James Reid Received Backlash After Being Named as DA’s Food Security Ambassador
JAMES REID – Actor James Reid received backlash after being named as Department of Agriculture’s Food Security Ambassador.
Filipino-Australian singer, actor, and producer James Reid is one of the sought-after celebrities of his generation. He has done several teleseryes and films with his former girlfriend Nadine Lustre.
JaDine’s breakup shocked the online world. They assured their fans and fellow celebrities that they will remain friends.
On Tuesday, May 26, the Department of Agriculture announced that James Reid is the new ambassador on Food Security. He is tasked to inform his countrymen of the advocacies of the government agency.
DA announced it during the launching of “Farmers and Fisherfolk’s Month.” The agency has yet to reveal the projects of the 27-year-old actor.
James Reid took to his Instagram account to express his gratitude to the Department of Agriculture for appointing him as their new ambassador. He also said he is excited to reveal to everyone about the project they have been working on during the quarantine. He also shared a photo of himself hugging a plant.
“LETS GROOOW Thank you to the Department of Agriculture and Secretary Dar for trusting me with the role of Ambassador of Food Security. Thanks for the gift Can’t wait to show everyone what we’ve been working on during quarantine! #plantplantplant,” he wrote.
James Reid received backlash after being named as DA’s Food Security Ambassador. Here are some of their comments from Fashion Pulis:
“Seriously, he doesn’t have the credibility for it unless we’re talking junk food”
“napakunot noo talaga ako pagkakita ko nyang post sa IG.. as in siya? bakit siya?hahahah”
“Myghad! Kilala ba ni James ang mga gulay sa kantang Bahay Kubo? Can he even pronounce the names of the vegetables properly?”
“Nakakaloka ni hindi nga sila lumaki sa pilipinas at marunong sa wika natin tapos sila pa ang mga bayani at ehemplo my gulay”
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