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Liza Soberano apologizes for her comment on ‘Tililing’ poster: ‘I’m afraid my intentions were misinterpreted’

One of the lead stars of ‘Tililing,’ Baron Geisler, also defended Liza Soberano from bashers.

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02/09/2021 02:30 PM
Liza Soberano apologizes for her comment on ‘Tililing’ poster: ‘I’m afraid my intentions were misinterpreted’
Photo Credit to @lizasoberano Instagram and Poster from VIVA's new movie Tililing

Liza Soberano apologized for her reaction to the poster of VIVA's new movie Tililing. The actress also extended her gratitude to Baron Geisler for defending her from bashers. 

Baron is one of the actors starring in the movie which is directed by Darryl Yap.

On Tuesday, February 9, Liza shared her two cents about Tililing's poster via Twitter, saying, "Really hoping that this movie will spread awareness and enlighten us on the struggles of dealing with mental health. But the poster? It’s a no for me. Mental health is NOT a joke. Stop the stigma."


 

 

Liza's statement received mixed reactions online. The movie's director even reacted to Liza's statement.

On VinCentiments Facebook page, Darryl wrote, “Sa iyo Miss Liza Soberano, ang iyong pag-asa na sana’y makapagbigay liwanag ang aming pelikula sa pagpapalawak ng kaalaman sa pangkalusugang pangkaisipan ay hindi masasayang, hindi ka namin bibiguin."

READ: Direk Darryl Yap, nag-react sa pagbatikos ni Liza Soberano sa poster ng ‘Tililing’

He added, "Kapag napanood niyo na po ang #Tililing ay mauunawaan ninyo bakit ito ang titulo, bakit nakalabas ang kanilang dila; at bakit namin tinitindigan ang kalidad at mensahe ng pelikula. Kaisa po ninyo kami sa inyong adbokasiya."

Afterwards, Baron wrote a comment on Darryl's post which was addressed to Liza's bashers.

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The actor said, “Please don’t bash Liza. Please be kind. Sometimes we get overprotective with our advocacies. She did not mean to look down on the poster. I believe she meant well folks. Please be kind. Masakit ma-bash naranasan natin lahat Yan one way or another.”

Following Barron's post, Liza released another statement on Twitter thanking Baron and saying sorry if she offended anyone with her statement about the poster.

 

 

The actress said, "Thank you kuya Baron for the kind words and sorry if I have offended anyone. I’m afraid my intentions were misinterpreted. I always want the best for films that tap into mental health, so I wish this film all the best. Looking forward to seeing it."