Hospitalized Ai-Ai delas Alas alludes to ‘fake friends’ in show biz
Actress Ai-Ai delas Alas’ recent hospitalization gave way to a realization, one that she shared to her fans on social media on Wednesday, Nov. 28. In her post, Delas Alas shared a quote on fake friends, which says: “Fake friends are like shadows. They follow you in the sun but leave you in the dark.”
The quote strongly resonated with Delas Alas, as she cited her own experience dealing with fake friends, such as after starring in the hit comedy film “Ang Tanging Ina” back in 2003.
“After tanging ina (thank you Star Cinema ) pag na hospitalize ako noon, kasi madalas ako hikain kasi hindi pa ko organic food, grabe punong puno ang room ko ng flowers and fruits para sumakabilang buhay nako haha,” shared Delas Alas.
Today, however, the number of friends who truly care for her may just as well be counted on one hand.
“Ngayun bilang mo nalang mga totoong nagmamahal nalang ang nag papadala ng flowers,” Delas Alas continued to say.
She clarified, though, that she was not complaining at all, saying she just realized how funny life truly is.
“Sigurado ko pag blockbuster ang ‘Sons and Feelinials’ (coming soon) which I claim napakadami ko na namang friends and flowers.”
Meanwhile, Delas Alas also shared that she would be discharged from the hospital soon, as she showed a picture of her with her doctor, Dr. Lirio Cham, on the same day.
“Malapit nako umuwi yahooo,” she said excitedly. “Thank you Dra. cham @drachammy.”
She also told a friend, a certain Agnes (@agnesrealtor), the cause of her hospitalization. Delas Alas apparently had loose bowel movement (LBM) after she was given old quinoa by her assistant.
“@agnesrealtor naku amiga mahabang story lbm ako kasi luma napakin saken ng [assistant ko],” she shared. “Organic nga luma naman panis siguro — mahirap kasi amuyin ang quinoa kung panis o hindi kakalito ayun na.” /ra
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