Body shaming knows no bounds and actress Chie Filomeno I learned this the hard way because she was always beaten because of her looks, especially because of her thin body.
“I’m just like those little girls na sinasabihan na ‘kumain ka nga, kumakain ka ba?’” Filomeno revealed in an interview with the support cast of “A Very Good Girl,” Sunday, September 24.
In the film “A Very Good Girl” starring Kathry Bernardo and Dolly de Leon, Filomeno plays Zab, a tactless girl and girl toy at the same time, who gets what she wants.
At the media con for the promotion of their film, Filomeno said she refused to be bothered by tactless comments about her weight because she believes she will be fine “as long as you know you are healthy inside and out. “
The actress also admitted that she isn’t all sweet goodness to her fans and bashers, explaining that “we all have bad days.” “We get hurt. We are only human. We get hurt, we cry and then we laugh,” she said.
And if she’s gotten out of bed on the wrong side, her bashers can be sure she’ll be fined resounding blow.
“Sumasagot ako. Patatahimikin is, in a way, one of the best haters and bashers. Matatapang is one of the most popular keyboards. I don’t want to give them that power when they can no longer do it,” she explained. (I answer. I will lock you up in a way that is philosophical for the haters, the bashers. They are only brave behind their keyboards. I don’t want to give them the power to belittle me).
Philomeno was also accused of ‘not embracing’ her Filipina beauty after admitting in the past that she had a nose job to improve her appearance. She replied to her bashers that it is her money that she spends on her beauty treatments.
However, she admitted that her weakness is her family, and it hurts her when her bashers target her family just to criticize her. To her, other people’s opinions of her don’t matter if she doesn’t know them personally. What matters to her is the opinion of those closest to her.
Filomeno is currently dating the “The Iron Heart” actor. Jake Cuencapreviously claimed that she is his TOTGA, or “the one who got away.” EDV