Thursday, March 28, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Drew Arellano Will Lose His Cool If People Take Photos of Sons Without Asking Permission

Image courtesy of Twitter: DrewArellano

50 comments:

  1. Tama! Dont make kuha photos of your neighbor dont asking request or permit! Where your GMRC and etikette?

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  2. Not cool guise. Wag ang mga bata. Si Daddy na lang with free hug pa. Laview!

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  3. Tama!!! People shouldn't take pictures of his babies. That's not cool!

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  4. True. Pinagtatawanan ako ng mga friends ko kasi nagpapaalam pa ako sa kanila if they're kids will be on my pics. Lol.

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    1. I think more of strangers taking pictures of his kids. Iba kasi kapag hindi mo kakilala lalo na maliliit pa. Hindi pa alam ng mga bata kung ano nangyayari at kung bakit madaming tao kilala sila. For safety reasons siguro kaya medyo nag freak out si padir.

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    2. Same here. Although I have a lot of pamangkin pics, I don't post them out of respect to their parents.

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    3. On Drew, wag din post ng post ng picture nung bata sa internet kung na feel na naviviolate ang privacy. Kasi the more na ineexpose ang mga babies, people think that they are also celebrities and are public property.

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    4. Hindi pwedeng yung mga rude na tao ang magcontrol ng sarili? Sige sila daw mag aadjust sa inyo. Maygad anong logic yan.

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    5. hindi mo kontrolado mga tao kahit na magkukuda ka ng magkukuda, the moment that you post your pictures in public may mga ibang mag rerepost ng mga photos mo. So as an adult, protect your children.

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  5. Medyo alarming rin naman when someone’s taking a pic of the kid. Malay natin for sindicate na yan etc

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    1. dapat yung parents din mismo wag masyadong i expose sa socmed mga anak nila dahil nagiging vulnerable targets ng mga masasamang loob.

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    2. hindi lang yan pagpapapicture sa public, pwede din i grab yung mga cute photos ng mga bata from socmed.

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    3. If private naman ang social media accounts ng parents and pure family and friends lang yung andun, I think ok lang magpost ng pictures ng mga kids. To each his own, I guess.

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    4. 11:17 correct!pwede naman yun basta kayo kayo lang nakakakita.

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  6. Oo nga naman. Punta na lang kayo sa social media nila mag-asawa. Hundreds of photos of their kids already there. Photos galore

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    1. Yan yung mga pa hypocrite na post ng mga artista.Triggered pero kuntodo post.

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  7. Pero todo sa socmed si Iya of her 2 cute boys, and primo has his own ig account pa. I mean, if you want privacy for the kids and really want to protect them, wag mo ilatag like that their faces in socmed especially if public ang account mo. Just saying.

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    1. Nagets mo ba yung point ni Drew? Ang point nya is strangers taking pictures of their kids. Siguro kapag may nakita kang celebrity, hindi ka marunong magpaalam

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    2. Iya is the mother. May right sya magsnap and magpost ng pics ng anak nya. As for the strangers...

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    3. Not an excuse to take their pics without parents' permission.

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    4. Agree with you 7:52.

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    5. Napakafeeling entitled nyo naman, even normal people create social media accounts for their kids. Dahil lang tamad kayo lumapit sa parents at magpaalam like decent adults, sila pa masisi? Mygod I know some people who even ask for permission to take photos of other people's pets. Common courtesy ang tawag dun, fyi.

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    6. 7:52 I agree, bakit nyo kailangan iexpose mga maliit na bata sa socmed if you value your privacy so much? gusto nyo ba na mag artista yung mga bata maliliit pa then you are triggered when people notice your children. Kayo din may kasalanan by exposing the child to predators.

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    7. I agree with 7:52 , these are celebrities, so pag pinost nila mga personal na buhay nila on socmed say pictures of their children, marami ang interesado.Mamaya may mga mag screen grab ng mga photos ng mga bata or pagkaguluhan dahil sa constant exposure. The adults should protect their children from possible predators.Alam mo ang socmed hindi lang sa Pinas nakikita kundi sa iba pang parte ng mundo.

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    8. 6:15 mas feeling entitled mga artista, nagpopost kung ano ano sa socmed tapos pag pinagkaguluhan, magagalit. Where is the logic?

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  8. but thats one of the lows of being a public figure.

    Sana hindi ka nagartista. Ako ka puro na lang perks at malaking sweldo na lang?

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    1. Wow. Naiintindihan mo ba sinabi mo? Lol.

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    2. Their kids aren't showbiz. In some places, taking photos or videos without permission will get you jailed.

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    3. So kakampihan mo pa ang mali at sila pa ang sisisihin mo? Kahit hindi artista bawal pa rin yun!

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    4. then they should also stop posting their kids photos or whereabouts in socmed. Lalo na sa Youtube. Akala tuloy ng mga tao pwede na lang nila biglang picturan. Ibigay nila ang privacy sa mga bata lalo na sa mga babies.

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    5. Kung sa normal na artista nga nagtatanong kayo kung pwede magpapicture, sa mga bata pa kaya na madali matraumatize? Anong klaseng rason yan?

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    6. 4:16 Wrong. They are proud of their kids and they show it by posting videos and pics them parents took in social media. This doesn't give the public the right though to just take their photos/videos without the parents' permission. These kids are still private citizens who just happened to have showbiz parents.

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    7. hindi na rin ganyan ang labanan ngayon 6:17 may mga ibang tao nag grab ng mga pictures ng mga bata online.They can use your pictures for their own ads etc without your permission.

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    8. 8:04 correct! as long as you keep on posting your personal stuff online at artista ka, nag kaka interes ang mga tao.

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    9. 8:03 sa commoners walang masama, bit artistas live in a fishbowl

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    10. 8:03 what you post is your responsibility because these are minors, now tayo common tao pero ibahin ang mga artista. Marami ang interesado sa mga post ng artista, so buti pa I private nila ang account nila or can only be seen by family and friends and not for public viewing.

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  9. Nagkalat ang mga pedo, kaya tama naman siya.

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  10. i'd rather have a pic with the dad (Drew)...ang sarap kaya ni Andrew hehehe

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  11. Di yan maiiwasan. Parang public figures na mga kids nila because of all their photos on social media. Because of the public they're earning money na nga di ba because of endorsements?

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    1. Utak paparazzi, nakabawas ba sa pagkatao nyo magpaalam magpapicture?

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    2. What is so hard to understand in asking parents' permission before taking photos/videos? 🙄 Where are your manners?

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    3. hello, sila mismo nag expose sa mga pictures at mga Youtube ng mga anak nila so akala ng mga utaw celebrities din mga bata kaya nagpapapicture. Dapat mga magulang nyan ang umiwas na maging public figures mga anak. Ano ba mapapala nila kaka post ng mga photos at mga youtube ng mga bata, gusto ba nila endorsements? kumukuha lang din sila ng mga followers tapos mga balat sibuyas pag pinagkaguluhan ng mga tao? nasan ang logic?!?

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    4. sila umiwas and stop too much exposing your children in socmed.

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  12. I dont think it’s about privacy. It’s courtesy.

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  13. Common Sense will tell you,stop posting photos of your children publicly or have a private account wherein you can control viewership.

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