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Francine Diaz on why she ignores her bashers: ‘Hindi naman ako perfect’

‘Click, Like, Share’ actress Francine Diaz shares why she is not as active on social media as fellow Gold Squad members Andrea Brillantes and Kyle Echarri.

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Rhea Manila Santos

Twitter: @allaboutmanila

FRESH SCOOPS

05/23/2021 09:57 AM
Francine Diaz on why she ignores her bashers: ‘Hindi naman ako perfect’
Photo credit: @francinesdiaz Instagram

Aside from starring in the Kapamilya drama series Huwag Kang Mangamba, Francine Diaz shows more of her acting chops in the new anthology series Click, Like, Share which presents four stories of teenagers who depend on social media to connect with others and express themselves, but later on invite danger into their lives when they start using it recklessly. Joining Francine in the new series are fellow Gold Squad members Andrea Brillantes, Kyle Echarri, and Seth Fedelin. Francine’s episode is called Cancelledt.

Tungkol yung episode namin sa isang babae may in-edit siya na picture and then nung nakatulog siya pag gising niya nandun na siya sa picture na in-edit niya,” she said.

READ: Francine Diaz on playing a troubled teen in ‘Huwag Kang Mangamba’: ‘Isa ito sa dream role ko’


Unlike her new role, Francine admitted she is not as active on social media as most of her peers. “Hindi ako masyadong ma-social media. Ginagamit ko lang yun pag may kailangan i-post or i-promote gaya nitong Click Like Share or kung may babatiin man ako na i-congratulate or babatiin na friend. Sobrang maingat din ako kasi nila-like ko lang din talaga kung ano yung gusto ko. Hindi ako ma-click, more on like. Mostly mga K-pop group especially sa EXO or yung mga post ng Dreamscape sa Huwag Kang Mangamba, ganun. Yung related sa amin and wala ng iba,” she said during the Click, Like, Share mediacon held last May 21. 

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Just like any celebrity, Francine said she is used to having bashers online and has always chosen not to engage them.

Dine-deadma ko lang eh kasi halos lahat ng hate comments na sinasabi sa akin yung walang katotohanan, na tipong gumagawa sila ng image ko na masama at alam ko sa sarili ko na hindi ako yun and hindi naman ako perfect pero yung ginagawa nilang image ko mas grabe talaga. And mas ginugusto ko na deadmahin na lang kasi alam ko naman sa sarili ko kung ano yung totoo at ano yung hindi,” she said.

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Don’t miss the premiere of Click, Like, Share on June 5 on KTX.ph, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV and soon on Upstream. Viewers can get access to all four episodes plus bonus features when they buy a season pass on KTX.ph (P299), iWantTFC (P299 in the Philippines or US$5.99 outside the Philippines), or TFC IPTV (US$5.99). Ticket buyers on KTX.ph will also get a chance to join the fan meet for each episode.