Frankie upset on ‘little extra attention’: More worthy issues to discuss than me in swimsuit
MANILA, Philippines — The daughter of Senator Francis Pangilinan and Megastar Sharon Cuneta was not too happy about the “little extra attention” she’s been getting lately.
Because for Frankie Pangilinan, there are more important concerns in the world today that people should be talking about than her in her bikini.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Frankie took note of how pictures of her in a bathing suit appear to get more attention which she said makes her feel uncomfortable.
“Whenever I post a swimsuit pic it seems to get a little extra attention. I definitely don’t feel comfortable with that when there are so many more important things we should all be discussing,” she wrote.
According to her, people should be discussing social and environmental concerns like recycling, avoiding the use of plastic bottles and straws, buying local, vaccinating kids, and registering to vote, among others.
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hi! whenever i post a swimsuit pic it seems to get a little extra attention. i definitely don’t feel comfortable with that when there are so many more important things we should all be discussing, so i decided to mention some here: avoid plastic bottles and straws, recycle if you can’t (like me now abdjhsjahdhs). our farmers deserve better, try and buy from your local farms instead of going through a middle man. vaccinate your kids. register to vote. donate to @wwfphilippines. support local brands like @eighthmermaid (who very kindly gave me this bikini) because colonial mentality is bad enough and it shouldn’t get to ruin our economy. don’t buy skin whitening products. don’t body shame. stay hydrated. be kind. that’s just a few things i believe we should all try to keep in mind 🙇🏻♀️ much love always, kakie 💙ADVERTISEMENT
“Colonial mentality is bad enough and it shouldn’t get to ruin our economy,” she also said.
“Don’t body shame. Stay hydrated. Be kind,” she added.
“That’s just a few things I believe we should all try to keep in mind,” she further said. /kga
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