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AJ Raval says she is ready to forgive her bashers: ‘Na-mi-misinterpret lang nila ako’

‘Crush Kong Curly’ star AJ Raval explains why she is being misunderstood by netizens online.

 AJ Raval says she is ready to forgive her bashers: ‘Na-mi-misinterpret lang nila ako’-Rhea Manila Santos
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12/13/2021 09:29 AM
 AJ Raval says she is ready to forgive her bashers: ‘Na-mi-misinterpret lang nila ako’
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In her new digital film Crush Kong Curly, AJ Raval plays the role of a woman named Elle who grew up unattractive and bullied before transforming into the an online streamer. Elle believes that sex is power so she’ll use it to her advantage performing in in public or private shows for the sake of her family.

Just like her role, AJ said she can relate to Elle in terms of their love and closeness to their family. The 21-year-old actress has had her fair share of being judged online for her sexy image.

“Sa totoo lang wala rin akong balita talaga ngayon sa social media. Pero siyempre masayang masaya ako dahil namumunga yung pinagtratrabahuan ko. Marami pa ring nakaka-appreciate kahit papano,” she said.


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The Crush Kong Curly star said that despite all the bashing she has received online, which is the main reason why she is now on a social media detox, she understands where her critics are coming from.

“Hindi ko alam na ganun ka-big deal na pala lahat ng sasabihin ko or ipo-post ko para sa ibang tao. Hindi ko alam na ganun pala ka-interesting yung buhay ko. Kaya before sa mga interviews ko, hindi talaga ako nag-iingat sa mga sinasabi ko kasi hindi ko alam na magiging issue ito.

“Tungkol sa mga nangyayari ngayon, siguro nami-misinterpret lang nila. Naiintindihan ko naman yung mga tao. Na-fi-feed sila sa mga lumalabas sa social media. Kung anong unang lumabas, kahit hindi totoo, pinapaniwalaan nila. At saka siguro na-mi-misinterpret lang nila ako kasi lumaki ako sa pamilya na mga lalake. So one of the boys talaga ako. Ang mga barkada ko lalake, halos lahat ng mga kapatid ko lalake na kasabay kong lumaki. So sa part na yun parang tini-take na negative ng mga tao,” she explained.

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Even after admitting in previous interviews that it has gotten to the point that she has also been receiving death threats online, AJ said she is ready to forgive those who have judged her unfairly.

“Kahit hindi hingin sa akin yung sorry, nagpapatawad ako. Mahirap kasing mabuhay ng may galit ka sa puso. Mahirap gawin lahat ng bagay kung galit ka. At saka hindi ko naman din sila kalaban sa totoo lang. Ang kalaban ko lang, kung paano ako mag-isip, kung paano ko i-take yung mga bagay,” she admitted.

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AJ also shared how she is handling all the bashing and gave a message to those who post hurtful things online to celebrities like her.

“Sa sitwasyon ko, siguro deadma na lang. Sa mga judgmental na tao, we shouldn’t judge people’s online life. We don’t know their offline reality. Wala naman talaga tayong right na mag-judge kahit na sino pa tayo. Hindi natin alam bakit nangyayari yung mga ganung bagay,” she said.

After working on Vivamax films like Crush Kong Curly, Shoot Shoot! and Taya this year, AJ revealed that her next project is going to be a series. “Drama ito. Bagong character naman ito para sa akin,,” she added.

Watch the romantic sexy comedy film Crush Kong Curly on Vivamax starting December 17. Starring AJ Raval, Wilbert Ross, Chad Kinis, Maui Taylor, Jao Mapa, and Gina Pareno. Directd by GB Sampedro