“Gold digger” and “D.O.M”, Beauty Gonzalez and husband Norman Crisologo dealt with these comments
Kadenang Ginto actress Beauty Gonzalez and her husband art curator Norman Crisologo shared how they dealt the “gold digger” and “D.O.M” tags against them.
For those who do not know, the 27-year-old actress is 15 years younger than her husband.
Though it is not an unusual thing anymore for May-December love affair, especially in showbiz, but Beauty and her husband are just two of the recipients of mean comments.
However, that age gap never hindered them to found love in each other’s arms.
Behind the happiness they are sharing since they started their relationship, they still received mean comments from other people.
Based on the article, published in PEP, Beauty Gonzalez received criticisms from people who do not understand her love for Norman Crisologo.
She said that there were those who said that she is just a “gold-digger” while her husband received tag as “D.O.M” or “dirty old man”.
View this post on Instagram
‘Will you love me for the rest of my life? he asked, No, i will love you for the rest of mine.♥️ Life is too short to care about the wrong things, to live the life that wasn’t meant to be yours, to hide and be scared is a life lived unwell, unfair and unhappy. Stand up and shout out for your love, Be who you want to be , always be #FreeToLove 💙 From the first day we met and he held my hand, i knew i was never gonna let go. @closeupph presents our story in a short film this evening. I hope you guys get to watch it on-line and be a witness to our journey so far. Our wish is for all to be #freetolove ♥️
There were also an instance that the couple was tagged as “the beauty and the beast”.
In line with these mean comments, the couple is encouraging other couples not to dwell with the negative comments.
“Ngayon kasi, mas grabe na yung bashing with all [the] technology we have right now. Just don’t read them. Don’t be scared kasi if you’re living na natatakot ka, hindi mo ma-e-enjoy yung beauty of love. If you ignore them… They’ll get sick of it and find somebody else that they can bash,” Norman said.
The art curator also said that couples should deal with the problems within their relationship instead of those caused by factors outside.