Pokwang sa tanong kung may obligasyon ba ang anak sa magulang: "Para sakin, no"

Pokwang sa tanong kung may obligasyon ba ang anak sa magulang: "Para sakin, no"

- Pokwang, an actress-comedienne, recently discussed a viral topic on her Instagram page

- On the photo-sharing app, Pokwang posed a question if its the kids responsibility to take care of their parents when they're older

- For the Kapuso star, this is a no, saying it would be better if her kids lived their lives properly and took care of their own kids

- Needless to say, Pokwang's opinion on the matter has caused a buzz on her social media

Pokwang, a prominent figure in show business, recently stirred social media buzz as she penned an answer to a viral online topic.

On her Instagram page, Pokwang addressed the common question if kids are obliged to take care of their parents when they grow old.

Pokwang sa tanong kung may obligasyon ba ang anak sa magulang: "Para sakin, no"
Pokwang sa tanong kung may obligasyon ba ang anak sa magulang: "Para sakin, no" (@itspokwang27)
Source: Instagram

According to the actress-comedienne, for her, it should not be the kids' responsibility to take care of their parents when they are older.

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For Pokwang, it would be better if the kids fixed or lived their lives properly, as well as their future children, which would make her happy.

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"Responsibilidad ba ng anak na tulungan ang kanilang magulang kapag sila ay matanda na? Para sakin, NO! Basta ayusin lang nila buhay nila at itaguyod ang mga anak nila ng maayos, masaya na ako," she wrote.
Pokwang sa tanong kung may obligasyon ba ang anak sa magulang: "Para sakin, no"
Screenshot from @itspokwang27 on Instagram
Source: Instagram

Marietta Subong, or Pokwang, is among the most well-loved comediennes in the industry. Her frank and motherly ways are always "patok" among Filipinos. She used to be with ABS-CBN but moved to GMA during the pandemic. Some of her popular movies are “Call Center,” “A Mother’s Story,” and “Edsa Woolworth.” She has two daughters, Mae and Malia. Her split with Lee O'Brian has caused a buzz on social media.

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As previously reported by KAMI, Pokwang and her daughters, Ria Mae and Malia, gave an in-depth tour of their enormous new house on their YouTube channel. They started with the outdoors, giving glimpses of their garage, garden, and the shrine for Mama Mary. Inside the house, Pokwang and company showed the living area, kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, gym, walking closet, balcony, and bedrooms.

Meanwhile, Pokwang, a prominent figure in showbiz, has recently stirred buzz on social media. On Instagram, Pokwang aired yet another message dedicated to her bashers. This was after her bashers called her "bitter" and told her to "move on." According to Pokwang, a lot of people have come to ask for her lawyer's number.

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