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John Arcilla posts metaphorical tweets to convey sentiments on current crisis

John Arcilla used metaphors in sharing his COVID-19 crisis sentiments.

True to his character in the hit bio epic Heneral Luna, Kapamilya actor John Arcilla shared his sentiments on the current situation of the country through metaphoric tweets.

In his first tweet, Arcilla taunted people who continue to be blind to all the failures of the government to address the crisis.

“ANG LIWA LIWANAG NA NAKAPIKIT KA PA. Tirik na tirik na ang araw ng iyong PAGKAKASANLA. Pagmulat mo wala ka mg IDENTIDAD. Tapos na ang MELANGKOLYA ng MADALING ARAW.”

He also added that in this time of crisis where fear and hunger consume the citizens, what we need is a leader who inspires and unites and not someone who will add to the fear and division.

“Palagay ko, sa PANAHON ng TAKOT at GUTOM, KRISIS at EPIDEMYA ang kailangan natin ay mga LIDER na MAGBUBUKLOD sa atin at HINDI magdadagdag ng TAKOT at PAGKAKA HATI-HATI ng BANSA. Kabayan, kung di ka naniniwala dyan, HINDI KA MAKABANSA. HANGARIN ang PAGKAKAISA”

And just like a line in his film Heneral Luna, Arcilla asked who traitor is.

“Circa 1899, anong petsa na? Sino ang taksil?”

Arcilla is just one of the growing number of Pinoy artists who are speaking out.

Several celebrities recently made a strong stand against the government after news came out that the NBI had summoned Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto for allegedly violating some provisions in the Bayanihan act.

Angel Locsin, Jodi Sta.Maria, Angelica Panganiban, Kim Chiu, Zsa Zsa Padilla, and others took to Twitter to share their disgust with what is currently happening in the country.

More and more celebrities are also getting disgruntled with how the government is responding to the COVID-19 crisis especially the uncalled for pronouncements of the President.



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