Sharon Cuneta has had enough of her neighbor’s construction noise: ‘It’s driving us nuts!’
The megastar Sharon Cuneta is not one to mess with, especially when it comes to disturbing the peace in her home.
On her official Facebook page on Monday, Cuneta shared how her upstairs neighbor’s construction in his condo, which has allegedly been ongoing for almost a year now, “is driving us nuts!”
“We are sleep-deprived and the noise is very stressful for me, my husband and and my children when we are home,” the megastar complained. She added that despite “living in a beautiful building that has its own hotel and restaurants (and that cost more than what I sold our Wack-Wack house for?!),” the noise “still makes us all want to move out and check into a nearby hotel or transfer to a house or another condo!”
Still being the considerate person that she is, Cuneta said she understood how uncomfortable it was for a homeowner to do some renovations and how it would bring inconvenience and disturbance to his neighbors.
“It’s just that we’ve been told over and over for about a year now already that it would take ‘just one month or two na lang…’ and we are so sick and tired of hearing it,” Cuneta let out her frustration.
Sharing that she palpitates when anticipating the noise, the actress-reality show judge said it was the last straw when the loud hammering disturbed her sleep. “And if you’ve ever been in my position, you know how WAKING UP LIKE THAT DOES NOT MAKE FOR A PLEASANT FIRST SEVERAL MINUTES!”
“I won’t say day because I have so much else to be happy about,” she said looking on the bright side. “But please, please Lord let this end soon. I might as well have moved back to Dasma or Forbes. Would’ve cost me just a little more to do so. ”
Ending her complaint post, she then joked “she loves unicorns now besides owls,” but still pleaded “dios miyo ayudame (God, help me)!”
The “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” judge previously sent fans of hers and ex-husband Gabby Concepcion into a frenzy as they exchanged playful posts on each other’s social media accounts. Their fans teased them what’s in store on Feb. 10. /ra
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