‘Unforgettable friend’: How Angel Locsin checks on Sharon Cuneta during times of need
Angel Locsin is a friend that you can always rely on, according to Megastar Sharon Cuneta.
Cuneta recounted how Locsin never forgets to check on her, especially when she needs some encouragement, as per her Instagram post yesterday, July 9. Cuneta expressed that a simple message from Locsin asking her how she is, makes the 54-year-old actress feel loved and remembered by Locsin.
“Pinapaalala ko sa sarili ko lagi ang isang message niya: ‘Maraming nagmamahal sa yo…,'” Cuneta said, quoting Locsin. “Simpleng-simpleng paraan ng pagpapakita ng concern at pagmamahal.”
(I always remind myself of this one message she sent me: “A lot of people love you…” It is a very simple way to show concern and love.)
“Paano ko makakalimutan si Angel Locsin?” Cuneta said. “Kung nagkakataon pag kailangan kong marinig o mabasa ang ganon, biglang sa kanya manggagaling.”
(How can I forget Angel Locsin? If ever I need to hear or read something like that [to prop my spirits up], she suddenly sends it to me.)
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And itong batang ito…tahimik lang…pero hinding-hindi ako nakakalimutan. Isang message lang na, “Ma, kamusta ka na?” Or kahit na isang “Ma..?” Walang maraming salita. Pero ramdam ko ang pagmamahal at pag-aalala. Pinapaalala ko sa sarili ko lagi ang isang message niya: “Maraming nagmamahal sa yo…” Simpleng-simpleng paraan ng pagpapakita ng concern at pagmamahal. Paano ko makakalimutan si Angel Locsin? Kung nagkakataon pag kailangan kong marinig o mabasa ang ganon, biglang sa kanya manggagaling. Di ka nagbago sa loob ng halos dalawang dekada mula nung makilala kita. Thank you, Angel. Hindi mo lang alam ano ang pinupuno mo sa puso ko. Mahal kita anak. ❤️🙏🏻😘 @therealangellocsin
The Megastar added that Locin never changed in the two decades that she has known her. Cuneta also sent her love to Locsin, who she considers as her own daughter.
The veteran actress likewise lauded Locsin’s charity efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Locsin also did not leave Cuneta hanging when the latter was criticized for helping protesting Quezon City residents bailed out of jail. The protesters were asking for food and other assistance during the enhanced community quarantine. /ra
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