Maine Mendoza’s open letter is a silent scream of liberty.
OPEN LETTER – Maine Mendoza’s controversial open letter to her fans according to a French screenwriter Marguerite Duras is a silent scream of freedom.
According to a previous report, the phenomenal Kapuso star Maine Mendoza has sent an open letter to her fans.
The quite controversial open letter has made waves across the social media platform as the content has indicated all the actress’ sentiments on being in the industry which felt like living inside a box.
She is sure that after her fans read the letter, a lot of them might turn their backs on her but she accordingly needs to be honest.
The star confessed that she feels like she was not able to do what she wants and say what she feels because sometimes, people tend to misinterpret her statement and eventually invalidating it because she doesn’t have to feel that way because she is “rich and famous”.
They were telling her not to feel sad or hurt for she has everything that a person could ask for.
She stated, “Judging, blaming and getting mad at me for expressing what I truly feel just because you do not agree and it is inconvenient for you. Dictating me what I should feel and should not feel. Ang hirap.”
And now according to a report from the Inquirer, French novelist/screenwriter Marguerite Duras said, “Ecrire, c’est hurler sans bruit,” which means “Writing is screaming in silence.”
Seemingly, the star would like to say that she wants to serve herself like what she wrote, “I do not want to compromise my own happiness for other people’s desires. So this time, I am choosing myself. Ako naman.”
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