statement of Dingdong Dantes about how a person should not feel shame or be afraid if one gets infected with COVID.
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Recently, Dingdong uploaded a video on his official Facebook account to share his and his family’s COVID experience.
Citing the actor’s revelation in an IG post, Lolit said Dingdong was right in saying having COVID should not be a cause for one to feel shame or fear.
“Tama naman si Dingdong Dantes, Salve. Hindi dapat ikahiya o ikatakot kung nagkaruon ka ng covid. Walang masama kung tinamaan ka nito,” Nay Lolit wrote in an IG post.
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She said those who got infected by the disease were not at fault as anyone could become COVID-positive.
“Wala kang kasalanan, kaya bakit mo ililihim ? Sakit iyan na parte ng pandemic, kaya lahat puwede magkaruon, dapat ngang malaman nila na talagang dapat todo ingat dahil lahat puwede kapitan nito. Hindi dapat itinatago o ikinahihiya,” the veteran columnist wrote further in her post.
Reiterating what she said about anyone could get it, Nay Lolit said that as the revelation of Dingdong shows, he doesn’t even know where he got it.
“Gaya nga ng nangyari kay Dingdong Dantes na hindi alam kung saan nahawa. Kung lahat open na tanggapin meron sila covid, sana maiiwasan at hindi sila makapang hahawa,” she said.
The veteran columnist then said now that there are medical ways to deal with the disease, this is not the time to be afraid.
“Ngayon na alam na ng lahat ang gamot, at paraan para gumaling ang may covid wala ng dapat ikatakot. Dapat talagang mag ingat ang lahat para matapos na ito. Alis na covid , over staying ka na,” Nay Lolit wrote.
Lolit Solis is a Pinay talk show host, entertainment news writer, talent manager and showbiz columnist. She was born on May 20, 1947 in the city of Manila. According to the veteran columnist, she spent her early life in a poor section of Lardizabal in Sampaloc, Manila. She has made numerous controversial remarks about known celebrities. She was also involved in the infamous 1994 Manila Film Scandal, where she induced several actors and actresses to announce different names as winners.
The veteran columnist recently shared her thoughts on Vice Ganda’s revelation that he declined offers for him to run for politics. She praised Vice for recognizing his strengths and weaknesses, and for focusing on what he does best – entertaining people. The entertainment columnist added that Ion Perez is blessed to be in a relationship with someone like Vice. Furthermore, Lolit recalled how stars like Nora Aunor and Robin Padilla ran for politics in the past but lost despite their popularity.
She also took to Instagram and expressed her thoughts in response to Kris Aquino's post clarifying what transpired between her and Mel Sarmiento. One of the things that the veteran columnist zeroed in was the alleged manner by which Mel Sarmiento broke up with her. Manay Lolit could not help but call the act of Mel, allegedly breaking up with Kris through a text message, as "gross." She also mentioned previously that it was better for Kris and Mel to have broken off because even before, it would seem that Mel had been doing "palpak" things.