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Heart Evangelista addresses online haters

Heart Evangelista gave a message to her bashers who spread hate on her fashion videos and reported her Instagram account.

Making a live video on Instagram to address her non-supporters, Heart said: “I have been getting a lot of direct messages about my last reel Kenzo.”

Heart Evangelista’s fashion-related Kenzo reel:


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“It was a great video and I truly enjoyed it but, unfortunately, there are a group of people again sabotaging my Instagram and a lot of my fans are angry,” Heart said.

“Can I just say don’t be angry anymore? Just don’t even bother,” the actress added.

Heart said she had a “major awakening,” admitting that she used to love the number of viewers and reactions, but now, it does not matter.

“I used to cry about these things,” Heart opened up. “I remember before I would cry because numbers matter. But it doesn’t anymore. My realization, before I would do it for the numbers because it was fulfilling. Now I don’t. I don’t even care if anybody watches it,” she added.

She also mentioned the stress she would usually get from her social media account. “I used to be stressed about it. I didn’t like it anymore. I didn’t wanna go to fashion weeks. But I loved it so much,” she said.

Heart also explained that she was not doing it for the money. “Tsaka isang ubo ko lang noh, nagagastos ko rin yung kinikita ko so hindi siya for a living. It’s just really what I enjoy. So wag na kayong ma-stress because I enjoy it and I don’t care anymore if you report my account,” she added.

“I’m just grateful that I am here. That I don’t just do it for numbers or for anything but because I loved it. So dedma. Enjoy. Hayaan na natin sila. Hindi natin ito kabuhayan showcase. We’re gonna shop but we’re not gonna drop,” Heart declared.

Camille Quirino

Camille Quirino is a Junior Writer at The Filipino Times, passionate about sharing the stories of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). She previously contributed to Magic 89.9 and various TV productions and finds fulfillment in crafting compelling narratives that shed light on the experiences of OFWs. Outside of work, Camille enjoys playing the ukulele and meeting new people to hear their stories. She believes everyone has a unique narrative worth sharing and is dedicated to capturing these stories in her writing. Reach Camille at [email protected].

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