Viral Scandal actress Maxene Magalona went live on her Instagram last June 29 to explain the video reel she had posted a day prior. In her video reel, the actress was seen crying on different occasions while having Adele’s “Easy on Me” as the background song.
Friends and followers of Maxene were worried about the actress’s reel as she placed “current mood” as part of her caption.
One of her showbiz friends Camille Prats commented and thanked Maxene for showing her raw emotions to everyone. Followers of the actress showed their support through their comments.
“This was how I felt yesterday. Wasn't strong enough to let it out. Thank you Maxx for showing us that it's okay to let it all out,” Camille shared.
Maxene then explained to everyone in her Instagram live the reason she felt like posting the said reel. The actress revealed that those videos she compiled were from last year when she was crying for two weeks straight. She went on to explain how she wanted to document those moments as she didn’t know why she was crying.
“I’m so sorry if any of you got startled or surprised with the reel that I posted. Not that I’m explaining or have to explain myself, but I just want to show you that I’m okay. Something inside me lang kanina, while I was crying today, just thought of creating that reel,” Maxene explained.
She didn’t elaborate as to the reason she was crying in those videos when someone asked her in the comments. She shared that everyone has a different story to tell and it’s not worth gossiping about the details. According to her, it is more important to be with each other without the need to fish for information.
“I never posted those videos. But today, I felt like creating that reel because I just wanted to share these emotions, because I believe it’s okay not to be okay all the time. I think God whispered to me to post that because I feel a lot of people will be able to relate,” she added.
Maxene has been open about her healing process on social media.
“Let’s not allow the emotions to get bottled up inside so that we won’t get depressed. We have to release it slowly, so it doesn’t get piled up,” she shared.