Angel Locsin clarified her statements addressed to the artist that kept their silence amid the shutdown of ABS-CBN.
In her Instagram story, Locsin said that joining rallies are not the only way to express their support to the Kapamilya network.
Locsin also apologized for the people who got offended by her social media posts, explaining that she felt that this was the right time for celebrities to speak.
“Uulitin ko, pag hinihikayat magsalita, hindi ibig sabihin un mag rally na sa kalsada. There are many ways to show support. Iba yung takot sa covid, iba yung ayaw lang talaga,” Locsin 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. Uulitin ko, magkaiba po ang magsalita sa lumabas,” she added.
“Magkaisa tayo at wag magpagamit,” she also said.
Some celebrities like Jane De Leon and Alessandra De Rossi refused to join rallies in support of ABS-CBN because of the current situation of the country.
The actress was vocal on defending ABS-CBN and some even accused her of being affected just because she’s a top stockholder of the broadcasting company.
However, the actress repeatedly denied that she’s defending ABS-CBN because of her stocks and vowed to donate it if gain profit.
“Mine is payable for 5 years. Wala pa po sa half ang nabayad ko kaya sa understanding ko, HINDI PA PO PAGMAMAY-ARI ANG STOCKS na yun,” Locsin said.