“Please show a lil respect and etiquette,” wrote the TV host and father in a no-nonsense tweet he published last Wednesday.
Drew Arellano admitted to being bothered by strangers taking unsolicited photos of his children in a no-nonsense tweet he published last Wednesday.
“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 two boys without asking,” he said, referring to his sons Primo and Leon with TV host Iya Villania.
Since their early exposure on social media, the little Arellanos have become quite the sensation online, with a number of admirers even initiating their own fan accounts to follow the children’s lives based on updates from the couple.
While this is no matter, it’s a different case for the parents when unfamiliar followers sneak around their kids in public. “Please show a lil respect and etiquette, ladies and gents. #youdonotwanttoseemelosemycool,” he added.
Drew and Iya had their first child, Antonio Primo, in August of 2016, a little over a year since they tied the knot at a beach wedding in Batangas.
They welcomed their second born, Alonzo Leon, on the same month of 2018.