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Nadine Lustre: “We make mistakes also, we’re people, too.”

In a live online interview on radio station Monster RX93, Nadine shared her lockdown story on being tough and brave as she lives all by herself.

In a live online interview on radio station Monster RX93, The ‘Multimedia Princess’ Nadine Lustre shared her lockdown story on being tough and brave as she lives all by herself.

If there is one thing that Nadine learned in this showbiz, it is how to be “bulletproof”. Nadine is one of the young artists today who is bold enough to speak her mind and is very straightforward. She will not sugarcoat anything and will say what she feels. 

The actress pointed out that she has no regrets over anything that she said on cam. Controversial statements like, “C’mon guys it’s 2017” or anything that has caused a public uproar.

“It’s not the kind of things that, after, I regret. I’ve been quoted so many times. I’ve said so many things already. Not everyone liked what I said.

“A lot of people liked it, but not a lot of people… they didn’t hate it but, ‘Why would she say things like that? At the end of the day, I don’t regret what I said especially those interviews. I guess I.m not really worried anymore”, Nadine said.

“That’s why I don’t understand, like, why there are a lot of people who don’t like me, like, there are a lot of people who say a lot of bad stuff about me,” added Nadine.

The actress has already mastered the “Art of Dedma” so she doesn’t really get affected by online trolls.

“At this point, I don’t really care anymore. Kasi, the only thing that matters is I’m good, my family is good, like, my friends are okay. That’s the only thing that matters to me. It’s not what other people think about you, it’s what you think about yourself,” she said.

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Nadine has her ups and downs in life. One of the biggest trials in her life was when her brother, Isaiah, died in October 2017.

“The biggest challenge for me in this industry is to learn how to put a straight face on, even though inside you’re already falling apart. I experienced that when my brother died. Every day, I did Showtime, and it was so hard. I had to put a happy face, a smiling face on. But deep down, I was breaking because of what happened,” Nadine revealed. 

“Everything is magnified. If we make mistakes, it’s magnified, like, ten times. That’s, like, one of the things that I had a hard time dealing with. It’s hard,” added Nadine.



Nadine has a message to all madlang pipol, “We make mistakes also, we’re people, too.”

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