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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

FB Scoop: Lea Salonga Shares Thoughts on President-elect Joe Biden

Image courtesy of Twitter: MsLeaSalonga


Images courtesy of Facebook: Lea Salonga

113 comments:

  1. Pffft.. New York will still be the same whoever is the US president.. Bandwagonning much tita Leah?

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    1. Bitter much? And why is this bandwagoning? Tumita ng matagal sa US si Lea. She works there so she pay taxes.

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    2. 12:21 ako Tumito din ako ng matagal sa US. Pero Uncle ang tawag nila sa akin.

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    3. 12:47 AM you are hilarious! Magigising ang baby ko sa pagtawa ko! Hahaha

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    4. Oo! True 1211am😂 ang OA! Nakatira ko dito at nakalibot kung saan saan wala naman talaga pinagbago. Mas safe pa nga feeling ko. Ayoko na lang magsalita nung panahon ni Obama😂

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    5. Natawa ko sa inyo 12:21 at 12:47 kung siya ay tumita at ikaw ay tumito, pamangkin here.. kaloka typo lng si 12:21 haha what he/she means is "TUMIRA" 🤣

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    6. I never like New York. Masydo siya magulo for me. And scary pa parang siya Maynila or Quiapo version nung Wala pa covid ha.Dami pa ang lilimos ang Laki laki ng katawan Hinde naman mag trabaho. Basta Ayoko na din mag salita Mamaya sabihan pa ako racist ! Hahaha I get you 136

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    7. 12:11 california too. Actually lahat ng states na hawak ng democRats. Ny and cali though are getting worst. 🤦‍♀️

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  2. feeling woman of color si tita lea. Hello di naman siya black.

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    1. Woman of color or Person of color. Definition:

      The term "person of color" (plural: people of color, persons of color; sometimes abbreviated POC) is today primarily used to describe any person who is not considered white.

      Hindi black si Tita Lea. Hindi din po sya white.

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    2. OMG.Alam mo ba ibig sabihin ng People of Color? Haha! Kairita kashungaan mo.

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    3. Fyi, a person of color is anyone who is not considered white. Is Tita Lea white? No di ba?

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    4. Well, Lea has a white complexion so she is passing white.

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    5. Judge a person by the content of their character, not the color of their skin :)

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    6. Ugh the ignorance...

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    7. 1:16, White Race! Not White Skin. Dios Mio.

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    8. Isa ka pa 1:16! Chinese people even with their white complexion are still not considered caucasian. Igno!

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    9. 12:22, Don’t show your ignorance girl. If you are not Caucasian, you are considered as coloured by the whites. That’s the reality. Gets mo.

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    10. Lol. Daming time mag react pero di naman pala alam ibig sabihin ng POC. Balik ka nalang sa lungga mo frrn

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    11. Nothing beats a priveleged person both here and the US using the race card. Oh the Cringe

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    12. LOL dun sa kinakamusta siya ng anak niya kung magiging ok Lang siya. Dapat na realize ni Lea kaya ganon yung questions ng anak niya e dahil pinapakita niya yung anxieties niya pero yung anak malamang wala naman nakikitang dapat katakutan.

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  3. Triggered ang mga bitters. Try to enjoy your life!

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  4. name dropping eklabu, charot!

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  5. Manang lea ang tanong, kilala ka nyan nasa tabi mo? Hahaha

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  6. As far as I know dual citizen si Lea diba? Hinde ba?

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    1. Green card holder lang po. Her husband and daughter are both US citizens.

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  7. Seriously, I'm a woman of color too. This is what the media inflicts in us. FEAR. And then celebrities that have immense influence on people repeats the same kind of false narrative, it just doesn't help our current situation. I celebrated when Trump won. Jobs were at record breaking high and unemployment was its lowest too. I went to NY, TN, and live in CA. I have dark skin and I see people of different colors and we are all fine. Seriously, cut the crap already. Stop fear mongering. I've just LOST my respect for LeaSalonga. If I have the power, I'd stop all the media from feeding us all bad news. I'm not saying all has been perfect. No and it will never be but the media has polarized our views, made us feel depressed and hopeless. Sad sad state.

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    1. Girl, if you live in the US, then surely you have experienced discrimination and have seen it with your own eyes. Wag mo sabihin na fake news yan because it really happens lalo na sa workplace. I don’t know about you pero langaw ang tingin sa akin ng mga puti. Even the latinos nga experiences discrimination eh. It’s real. And wag na in denial, Trump is racist. He is racist and a proud one at that. Pero infairness naman din sa kanya, marami siya nagawa and sang-ayon din ako sa ibang decisions niya pero lets not say na his racism didn’t have an effect. Naglakas loob ang mga white supremacists to be more vocal kasi the president himself was a proud racist.

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    2. I agree with you. Eto ang koment na dapat hina high light! So many black people are angered with what the mainstream media is spreading. And then the people naman are believing hay it's time to wake up!!!

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    3. Exactly! Mas maangas pa nga pinoy dito kesa sa Amerikano. Mas mahiyain pa nga mga Americans . Baka akal nila kung ano na namgyyri sa mga Pilipino dito. Isolated cases lang po mga yon! Drama!!!!

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    4. Very true 1:42 AM

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    5. 1:42, Lol, you are clueless and delusional of the facts lola. Get over yourself and get real.

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    6. 2:22 - ganyan ang tingin sa iyo because you let them. I have worked for a long time with people of different colors, and pinoys are highly regarded.

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    7. I never said racism doesn't exist. We have a lot of work to do here. Yes I live in the U.S. Racism has existed way before Trump was born lol. Take a look at black history and documentaries available on netflix and amazon prime. I don't think Biden is any different.
      My response is more of an expression of frustration to Lea's exaggerated narrative. I've lived here for almost 10yrs now, ang oa lang talaga ng comment ni Lea.

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    8. Completely agree with you Procopia. Super OA and exagg pinagsasabi ni Lea. I would understand if it's in the deep south but its NYC!!! The reason you will not feel safe while walking the streets of NYC, SF and LA is because of the homeless people high on drugs. I've been here 20 years and I've actually felt discriminated more by Thai, Koreans and CHinese who grew up here. Sila ang mababa ang tingin sa mga Pilipino lalo na sa mga laki sa Pilipinas.

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    9. 1:42 and the comments that agreed with you.

      Hindi porke hindi niyo na-experience hindi na nag-exist. Huwag niyo rin idownplay yung pinagdadaang systemic racism especially ng mg black. Denying those empowers the aggressors.

      For what? For Donald Trump? Lol.

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    10. Trump inherited his economy from the Obama admin fyi. Mas marami ang unemployed ngayon. Just because YOU DIDNT EXPERIENCE IT doesnt mean it doesnt exist.

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    11. Bentang benta kase sa kanya ang sinasabi mo na pako ng media.

      Alam mo lea kahit saan bansa ka magpunta pwede ka saktan. Yung mga Amerikano ba pag lumabas sila ng bansa nila wala chance na hindi sila masaktan? Oa ka

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    12. Anon 1:42. Agree. Well said. walang ma di discriminate if you don't allow it. nilalabanan ko ang sino man mag attempt mag discriminate and call them out on it.

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    13. 2:22 Sa mga pinoy ako nakaranas ng discrimination at panlalaiy dito sa totoo lang dahil sa thick Ilokano accent ko. Ewan ko pag mga ibang lahi naman ay naiintindihan ako haha. Lumipat na ko sa rural area sa isang red state na walang masyadong Pinoy at mas tahimik ang buhay ko. Wala naman akong naranasang racism. Mababait nga yung mga neighbors ko at safe ako sa kanila. Sa work din walang problema. Wag masyado pa victim.

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    14. I stayed in the US naman for 6 months so far Hinde naman ako na discriminate. Nakita ko ang culture nila sila trabaho uwi.. ganun wla yaya Wala driver ur on ur own. Tska mababait naman sila Pero siempre you have to choose places San ka pupunta Meron talaga delikado hehe. Medyo off ang message ni tita Lea Dito so unsafe siya during ng stay sa ny? No one attacked you isip isip mo Lang

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    15. 2:22 Ok ka lang? Si Trump, racist? Siya na naglakad ng Criminal Justice reform para matulungan ang mga blacks na na-charge for non-violent crimes. Si Kamala ang nag-push ng policy na makulong ang mga Blacks ng matagal kahit for non-violent crimes. Nilakad din ni Trump para magkaroon ng school choice ang mga Black students. Si Joe ang nag-agree sa policy noon na naglilimit sa mga black na mag-aral sa district kung saan sila nakatira kaya stuck sila sa poor managed schools. Lowest unemployment ng Blacks under Trump. Ah, sabi nga ni Joe, if you don't vote for him, you ain't black. So sino uli ang racist? Wag masiyadong dumidepende sa media. Parang hindi mo naman alam ang mga galawa ng pulitiko sa Pinas. Magagaling lang sa salita, wala sa gawa.

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    16. People of color are being oppressed. That's a fact. There are people in power who view their lives having value than a white person. Just because it did not happen to you doesn't mean it's not happening to other people. Ang kitid naman ng worldview mo te. Stop watching Fox News, get the hell out the echo chamber in facebook and widen your news sources and talk to real people.

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    17. @ Procopia

      Yung FilAm friend ko tisoy. He's from a prominent family dito sa Manila. His father is dark skinned and low key. His mother is tisay. May business sila dyan sa US and dito sa Pinas. My friend said umuwi ang father nya dito because the father was experiencing discrimination dyan. Nainis ako at gusto ko tumawa. Hindi alam nung mga Kano dyan kung gano kayaman ang family nila.

      Point is, unfortunately racism and discrimination is normal. Mga puti kasi in general (mostly, not all) ang taas ng tingin sa sarili. Now it's up to us Asians/Pinoys to stand up and show them na hindi acceptable ang ma-discriminate.

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    18. I live in a republican state and never experienced discrimination

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    19. Yes 401... ang ibig ko lang din naman sabihin, may racism man hindi naman yung mapapralyze ka na at mag loolook over your shoulder na kaeekekan na yan hahahahahaha

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  8. I don’t understand the fear of being attacked...why she was so scared to walk the streets or to perform on stage?

    If she entered the USA with valid papers, why was she afraid of being attacked, much less walking the streets, unless she’s taking about being mugged, parang ang OA Lang nung post niya.

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    1. Right?! Exaggerated lang talaga

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    2. Asians in the west are actually being attacked and harassed because of covid19. That’s a fact. Don’t show your ignorance.

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    3. Baka ang naaalala nya ay yun sceen nya sa Movie nila ni Aga Muhlach na Sana Maulit Muli...muntik sya ma rape dun..hindi ko lang maalala kun san state yun na-shoot.

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    4. 3:11 yes theyre being attacked by mostly black people. not bcos of Trump. Lmao

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  9. Jusmio lea. Ako nga ordinaryong nilalang at empleyado lng dito sa US hindi ko nararamdaman yang mga look over your shoulder na yan.. No one can make you feel inferior without your permission. At ang mga Americano basta bigay mo lang ang space nila at good manners, wala naman problema. Sure may isolated cases pero bihira lang yon. Kung susuriin mabuti yung mga nakkaexperience ng racial attacks wala rin pkialam kung nasa public place sila.

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    1. Tumfact!!! Ano ba nmn kasi ang alam ng mga celebs na etey. Instruments lang sila ng mga mainstream media just like Hollywood stars.

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    2. As what you've said. ordinaryo ka lang kse haha

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    3. Ayun nga ordinaryo ako pero confident akong naglalakad sa mga kalye ng amerika. T

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    4. True. Americans are private people. Just leave them alone and they won't bother you. Of course, there are losers every where you go.
      America is not a racist country. Jusko Leah, best actress ka nga sa Tony Awards. Battle cry lang yan ng mga Dems who claim to love African Americans and other minorities but their states are a cesspool of crime and poverty. You don't live in the USA, we do.

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    5. 1:54 Are you also a celebrity?

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  10. Anu ba itong post na ito.. parang during her stay she was feel unsafe during trumps administration “Eh Naka rating ka nga ng buhay at buo buo after your concert . ako nga gusto ko lakad lakad if nanamasyal ako nung nasa NYC ako May auntie would tell... “wag ka diyan pumunta” “Dito ka Lang” delikado diyan “ingat ka sa mga.... “ mga ganyan and that’s nyc! Hahaha

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  11. Parang OA lang yung post niya. As if ganun ka-violent sa America. I've lived here for 26 years and I really can't relate sa pinagsasabi niya.

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    1. I’ve lived here 35 years (came here at 20 yrs old), pero walang “looking over my shoulder” chenez akong naramdaman kahit saang parte ng America, kahit kailan, even with Trump as President. If you conduct yourself respectfully, no one will bother you. If they discriminate against me, I don’t care. Ang importante law abiding citizen ka.

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    2. Same here. Two decades na ako dito sa Amerika and never felt that my life is in danger just by walking in public. Ba't ka naman pupunta sa lugar na feeling mo delikado? At yung sinasabi nilang discrimination, it won't happen if you don't let them. Prove them that you're efficient and capable, you will earn their respect. Wag ako, Tita Lea!

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    3. Maybe because you are a very ordinary person and not a celebrity

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    4. 1126am LOL, you're telling me Lea should be scared because she's famous? She maybe famous in the Philippines but she can walk around NY without being recognized except for Pinoys. This comment gave a good laugh. She's not Angelina Jolie level where EVERYONE recognizes her, ok? Lol..yu gotta manage your expectations 😆

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    5. 2:18 She is famous and she is recognized in NYC. Very ordinary people can only laugh and envy

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    6. 2:18 She is famous and she is recognized in NYC. Very ordinary people can only laugh and envy

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    7. recognized by pinoys.

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  12. Kaloka, sinama pa niya ang Canada. Tita Lea, Pinoys comprised the largest immigrant population here. Anong pinagsasabi mong nakakatakot dito? Ok kaya kami. Relatively peaceful.

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  13. New yOrk pa talaga ang ginamit. Lol akla ko matalino to.

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  14. Plastikada si lola.

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  15. who was going to attack you ba, lea?

    how important are you, and in what issue?

    your main audience is comprised of pinoys. sila kinatatakutan mo? LMAO.

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  16. Tita lea, kahit sino ang president magulo talaga yang new York, just look at the compilations in youtube of interesting people and events happening in new york
    Every week magulo talaga

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  17. Ang oa nman nito. Lol, ganyan ba kadelikado nung panahon ni Trump? Dito nga na npakagaling ng Chancellor ng bansang kinaroroonan ko nkakaranas ng diskriminsyon everywhere as in. Someone shouted some racist slur at me and my hubby. Napakaraming Nazi dito maski sa trabaho pero overall safe pa rin nman.hay...

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  18. Ano nga yung mga sinasabi ni biden tungkol sa blacks? Hahaha


    Kung magsalita akala mo hindi racist mga kalahi nya😂😂😂

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  19. Ano nga yung mga comments no Joe Biden about black people ?

    Akla mo naman hindi racist ang mga kalahi nya. mga pinoy na yata isa sa pinakaracist na nilalang. Aminin! Ano nga tawag ng mga pinoy sa mga... bwahahahahaha! Ang arte.

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  20. OA ni lea akala mo sa iraq pumunta! Fear mongering pa more! Akala ko pa naman matalino to

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  21. Wow, grabe naman description ni lea about nyc. Ordinaryong tao lang ako pero has lang beses ba kame bumibisita ng nyc na walang takot? Baka paranoid lang si manang lea. Sya ang may problema hinde king sino ang nakaupo. Sana lang mas vocal sya about phil govt. panay ang tira nya kay trump e wala naman pinagkaiba si diterte and yet wala kang narinig na mga ganyang salita about dafety sa pinas.

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  22. Maybe she should stop watching CNN or at the very least use critical thinking. Wag basta basta maniwala sa paingasasabi ng media coz they are blatantly biased in their reporting.

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  23. Gumawa ng sariling multo at tinakot ang sarili. Tapos nagkwento na natakot siya! Comedian na rin pala si Lea ngayon,

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  24. During the DNC primaries, Kamala called Joe Biden "racist, sexist, and a molester" :) Now, they are buddy buddies... let that sink in :)

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  25. Ang OA naman to the nth Level. 19 years na ako dito nakatira sa Queens, and working sa Manhattan Area wala naman ganyang ganap, I may not like Trump’s personality and he can be tactless sometimes, and I didn’t vote for him 4 years ago. But i admit he did something good for 4 years of being the President of United States. The gas prices went down, the economy is doing good and the value of dollar went up. And this last election I voted for him because I think he did pretty good. Its just the media here, and all the social media platform are owned by democrats. They brainwashed people to hate Trump.

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  26. Kaloka ka Lea. I never experienced discrimination here. They are friendlier than pinoys. Lahat naman siguro ng countries e may mga racists and filipinos are usually the most racists. Lol🤣

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  27. Byw, he is not the president elect yet, only the us supreme court will announce a legit president not the mainstream media.

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    1. Hindi Supreme court ang mag-aannounce ng boto ng Majority? The congress will. Educate yourselves.

      You always said Supreme Court kasi alam niyong mananalo si Trump dun. Lol. Baka inauguration na, naghihintay pa kayo ng announcement ng SC. Lol.

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    2. Educate educate ka diyan eh hindi naman “majority” or popular votes dito. Meron pong Electoral College votes, yun ang nagdedetermine ng winner. Merong kasong naka file sa korte dahil sa dayaang nangyari sa bilangan ng Electoral Votes. Mema lang 12:20.

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  28. Papansin much, feeling relevant. Ano ba talaga sya, Pinoy or American citizen? Bakit, sino ba ang mayor NY, di ba si De Blasio na democrat? Bakit kay Trump ang sisi kung hindi safe ang NY? Makabintang lang.

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  29. I don't like Trump pero Tita Lea during his term na sinasabi mong andun ka di naman delikado at magulo.

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  30. ang OA mo naman Lea. Safe naman dito sa US. It's the rioters and looters who are causing trouble.

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  31. Nakakatawandin tong mga pilipino. Hindi naman sila dito nakatira pero kala mo alam na alam nila nangyayari. Lols Maayos naman po ang pamamalakad ni trump. Syempre meron mga hindi maganda katulad din ng kahit sinong presidente pero for me and most of my American friends... double thumbs up. At yung mga Covid meron namang mga governor ang bawat state.

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  32. Looking over her shoulder kind of fear because she is not Caucasian?

    Lea is obviously overstating this. First, Asians are not as discriminated as African Americans. That is the truth. As an award winning stage actress in the USA, she, IN FACT, reaps benefits that other regular, equally or more talented Actors born and raised here in the USA do not get to enjoy. Lea has IN FACT taken roles that could’ve been given to African Americans and/or other Minorities who are members of the stage actors’ guild here; AND the system that gave her that right to take jobs away from Americans is the same system that she is attacking. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not knocking her achievements, pero WALA SA HULOG and pag bandwagon ni Lea. Looking over her shoulder talaga? Walang ganyan na danger dito sa Amerika—lalo pa sa isang katulad niya. Masyadong feelingera. She should use her influence to TELL WHOLE TRUTHS and NOT AMBIGUOUS realities that she hears of or reads online. Lea, ANG EPAL MO on matters relating to US Politics, pero sa Philippines, MARCOS APOLOGIST ka pa rin.

    If you want to congratulate Biden & Harris, okay lang yon, express your support, BUT DO NOT TELL LIES, nor embellish on your experiences for dramatic effect dahil nakakabuset ang pagka OA ng post mo na yan. I hope she or her reps read/s this.

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    1. LOL mabasa nga sana ni Tita Lea itong comment mo Anon 9:03 AM.

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    2. 9:03 She is stating her experience and not yours. She alone can describe her experience and you have no right to dispute her. You can tell your own experience and nobody has also the right to dispute you. Experience is personal and never universal

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    3. @425 - Alam mo, it’s okay naman for Lea to state her experience, but she doesn’t need to exaggerate her narrative. Wala naman kasing ganyan na klaseng danger dito sa Amerika. Obviously for added dramatic effect ang “intense fear for her life, but she forged on anyway no matter the odds” narrative niya. Bakit? May kaaway ba siya that she needs to look over her shoulder every time? Ano, takot ba siya sa mga homeless sa streets na nillakaran niya? New York is one of the most diverse States in the USA, and the comment above is correct in stating that Lea (for all intents and purposes) has actually been favored for roles over other racial minorities who are born and raised here and reaped the benefits of being a foreign celebrity in her field—that IS privilege, okay? Hindi kapani paniwala ang dangerous experience niya mukhang siya rin mismo gumagawa ng “fear” na hindi naman niya dapat nararamdaman, okay? Kung nagpapadala siya sa mga sinasabi sa social media tungkol sa experiences ng mga African Americans, she can state her empathy, PERO DO NOT EMBELLISH on your truths para lang masulat sa social media post na siya rin kasing takot ng mga discriminated African Americans. Kahit mga African Americans pikon sa mga non-Blacks na bandwagoners at yan ang ginagawa ni Lea sa OA post niyang yan.

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    4. 12:29 She is talking about her experience. You are not in a position to accuse her of anything and assuming that you know her life and her world. You are the one who is so assuming and oa

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    5. her own experience of being afraid. well, were her fears justified? out with it, lea! stand up and aminin na walang nangyari sa iyo.

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  33. Susme eh napaka privilege ni ateng. You go to USA to perform, habang 90% of all the people of color eh walang means to buy an iphone 12.

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  34. Well kami nga family ko na discriminate sa Australia.....too bad ang tatay ko the masydo lumaban pinagalitan niya yung sales lady Sabi pa naman “you think I don’t have money? Imbis isang maleta binili naman naging 3” hahaha. Kais naman guys Kahit Saan ka pumunta may discrimination Pero pag nilabanan mo sila and you stand up for yourself promise manlalaki mata nila sayo sa takot . This is based on my experience eh.. Meron pa nga sinabihan pa ako “why speak good English” Sabi ko English is our second language in the Philippines and in college English mga subjects natin mostly English etc etc ...

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    1. ang pinoy ang pinaka nadidiscriminate sa lahat ng mga asians. if the east asians are the go getters and sart asians ang mga southeast asians ang tingin nila mga prostitutes or mga katulong lang ang kaya maabot. ganon ang general perception nila. they don't care if you're a doctor na pinoy. they still think you're incapable and trash. ang super hypocrite lang talaga ng mga white people. same as the blacks. ang raracist din . pareho lang mga yon. hate is hate wherever you go.

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  35. Anong pinagsasabi nitong si Tita Lea? Nakakaloka ka.

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    1. Do you have a problem with comprehension? I think you need to go back to school.

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  36. Kung hindi kayo na-discriminate. Well, ang swerte niyo. Pero huwag niyong sabihin na racism in America is lie. Because it’s true. Huwag niyo i-downplay yung experiences ng iba.

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    1. Racism is everywhere. Akla mo naman hindi raciat ang mga pinoy. Gimme a break! Hindi yung hindi naexperiece, sobrang paaw effect at overacting mya!

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    2. 1:58 Did Lea experience anything during her tour except her own self-inflicted fears? She scared her own self, pwede ba.

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  37. Big celeb ba si maam Lea sa US at may takot siya sa security niya kapag may show?

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    1. kinatatakutan niya audiences niya na mostly pinoys. char!

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  38. Ay wow! Si tita leah grabe kung maka react sa time ni Trump. Im Filipino american, been here in the US the whole time Trump became a president and never did I feel unsafe. Went to NY, CA and all these cities you mentioned yet no one really attacked me cuz of my color. Ang OA mo naman parang sinasabi mo mga trump supporters are attacking people of color. If you really live here, you know it’s not the white people who attack and cause trouble.

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  39. I'm sorry about my previous comment. I realize na kahit famous or not, the threat of being hurt bec you are a person of color is real. And Leah is TONY winner, star talaga. Philippine pride, and yeah she is a big star in the US for every Filipino. :)

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  40. kayo naman, nagbubuhat ng sariling bangko yang si lea. kung anu ano ang pinagsasabi para may drama. after all those performances, may nangyari ba sa kanya? aber?

    so di ba dapat, she ended this maarteng blah blah blah with...ay, in the end wala namang nangyari so di naman pala ako dapat ninerbiyos.

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  41. Yabang ni lea sa pinas pag sa ny kyeme takot sus maangas ka kamo yun lang yon di ubra kahanginan mo sa us..por pabor umapak ka naman sa lupa

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  42. Sige nga tita Lea Yung mga nag looting in the previous month sa US Sino nga mga yun??? Oh wait! I’m sure isa ka din ng dismaya sa mga pinag gagawa nila .... i repeat who are they?

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    1. Pwede ba? Hindi nga siya takot dun sa mga looters at mga politikong nag empower sa mga looters. Takot siya kay Trump at sa mga imaginary New Yorkers na nasa audience niya, Oo pati sa Canada! 😆

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  43. Aba, magician pala si Joe Biden. No more fears si tita Lea...

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