- Neil Arce came to the defense of fiancee Angel Locsin.
Angel Locsin’s fiancé Neil Arce was quick to defend her from a professor who cast doubt on her humanitarian efforts.
The professor in question said that Angel was merely an overpaid actress who is only doing charity work for publicity. The basher said that he/she was a sociologist and could tell that the actress’ sincerity was actually fake.
On his Facebook, Arce posted, “First of all my fiancé is Not trying to impress anyone So it doesn’t really matter to US if you were Not impressed.”
On the professor’s comment that people should praise the frontliners rather than the actress, Arce said that is the main reason they are doing all their humanitarian efforts because they want to honor the frontliners by helping them and making sure they are protected.
“This is The reason why we are doing this to Help our frontliners by making sure they are protected, making sure they can rest and by making sure we do everything we can to make their lives easier.”
He also added that it’s not important if they are praise or not because they are not up to impress anybody in anything that they do.
“Impressing anyone Especially people like you who seems to hate on people you do Not know personally is Not at all important to us.”
Someone Sent me this post today. First of all my fiancé is Not trying to impress anyone So it doesnt really matter to US…
In the end, Arce said they are not out to please everyone.
“I don’t expect everyone to believe In The sincerity of The things we do. But if The people our students are supposed to learn from think this way then our country Will never really have a chance to prosper.”
Angel has been working tirelessly for the front liners since the start of the enhanced community quarantine due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Kapamilya actress has been very visible in social media asking for PPEs for the frontliners.
She has also helped Taguig LGU in building sleeping quarters near hospitals and facilities for frontline health workers so that they’ll have an accessible resting area.
On Wednesday, March 25, she also started a fundraising campaign called #UniTENTweStandPH aiming to provide additional space for patients who need immediate treatments since most of the hospitals have reached their capacities due to COVID-19 cases.
And in less than 24 hours, the campaign has already generated 1 million pesos. Angel’s fundraising project is also supported by Neil Arce and her fellow actress Dimples Romana.