Here’s what Drew Arellano has said about the matter.
DREW ARELLANO – The Kapuso host and actor Drew Arellano said something to those who would dare take a photo of his two sons without asking.
The travel host and actor Drew Arellano is married to fellow Kapuso artist Iya Villania. Handling a high-profile relationship and more so being married might be hard but this celebrity couple made it look like it’s easy and all fun.
They have been in that boyfriend-girlfriend phase of their relationship for 10 years before tying the knot last 2014. And based on ABS-CBN’s report, Iya was confident to say that she was pure when she married her husband. According to her, practicing it never made anyone less of a person but this matter all boils down to the values of a person. And she is lucky to have Drew being patient with her and her stand about it.
Now, they have been married for five years already and marriage was seemingly a wonderful thing just by looking how they have been dealing that life now. They have two sons – Primo and Leon. And these celebrity sons are catching numerous hearts already because of their cuteness and their adorable charisma and innocence.
However, the celebrity status of their sons was not quite that “cool” yet with their father, Drew. He called out those who would dare to take a photo of their sons without asking and that would certainly make him lose his cool.
“If I were to lose my cool and I’m usually cool about things, it would be to strangers who whip out their phones and take snaps of my 2 boys without asking. Please show a lil respect and etiquette, ladies and gents,” he said in a Twitter post.
And here are some of the comments from it that we have obtained:
Hope everyone’s noted about this message of yours Bro.. just stay cool and calm. It’s your fault anyway having such beautiful kids that people can’t resist to take a pic.
Dapat wala sila sa Social Media , celeb kyo ng wifey mo, what do u expect . Laki ng billboard sa may C5
They are in social media (I follow him and his wife) and they have been generous in sharing lovely photos and videos of the kiddies. Face to face is different though. It’s not too much to ask for respect.
What can you say about this?