Sherilyn Reyes says she was swindled: "Gumagapang para mabayaran...perang itinakbo ng iba"

Sherilyn Reyes is upfront in telling a basher, “Wala daw kaming pera, totoo rin!" She goes on revealing that her family was swindled in 2019.
PHOTO/S: Sherilyn Reyes Tan on Facebook

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us in different ways, and even celebrities are not spared.

On Instagram, actress Sherilyn Reyes, made an emotional post after a stranger bashed her son, Ryle Santiago for being “papansin.”

The celebrity mom uploaded a screenshot on her Instagram, where a user made an issue of Ryle wearing sunglasses inside a mall. “Papansin akala mong sikat ka,” the netizen wrote. “Tulungan mo [na lang] nanay mo maglako...”

Sherilyn is presently an brand ambassador of a beauty product and is also a reseller.

In the photo’s caption, Sherilyn provided a lengthy reply to the netizen, saying it should be an example of why people should not judge others especially if they don’t know what that person is going through.

“’Wag maghusga ng tao dahil ‘di mo alam anong pinagdadaanan,” Sherilyn wrote, adding that Ryle wasn’t wearing sunglasses but a faceshield.

FINANCIAL CRISIS

The actress' post also revealed the current problem being faced by the Tan family.

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She was upfront in saying they do not have money.

“Panay daw raket kami. Oo, Salamat sa Diyos, sa panahon na ito, madaming raket na dumadating,” the mom wrote.

“Wala daw kaming pera, totoo rin! At kahit kailan lalo na sa mga kakilala ko ay never ko ikinaila na wala akong pera ngayon.”

Sherilyn revealed the reason behind their family’s financial struggles: someone swindled money from a business venture that she and her husband, former PBA player, Chris Tan, invested in.

Currently, they are settling a huge amount of debt because of it.

“Sa kasamaang palad, na-swindle ako last year. Masaklap pero buong pamilya ko ay lumalaban araw-araw at gumagapang para mabayaran ang utang na ‘di naman amin. Pera na itinakbo ng iba, pera na sana ay magiging seguridad ng mga anak ko sa kanilang kinabukasan,” she said.

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Instead of sulking or wallowing in misery, the mom of three decided to earn extra by becoming a reseller of beauty products.

“Taas noo kong ilalako habambuhay ang Beautederm—ako, isang libo ng aking mga kasamang ambassadors at sellers ay namumuhay at nangangalakal ng marangal upang kumita. At lagi kong sinasabi, isang napakalaking biyaya ang meron oportunidad na ganito… isang maayos na Negosyo na malaking tulong sa ’min lalo na ngayon,” she said.

She further described what she and Chris have gone through.

And while she was addressing a basher's harsh comment, she also left an important message: Do not run away from problems.

“Dalangin ko na sana hindi mo maranasan dahil mahirap at masakit. Gagawin mong lahat para masigurong matupad mo buwan buwan ang obligasyon mo, sa mga panahong nalulungkot ka at naiiyak, pipilitin mong ngumiti nang di rin maging malungkot ang pamilya mo.

“Na araw araw kulang na lang isigaw mo ang dasal mong sana matapos na ang problemang hindi naman dapat sa’yo pero dahil maayos kang tao, inaako mo at ng pamilya mo.

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“Na araw araw pinagpapasalamat mo na ang asawa mo ay nagpapakumbaba sa mga tao para makiusap dahil kayo ay naloko sa negosyo. Sana di mo maranasan dahil di ko gugustuhin maranasan mo o nang kahit sino ang pinagdadaanan namin,” she wrote.

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Sherilyn Reyes is upfront in telling a basher, “Wala daw kaming pera, totoo rin!" She goes on revealing that her family was swindled in 2019.
PHOTO/S: Sherilyn Reyes Tan on Facebook
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