James Reid supports government's anti-drugs campaign

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What does James Reid think about revealing the names of celebrities involved in illegal drugs? He says, "Think about talking to them first before, like, ruining people's lives."


Katulad ng maraming celebrities, suportado ni James Reid ang kampanya ng gobyerno ngayon laban sa ilegal na droga.

Bagamat abala sila ng girlfriend niyang si Nadine Lustre sa pagte-taping ng bago nilang teleserye sa ABS-CBN na Till I Met You, updated pa rin daw si James sa current events sa bansa; kabilang na rito ang anti-drugs campaign ng administrasyon ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.

Pabor daw siyang magkaroon ng random inspection, lalo na sa mga music festival.

Well, I love going to [music] festivals. I love partying.

But, I mean, I guess you have nothing to be afraid if you did not do anything wrong, so why not?” sabi ni James nang makausap siya ng PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) at iba pang reporters matapos siyang ipakilala bilang bagong endorser ng Fuji Film ngayong araw, August 26.

Ngunit pagdating naman sa paglalabas ng mga pangalan ng celebrities na pinaghihinalaang may koneksiyon sa ilegal na droga, iba ang opinyon dito ni James.

Para sa Kapamilya actor, mas pabor siya sa naging pahayag ni Robin Padilla na bago ilabas ang sinasabing listahan, sana ay magkaroon muna ng dayalogo sa mga awtoridad.

Read: Robin Padilla not in favor of publicly naming showbiz personalities involved in drugs

Ani James, “I think Robin Padilla already spoke out, saying na to think about talking to them first before, like, ruining people's lives.

I think, yeah, I'm more in favor of that.”

Pero kung siya raw mismo ang tatanungin, okay lang sa kanya ang magpa-drug test kung sakali.

Of course, yeah. I've heard that's already happening. I guess that's all for the better.”

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