Surely, any hurt person is capable of doing things that may not please anybody or everyone involved.
This was the case that occured on a concert produced by Jobert Sucaldito on Wednesday, November 6, where Morissette Amon was accused of walking out of the show without performing. In a video, some of the audience were indignant. Some of the audience paid and came to see because of her as the special guest, and they were indignant.
Amon is now projected as a bad girl.
But, isn’t it also unfair for the artist to be judged as such?
Amon had issues with her dad due to her relationship with her boyfriend. Social media may have projected that she’s happy, but we might not see the real picture. The point is, the young diva may have personal struggles that she is still battling to triumph over, but for people not to let her have her space is also unfair.
Most of the times, people would say ‘Hey, it sucks that you’re going through this, but you can’t hurt me to make yourself feel better.’
It is difficult for us to say: ‘Hey, it sucks that you’re going through this, and you should not be held accountable for any of the things you do that hurt me.’
Last night, Audie Gemora, the president of Stages Production Specialists, Inc. (where Amon is under the management of the said group), requested to let Amon be, “Jude lets give her some space.”
Until such time, let us not add to the pain Amon may have suffered. She is still a human being like us. Yes, it is not an excuse when someone is going through something–he or she has the right to hurt or offend anyone, but personally at this time, what we can give is boundless love.
But to Morissette, may she find the courage to one day speak up and say her piece because so she won’t lose anything because she trampled on other people’s boundaries and expected them to pander to her in the process.
Let us hope for the best and the issue would be settled soon.