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Netizens claim that Angel Locsin’s IG story is her response to the viral tweets of Alessandra de Rossi


Angel Locsin took to social media to clarify her earlier statement calling on her fellow celebrities not to remain silent and use their voice following the decision of some lawmakers to shut down ABS-CBN for good.



Through an Instagram Story Thursday afternoon, Locsin explained that speaking up does not mean going out to join rallies.



“There are many ways to show support. Iba ‘yung takot sa COVID, iba ‘yung ayaw lang talaga,” she said.



“Kung may na-offend, I apologize dahil nasaktan ko kayo. Pero hindi dahil sa sinabi kong magsalita kayo. Dahil kailangan talaga nating magsalita ngayon,” she added.



To end her post, Locsin called for unity and said: “Magkaisa tayo at ‘wag magpagamit.”



However, many netizens assume that Angel’s IG story is somehow pertaining to Alessandra de Rossi.



Recently, in a series of tweets, de Rossi explained that she opts not to attend such gatherings as a personal precaution.



“May COVID, maawa ka,” she replied to one follower who noted that de Rossi has so far expressed her protest through social media. “Tsaka di ako okay (mentally) pag maraming tao. Birthday party nga, di ako umaattend, rally pa?”



De Rossi also brought up that divisiveness the issue has caused, writing: “At this point, pag lumaban ka, mayabang ka. Pag nanahimik ka, wala kang paki. Pag pray ka na lang, inasa mo kay Lord. Yung totoo?”



Replying to one follower who said that “silence favors the oppressor,” de Rossi said different people have different ways of expressing themselves.



That is why many netizens claim that Angel’s IG story is her response to Alessandra’s statement.



On July 20, Locsin made a similar post saying no one is asking anybody to go to a rally.



Locsin is among the celebrities who have been actively criticizing the denial of ABS-CBN’s franchise bid.



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