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Rita Avila reacts to being called a ‘bold star’ by her bashers

Outspoken celebrity Rita Avila explains what it meant to be a bold star during her time as a sexy star in the ‘80s.

Rita Avila reacts to being called a ‘bold star’ by her bashers-Rhea Manila Santos
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Rhea Manila Santos

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01/28/2022 08:20 AM
Rita Avila reacts to being called a ‘bold star’ by her bashers

With the elections just a few months away, people online have been closely watching the presidential candidates sit-down interviews with personalities like Boy Abunda. As netizens posted their opinions on what could have been done better, outspoken celebrity Rita Avila also weighed in with her own thoughts on the issue. This led to actress getting bashed online. In a recent Instagram post, she reacted to being labeled a former bold star. 

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She wrote, “Laging ginagamit sa akin ng mga ‘kalaban’ ang pagiginig ‘bold star’ ko noon. Baka di pa buhay itong mga ito nung time ko nung mga ST Movies kaya di nila alam how far did the ‘ST Queens’ went on pagbo-bold. Ang panahon namin ang pinaka-tame sa mga bold stars. Puro naka-2 pc. Bra back shots. Leg shots. Halinghing lang. Walang pakita ng boobs at peps. Walang penetration dahil ibang bold era yun. May wet look era din. Pag-alis ko sa Seiko Films, medyo mas bold na ang mga pelikula nila. Ang mga aktres, anuman ang ginagawa nila ay mauunawaan lang nga mga tao pag sila na ang nakasalang sa harap ng kamera. Pag nagawa niyo yun, mas magkakarespeto kayo sa hirap ng trabaho namin.


“Hindi ako mangmamata ng bomba star, pene star kasi sila yun. Alam nila at kaya nila ang ginagawa nila. Parang mga prosti, mababa ang tingin ng marami kasi di sila yun. Di nila alam ang pinagdadaanan ng mga prosti para lang makapag-hanapbuhay. Kanya kanyang prinsipyo yan eh. Pero kung ang prosti ay mabait naman tapos ang ‘disenteng’ teacher ay salbahe sa yo… sino ang rerespetuhin mo? Ako ung prosting mabait. Wala sa trabaho yan eh. Nasa kalooban.”

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The veteran actress, whose career has already spanned more than three decades, took time to educate her critics by reminding them that she has dealt with harsher criticism before.

“Para sa mga trolls na mahilig magbomba EHE mambomba: Bold Star 101 para sa mga d pa pinanganak noong 1988-90s o hindi naman nakapanood ng movies namin nila Rina Reyes, Vivian Foz, Cristina Gonzales, at Gretchen Barretto.

“Kung nakapanood kayo, ang galing ng sining di ba? Ang sexy tingnan sa screen pero may mga proper covers kami sa mga dapat takpan.

“Mas malala ang mga write ups noon na iniiyakan ko pa minsan.

“Para mahikayat ang manonood ay ang tindi ng mga balita. Animo’y nagpakita na kami ng kaluluwa. Hindi po.

“Sa mga nanlilibak, kasalanan nyo naman yan sa itaas.”

“#boldstar #prosti #prostitute
#walker (ang bagong term for prosti)”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Rita Avila (@msritaavila)

In the same post, Rita’s husband, director FM Reyes, shared a message of support for his wife of 19 years.

“Asawa ko I know your worth as a good person. People in the industry who have witnessed your integrity and decency tell me how professional and good you are. I am proud of you @msritaavila.”