Maxene Magalona pens post for those going through hard times: “Here is a smile”
- Maxene Magalona recently shared a black-and-white photo showing her smiling
- Along with the photo, the 36-year-old actress penned an uplifting caption
- She dedicated her post for those who are going through hard times
- Max likewise included a couple hashtags that read “#fearlessfriday” and “#faithfulfriday”
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Maxene Magalona has recently taken to social media to share a new uplifting post.
Her post shows a black-and-white photo showing her smiling.
In the caption, Maxene wrote a message for people who are going through hard times.
“Here is a smile for those who are going through hard times and dealing with things they don’t talk about,” she expressed.
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“Please keep going. Even if you are alone. We’ve got this,” Max continued.
The 36-year-old actress also optimistically wrote, “The process may be slow and intricate but always remember—God is in the details.”
Alongside her message, Maxene greeted her followers, “Happy #fearlessfriday + #faithfulfriday.”
See her post below:
Maxene Magalona is an actress and social media star in the Philippines. Her father is the late rap legend Francis Magalona. The actress revealed in May 2020 that she has been seeing a psychiatrist due to her mental illness. She used to be married to Rob Manquil but they have already broken up and have gone separate ways. However, it is not yet known as of this writing if they have new partners already.
Recently, Maxene took time to share an Instagram post to remember her late father, Francis Magalona. She penned a heartfelt message for the Master Rapper on his 14th death anniversary. In her post, Maxene expressed how much the Magalona family misses Kiko. Along with her message, Max also shared a photo of herself hugging a post on which Kiko’s image is painted.
Maxene also gave her thoughts and views on karma. She explained that people should not be scared of karma and that it does not only pertain to bad things happening to bad people. The mental health advocate shared that due to karma, people who do good and selfless actions will receive blessings. Maxene then advised people to take their actions seriously since people get what they give.
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