Cristy Fermin to Father of Liza Soberano: “Dapat pinapag-aral niyo ang anak niyo nang hindi pinasok ang pag-aartista”

Here’s the message of Cristy Fermin to the father of Liza Soberano

LIZA SOBERANO ISSUE – Cristy Fermin has addressed the father of the actress named John Castillo Soberano.

Liza Soberano is a Filipina-American actress and model. She was born on January 4, 1998, in Santa Clara, California, United States. She started her acting career in the Philippines in 2011 and gained widespread recognition for her roles in various TV dramas and movies.

Some of her notable TV dramas include “Forevermore,” “Dolce Amore,” and “Bagani,” while her popular movies include “Just The Way You Are,” “My Ex and Whys,” and “Alone/Together.” Liza has also been recognized for her beauty and has been named as one of the most beautiful women in the world by various international publications.

Liza Soberano
Screengrabbed from YouTube/GMA Network

Aside from acting, Liza is also known for her advocacy work. She has been an ambassador for various causes such as Save the Children Philippines and the Philippine Red Cross.

In recent days, Liza, who is now known as Hope, has been causing quite a stir online. This after she revealed in a vlog that she didn’t had a childhood nor did she had the chance to grow and become an adult on her own terms.

“I’ve sacrificed my childhood. I’ve sacrificed my freedom, and I’ve sacrificed my happiness to present Liza Soberano to the world. I think I’ve earned the right to finally be me, to finally be able to do things for me as Hope Soberano,” she said.

Among those who were quick to defend her is no less than her father John Castillo Soberano. But in the online program of Cristy, he was questioned why he let his daughter lose her childhood. According to her, he shouldn’t have let his daughter enter show business in the first place.

Cristy Fermin
Photo credit to the owner

“Nung sabihin ng anak niyo na inagaw ang kanyang childhood. Bakit nga kasi hindi niyo pinag-aral. Dapat pinapag-aral niyo ang anak niyo nang hindi pinasok ang pag-aartista,” she said. “Isa yun sa mga ibinubutas ng ating mga kababayan na meron pa kayong paagaw-agaw ng childhood, ng happiness ng kanyang pagkatao. E kung ganoon lang din pala ang sasabihin mo e bakit ba hindi ka kasi pinag-aral ng mga magulang mo,” she added.

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