- Lea Salonga took the time to respond to Twitter users who were discussing the viral video in the dressing room
- The internationally-renowned singer and actress didn't like the "attitude of entitlement" ng mga tao
- For the singer, those people with such kind of attitude would always get the "sh*t" from her
- She also mentioned in a tweet that those who entered her dressing room also rushed her on the dance floor after the show
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Lea Salonga took to Twitter and answered some users who were discussing the viral video, wherein a number of Filipinos tried entering her dressing room just to be able to take a photo with her.
In the video, one of those who went there said that G. Tongi, one of the producers of "Here Lies Love," was their friend.
Later on, it was found out by Lea that G does not even know who they are.
One netizen tweeted about her feelings, saying that she felt some Filipino fans are the most entitled ones out there.
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This elicited a reply from Lea, where she actually cursed the said attitude.
"That attitude of entitlement gets a "f*** that s***" from me.
In another tweet, she also mentioned that those who entered her dressing room also rushed her on the dance floor after the show.
"Oh, I neglected to mention that he and his companions rushed me on the dance floor after the show. Security had to surround me at that point because they got scared."
Maria Lea Carmen Imutan Salonga is an award-winning international singer and actress. She became known around the world when she got the role of 'Kim' in the musical Miss Saigon for which she won a Tony Award. She is also the first Asian woman to get this award. Lea is also known for being the singing voice of several Disney Princess characters, Jasmine and Mulan.
She also took to Twitter and addressed the claims of the fans who went to her dressing room for a picture. One of the fans explained that her friend named G. Tongi was among the producers of "Here Lies Love." In a tweet, Lea responded to a netizen where she said that she checked in with G, and the latter said that she does not know them and that security measures have already been tightened
The singer, in a post, lamented the proliferation of rude people on social media. The internationally-acclaimed and multi-awarded singer and actress said that one can get this feeling when reading the “comments section of certain posts.” She said some of the comments reveal one’s “character or lack thereof,” adding that there were some who are disrespectful and felt entitled. Lea, however, still expressed her gratitude that not all people on social media are like that.
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