Netizen Compares Trucks Used by Angel Locsin, Leni Robredo To Transport Relief Goods
NETIZEN – A netizen uploaded a photo of trucks used by Angel Locsin and VP Leni Robredo vehicle used to transport relief goods for Mindanao quake victims.
On Friday, ABS-CBN actress Angel Locsin and her fiancé Neil Arce flew to Davao del Sur to help the victims of the Mindanao earthquake. In a previous article, the couple was spotted buying relief goods.
This is not the first time the actress engaged herself in relief operations. In 2017, she helped the evacuees in Marawi and skipped the recent ABS-CBN Ball to donate the money for her gown to Bantay Bata.
Angel Locsin’s video expressing her gratitude to the people who helped her distribute the relief goods surface on social media. She was also seen visiting the quake victims in their tents.
Because of her generosity and kindness towards her fellowmen, she gathered a lot of admirers and supporters in all parts of the country.
Recently, a Facebook user named Ibarra Crisostomo compared Angel Locsin’s relief efforts to that of Vice President Leni Robredo. He uploaded the photos of the trucks used by the actress, Davao LGU and the vice president used to transport the relief goods.
In the caption, the netizen said the person who provides aid to the victims didn’t place their names on the huge truck while the little multi-cab has the politician’s name on it. He’s obviously throwing some shade to the vice president’s relief effort for the quake victims. The post has garnered 2.8K reactions, 98 comments, and 4.9K shares as of this writing.
The viral post garnered various reactions from the online community. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@Francis Galero: “SARAH: HINO 8T, Angel, Isuzu 8T, VP Leni: Multicab 250kg capacity.”
@Jun Juguilon: “Pakitang gilas ang BOBA pero palpak naman. Akala niya sariling pera ang ginamit”
@Ed Rosillo: “Mas malaki pa ang tarp ni leni kesa laman ng multicab”
@Vincent Castillo Marasigan: “Really? Why do we need to compare? Instead of being thankful for the help given to our brothers and sisters, you instead belittle the donations given.”
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