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TM was assumed to be talking to someone asking if one of her talents (OT) could play the villainess role opposite non-singer actress (NA). Although nothing that TM does could still shock people, her feisty reply caught the attention of people nearby. TM began calmly, and then burst into “What? You expect OT to play contravida to NA??? P****g i***g yun!” Then, in a more peeved tone, TM said, “OT has been with your network for some time, and you still cannot give her the stardom she deserves!”
Come to think of it, OT has indeed been with the network for a time ever since she left her original stable. OT has tried doing the range of roles, and even tried following the steps of a sibling by posing in a magazine. Still, she has been relegated to doing supporting roles, and usually she does play a good villain. Meanwhile, NA has been known to have turned down a role that practically made the career of another actress (AA) a household name. At that time, NA was supposed to star with a franchise actor (FA) of the network. NA turned down that role because she said she was prioritizing her studies. Because of that, AA and FA rose to fame, and AA now miles ahead in celebrity status than NA.
We can only speculate why TM labelled NA that way. Was it because NA seems to be having successive relationships? While maintaining her good girl image, the latest is that NA is now happily involved with a scion of a famous showbiz clan.
Perhaps, OT can learn a thing or two from respected American actor, Sidney Poitier, “A good deed here, a good deed there, a good thought here, a good comment there, all added up to my career in one way or another.”
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