People love watching kids’ antics on national television. But sometimes, they forget that kids also have problems that could impact their developmental growth. Kulot’s tearful confession on It’s Showtime tugged people’s hearts because of how negatively her father’s unfaithfulness affected her. Though most people would find the situation awkward during a noontime variety show, the hosts handled the circumstance well and diverted the audience’s attention. However, may the child’s revelation be a wake-up call to parents.
The Blackpink two-day concert was the weekend’s highlight, with fans from all walks of life showing their support. During the event, Andrea took the opportunity to “prompose” or ask her beau, Ricci Rivero, to go to prom with her. Young love is often refreshing, but the effort struck the wrong chord with Blackpink fans and other young netizens. But besides her star status in showbiz, Andrea is still human and a fan, like everyone else, so making her first prom memorable is no crime.
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As Rachel Green said in Friends, “No uterus, no opinion.” Yet it seems the former senator didn’t know about it because he couldn’t help commenting on the proposed Menstrual Leave Act. Most people, especially men, don’t understand that menstruation causes extreme uneasiness in women and often manifests in physical discomfort. If bleeding monthly and feeling like being gut punched by a jackhammer isn’t enough to gain public concern, then how can we as a society say that the Philippines is embracing inclusivity?
Following the James Reid and Issa Pressman “jowa reveal,” Ericka posted cryptic messages on Instagram hinting that what goes around comes around. At this point, netizens focused on how the revelation coincided with James and Nadine Lustre’s relationship timeline, so they disregarded Ericka’s because they didn’t believe she was a victim in the entire connection.