Ronnie Liang Offers Free Rides To Newbie Co-stars

Ronnie Liang Offers Free Rides to Co-stars Who Are Newcomers In Showbiz

RONNIE LIANG – Singer-turned-army reservist Ronnie Liang offered free rides to his co-stars who are newcomers in showbiz.

Ronnie Liang first volunteered to join the army reserves in 2018, and in 2019 he finished his 45-day military training as well as his three-month Civil-Military Operations (CMO) training. He served as a frontliner during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, assisting with the delivery of supplies to hospitals, donating items, and escorting medical frontliners to their places of work.

The singer-actor was also seen performing his duties at a checkpoint on Valenzuela City’s MacArthur Highway. He returned to active duty at a checkpoint on the Alat San Jose Bridge in Caloocan City during the third implementation of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) across the nation.

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In 2021, Ronnie Liang took part in the distribution of food and hot meals in Caloocan City alongside other soldiers. A few days prior, he had been given the responsibility of assisting with the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ Libreng Sakay program for Essential Workers, which ran along routes from SM Fairview to Quezon Avenue.

Based on a report from GMA, the “Ngiti” singer gave free rides to some of his “Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told” newbie co-stars. The movie is one of the entries to the 2022 Metro Manila Film Fest (MMFF).

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According to the report, Ronnie Liang gave the newbie stars free rides from the film’s location in San Mateo, Rizal, to their homes in different areas such as Bulacan, Laguna, and Quezon City.

“I know the feeling na walang sariling sasakyan, lalo na kapag malayo ang location…”

“I remember nung nag-uumpisa pa lang ako at suki ng mga audition, 300-400 beses akong nag-audition, mayroong time na naubusan ako ng pamasahe. Pinababa ako ng bus at umuwi nang naglalakad from Bulacan to Pampanga.

“Those were the days. Mahirap ang buhay noon especially for young, newbies na nagsisimula pa lang at very limited ang budget. Pero alam ko sa sarili ko na magbubunga rin ang lahat ng pagod.”

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Because of this experience, Ronnie Liang thought offering free rides to his Mamasapano co-stars. He said, “Kaya nung tapos na ang shoot/eksena namin at uwian na, nag-offer ako sa kanila na sumabay na lang sa akin. I dropped them sa bahay nila. ‘Yung iba naman, kung saan malapit sa bahay nila.”

“Fun times din for us para makapag-bond pa at makilala namin ang isa’t isa while I was driving. They were very happy. Masaya kami. At na-enjoy namin ang byahe.”

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