Lea Salonga dismayed over mall art piece turned into trash bin

by James Patrick Anarcon
Aug 26, 2018
Lea Salonga expresses dismay over an art piece which was turned into a trash bin in a mall in Bonifacio Global City.

Nagulat at nadismaya si Lea Salonga nang makita niya ang isang art piece na ginawa nang basurahan sa isang mall sa Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Sa kanyang Instagram post noong August 24, ipinost ni Lea ang litrato ng malaking bolang may mga butas, na isa sa mga outdoor decorations sa Serendra mall.

Ayon sa caption ni Lea, sinilip niya ang mga butas ng bola at laking gulat niya nang makita ang mga pinagbalatan ng candy at chichirya sa loob nito.

Saad niya sa kanyang post, "Serendra. We spotted this ball while waiting to be picked up.

"Out of curiosity, we peeped through the holes to see what was inside.

"Imagine our shock and disappointment to find that it’s been turned into a trash bin. Sigh."

Nag-comment naman ang make-up artist na si Denise Ochoa sa post ni Lea.

Sabi niya, "That’s so heartbreaking. How do they even have the guts to throw anything there.

Continue reading below ↓

"It’s heartbreaking how a simple gesture of throwing it where it’s supposed to be cannot be done. What more the tasks that are harder to do?"

Sagot naman ni Lea dito, "Call it mindset. "If I can get away with this small thing, what else could I get away with?'

"Same with buses and jeeps not stopping at designated stops. Or cars (sic) taking up two parking spaces.

"There’s various levels of entitlement and selfishness permeating our society that we all need to get rid of if we’re to make any significant move forward."


Continue reading below ↓

Samantala, sumagot naman ang congresswoman na si Pia Cayetano sa post ni Lea.

Si Pia ay congresswoman ng second district ng Taguig City.

Sabi niya, "Got this Lea. Our Barangay captain is on it. He will handle it."


Read Next
Recommended Videos
Trending on PEP.ph
Latest Stories
Trending in Summit Media Network

Featured Searches:

Read the Story →
Lea Salonga expresses dismay over an art piece which was turned into a trash bin in a mall in Bonifacio Global City.
  • This article was created by . Edits have been made by the PEP.ph editors.
    Poll

    View Results
    Total Votes: 12,184
  • 50%
  • View Results