Since declaring that she doesn’t support her cousin Sen. Grace Poe’s bid for presidency last September 17, actress Sheryl Cruz claimed that she has become a supposed victim of harassment.
This harassment supposedly included the resignation of her manager and the closing down of her recycled bags advocacy business.
Cruz, in a recent interview, even claimed that someone pulled the plug on the license of her business and that is no less than her Tita Norma Lim.
TV Patrol’s Friday report revealed that Lim was the apparently the actual owner of the said church-based livelihood business who happens to be a close friend of Poe’s parents Susan Roces and the late Fernando Poe Jr.
“Hindi nagsara. Ang lisensya ‘di naman nagsasara, sa akin ‘yun eh,” Lim said during the interview.
Lim added, “Hindi ito advocacy mo. Ang advocacy lahat ng kinikita mo bibigay mo sa kanila. Eh hindi eh. Magkano lang binabayad mo?”
Some of the church volunteers claimed that they are only getting P15, P20 or P100 for every bag that they make.
To this Lim asked, “Sheryl makakabili ba ‘yan ng isang kilo ng NFA rice? Tapos sasabihin niya umaasa. Hindi umaasa itong mga taong ito.”
While she was a little firm while discussing about the business, Lim wasn’t able to hold back her tears once the topic moved to the Queen of Philippine Movies.
“Kahit kelan hindi naman gumawa sa ‘yo. Lahat tinutulungan kayo. Di ba sabi mo kailagan mabait ka sa magulang mo para ang grasya ng Diyos sa yo forever? ‘Wag mong bigyan ngayon ng sakit ng ulo ang Mama Inday mo tapos ako ang second mother mo,” she said.
She ended her statement and said, “Anong sinasabi mo na inano kita? Walang nagha-harass sa ‘yo.”
Meanwhile, after maintaining her stance on her cousin’s political move, Cruz’s aunt Susan, in a recent interview refused to comment about her niece’s controversial statement.