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Friday, March 5, 2021

Insta Scoop: Solenn Heussaff Apologizes, Takes Full Responsibility for Promo Photograph for Exhibit


Images courtesy of Instagram: solenn

 

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  1. I like her since before. Classy, humble and genuine. ❤👍👍👍

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    1. Kaya nga sis eh. Pure naman intentions nya pero nagawa pa rin nya magpakumbaba.

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    2. Humble. ❤️ We really should stop poverty porn. Gamit na gamit kasi ng iba... Hanggang Universe 🙄

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    3. Even documentaries and news, we are using poverty porn. I just dont get it why kinall out siya for this. People are too sensitive already. Konting kibot, cancel/call out kaagad

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    4. but poverty is a reality for a number of pinoys. mas maganda ba na hindi talakayin sa sining?

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    5. Pwede sis kaya lang yung promo na pictorial.politically incorrect yung background.

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  2. there. ganyan dapat sumagot kapag sa tingin mo the criticism comes from a good place. i myself didn't agree with the image she posted, but she came out of it with pure class. walang tono ng indignation or pagiging defensive. other celebrities should pay attention to how she handled this.

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    1. Agree! She was defensive nung una im glad she acknowledge the fsct the photo was off

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    2. @10:15 sino ba hindi magiging defensive kapag todo attack sayo tapos ang mga sinasabi pa super below the belt pa na parang sobra nilang alam ang pagkatao mo? she had every right no. she didn't even need to apologise. cancel culture is disgusting, tapos yung mga pawoke pa na may natutunan lang na bagong words or ways of thinking na super alternative kala mo naman ang dami nang alam at yung mga ibang taong hindi sumasangayon sa kanila ay enemies na agad. hayy....

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  3. She didnt need to apologize

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    1. Yes those who bash her were pea-minded people

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  4. accepting criticisms is really difficult but shows her maturity.

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  5. I like Solenn, a true and talented artist

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    1. I like your photo, a true beauty.

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  6. Ganyan talaga ang mga may mabubuting puso

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  7. Now this is an apology. She acknowledged na may mga na offend sa post niya. She explained her thoughts behind the action really well. She took full accountability. Celebs, take notes from this girl on how to handle criticism.

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  8. Grabe daming sensitive konting kibot issue.

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  9. siguro message nya yan sa mga ka class nyang blind sa paghihirap ng everyday pinoy. hindi naman kelangan ng mga mahihirap mamulat na mahirap tlga buhay pinoy hahaha . solenn must have been too tired of seeing sosyal people not give a damn about the real pinoy life situation. kaya nya yan nagawa.

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  10. I didn't even agree with the people who saw her deleted post negatively pero I felt her sincere apology. She's such a classy lady.

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    1. It was nice of her to apologize, but there's no need for it. ano ba issue dun sa painting nya? I don't get it. She just painted what we see in our daily lives. May nakita din akong mas malala pa jan sa pininta nya. Sabagay, truth hurts. Masakit man ang katotohanan, tanggapin natin na ganito ang madalas na scenario sa buhay ng pinoy. Sa min lang sa Tondo, mas marami pang makikitang ganyan...Be real guys!

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    2. 8:35 baks, it's not about her painting of poverty but how she marketed o promoted her expensive art and rags with the slums as her background. It's ironic that she wants to highlight poverty but she posed there with her expensive products. Now, do you see the disconnect?

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    3. 1:28 baks, need pa ba pahabain? 5:00 didnt mention about the painting but the post. Solenn also apologized sincerely. Nuff said!

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    4. Well it definitely got people talking. I thought the marketing photo was satire.

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  11. Anung issue mga mamshie? Di aku updated.

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  12. She truly is a classy lady. I appreciate her more because of this. She's beautiful, inside and out.

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  13. Iba talaga ang depth ng paintings nya, hindi flat at one dimensional. I hope Solenn conducts art workshops for unprivileged kids if she has the time. Para naman hindi mapagsabihan na ginamit nya lang na subject ang mga mahihirap. Some artists in Cebu do that during summer time.

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    1. I agree sa art workshop na yan. Mas makabuluhan kung ganun. I think kung yung background nya is like edsa or in divisoria or maybe like a junk shop, mas walang issue dahil mas neutral yung mga lugar na yun. Yung squatter na background kasi ang dating masyadong stunt na may rich vs poor angle kahit hindi nya intention yun. Ang labas kasi.. look im here in the slums pero i have this little oasis since im rich and special. Nakaupo pa sya sa parang throne

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    2. oh i see.thanks naliwanagan na ako dahil sa little oasis. okay i get it now.

      i felt na pure naman intentions ni solenn kc nga parang gusto daw nya ipakita realidad and i think gusto nya rin makatulong sa mahirap by showing it to other people.

      now i get it thank you na enlighten po ako.

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  14. Stop milking on people. Bad publicity is still publicity. Im sure alam naman nyang it will stir a debate at pag uusapan nung ginawa nya yun

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    1. also true...

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    2. 6:56 girl, the reason why she apologizing is due to you pawokes peeps. Kahit hndi nman kelangan, she still apologize as this sh*t wokes people forcing her.

      Hndi nya ginagatasan ang issue through apologizing. Kayo lng mga pawoke ang gusto gumawa ng issue and magpalaki nito

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    3. Serioulsy, 6:56. Ano pang gusto mong gawin niya? Hindi mag apologize, im sure may masasabi ka pa rin. Perfect mo siguro.

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  15. I bet those people who misinterpreted her art are actually the ones who look down on poor people. Masabing concerned lang sa mahihirap but don’t help or contribute at all, unlike Solenn. Pa-woke masyado mga tao. It’s good to be aware of social injustice pero yung iba, pang-bubully na sa kapwa ginagawa. Poor Solenn

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  16. Legit na “may class” kahit di alta! Pak!

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    1. Lol alta si solenn super rich tatay niya

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    2. Sa forbes park yan lumaki

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  17. Ang main issue naman kasi here is kilala si Solenn na galing sa yaman. Yung ginawa nyang photoshoot di naman talaga foul per se pero pag sya ang gumawa o yung mga katulad niya, di mo maaalis na off ang dating..maliban nalang kung proceeds go to charity. Kung artist na galing sa hirap, sure ako no issue ito. Anyway nice of her to apologize..mahirap na maging nega ang image at baka mawala pa endorsement.

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    1. tama rin 🤔

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    2. People like you are the ones imposing your unhealthy classist views on other people. Who gave you the moral high ground? That is really the problem here—people project how they view class and assume that others thing this way. When I saw the photo, I just saw an ordinary street in Manila. One that is fairly representative of much of Manila. She has a right to photograph her painting there as anybody else. She should not be penalized because she was born into a wealthier family. If you are going to say it is wrong to take a photo like this, then that standard should apply equally. The fact that you don’t is symptomatic of the larger problem of social stratification in the Philippines.

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    3. @9:42pm well said! It's as if there is a gatekeeper system where before you're able to do anything, you must first declare your privilege and suffer sufferings the mob deem acceptable before you can have an opinion, or do anything.

      Rich people get so much flak for being rich, and are told that they are out of touch with reality. Then when they involve themselves in helping the community, they're clout chasers, and deemed as not being enough because they should be giving their power to the poor to help themselves. They aren't allowed to do or say anything without the approval of these classists...

      Also, why do we never shame the poor then for having children day by day, sometimes with different fathers and mothers - those who actually create the suffering that they themselves create? Why should the rich be silenced merely for making better decisions? You don't hear the middle class being told to shut up, and they are sometimes worse than the very very rich - sometimes sila pa nga ang elitista.

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    4. 9:42 im just stating what goes on in the minds of those who reacted negatively. I personally do not have that unhealthy classist point of view but i am aware of reality..that is how people here think or view things

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  18. Solenn is really nice. walang kayabang yabang sa katawan. sana lahat ng celebs ganyan

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  19. This is how you make an apology, mga artista take note. Hindi yung magrarason pa. Just accept it and move on.

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    1. kasi nice naman talaga si Solenn, di tulad ng iba palusot yung "apology"

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  20. Sana all Solenn marunong mag apologize sincerely

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  21. Sobra ang pressure ng social media. Happy na kayo?

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  22. Good that she apologised and handled the issue with grace.

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  23. This is how you apologize, people!

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  24. Hay naawa ako. She doesn't need to say sorry. The girl just wanted to paint. Wala akong makitang masama sa subject nya or sa photoshoot sa totoo lang. Ang oa lang ng iba. Lahat na lang may comment jusko. She has such a good heart. Sobrang genuine nya talaga.

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    1. The fact that you didn't see what' wrong makes you tone deaf to the real issues. A photo of her posing on a backdrop of poverty while sitting on her expensive chair and rag. Did she even need to pose to highlight her painting?

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    2. 131 ikaw ang may problema talaga wala na kyong makitang mabuti panay nega
      As if may contribution ka sa bansa meron pala ang maging ampalaya sa lahat ng bagay

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    3. The fact that you (1:31AM) failed to look for the middle ground makes you 'tone deaf' about the reality. We react and make decisions based on our "normative structures" as individuals. Not everyone has the means to apprehend things the way you do.

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    1. ano ba dapat gawin. kastress mga katulad mo.

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  26. Privileged kasi siya. Yung laking yaman siya tapos mga paintings nya mga mahihirap ang subject parang mas pinamumukha nya ganon na ang laki ng agwat talaga ng ordinaryong Pinoy. Ayos na sana yung mga paintings nya pero nung nag background na siya ng squatter off na talaga. Etong mga privilege rich kids halfies claiming they love their country pero di makapagsalita ng straight tagalog, their kids not speaking tagalog and then host western celebrations in Philippines like Thanksgiving ay mapapaisip ka talaga na di genuine yung claim nilang yun at may hidden agenda. Afterall, they earn money here and we ordinary Pinoys buy their gimmicks.

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    1. Open your eyes dear, pano naging squatter yun eh it looks like everyday na madadaanan mo. It's offensive kasi may negative connotation pag hindi well off ang nakikita sa tv. Pinoys hate being told the reality of life.

      Also what's wrong with paying respect to your heritage? You want people to be more Pinoy but also want them to erase everything else that they are. Pero mag mga Amerikano or mga iba pang puti na may pusong pinoy okay lang na ierase nila yung sarili nilang pinangalingan para lang they can be approved as being fully pinoy. It doesn't make sense.

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    2. Hindi nya ksalanan na pinanganak syang mayaman. And anong problema mo sa mga rich kids and halfies na di straight mag tagalog? Meron nga purong pinoy na hindi rin eh. Atleast they are exploring the culture. At ano naman masama na mag celebrate nang foreign celebrations esp. kung as per naman sa culture ng parents nila/country where they grew up.

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    3. Agree ako. Kaya naman sila andito is bec here they are "somebody". Tinitingala sila ng tao at dito may nauuto sila. Pero for sure deep inside, they prefer to live abroad.

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    4. Ok lang ako na subject nya for her paintings is yung daily life. Wala naman masama at yan din naman sa ibang artists. Pero yung pa background ng squatter in that photoshoot, actually im ok with it pero gets ko kung bakit mejo too much for others. sana lang napag isipan mabuti dahil i popost pa naman nya for everyone to see. I think marami pang ibang common public place na would still create that contrast she wants pero walang bahid ng rich vs poor.

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  27. I didn't see anything wrong with her post. This cancel culture is too much. This is our reality in the Philippines - POVERTY, and the GLARING CONTRAST between the rich and the poor. Sad sad sad.

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    1. True. Its still a very TRIANGULAR society, sadly majority are still poor. As long as people remain dumb in their choices for our leaders, it will never ever change! Its easier to control and manipulate poor and poorly educated people!

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    2. I ddid not see anything wrong with her post either. Pero mabait lang talaga si Solenn and I truly admire her humility.

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    3. True, yung paintings nya kasi REALITY. Naalala ko dati mga picture talaga yun na pinaint nya

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  28. Heartfelt and genuine. Time to give her a break and appreciate her art.

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  29. Hindi si solenn ang kalaban ano ba. Daming nagkalat sa youtube ng show-off ng collection ng bag, sapatos, house tour

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  30. You are a true artist Solenn. Talented, sensitive, gutsy, and yet grounded. It is so easy to forgive you (although, I honestly believe nothing to forgive) just because you are quick to analyze what was the real issue. Bravo Solenn. And I became an instant fan of your work and you as an artist and individual.

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  31. Daming kaseng mema, daming ebas, daming pa woke na netizens na wala na sa lugar. Masyadong use na use ang freedom of speech. Anyway, Solenn is one classy lady. Her statement will hopefully shut up all Pa-wokes incorporated

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  32. So polite and respectful this girl, we like her!

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  33. Truth hurts. Nothing in the painting depicted anything else but everyday Filipinos. What are thise critics thinking? They want Filipinos in Rolexes and fancy cars? That’s wishful thinking.

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  34. wow! humanity and lending a voice...another one of the self-appointed ambassadors of humanity, and the voice of the voiceless. haaay! sobrang credible.

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  35. Grabe mga tao lahat issue di nyo matanggap yan ang reality

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  36. Daming hanash ng iba, I dont see anything wrong w/ the set up. Art is art just because it was set up on the slum doesnt mean na shes exploiting poverty. Parang double standard naman pag mahirap mag set up sa Sosyal na area OK lng but pag mayaman bawal na. The location complemented her paintings. People are so sensitive this days. Parang nililimit nila yung ideas ng iba. Wala namang tinatapakan or nilapastangan si Solenn bakit kailangan pa e callout. Art should have no limit, its an expression.

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  37. Ang bait talaga ni Solenn.

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  38. Hmmm, seyempre that was marketing gimik. Too obvious. She got noticed diba.

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