Jackie Forster, naalarma sa fans na kumukuha ng paparazzi photos

by Jojo Gabinete
Apr 21, 2019
PHOTO/S: @jackie_forster Instagram

May kinalaman sa frustrating experience ni Jackie Forster at ng kanyang mga anak ang Instagram post niya ngayon tungkol sa privacy.

Mula sa Guangzhou, China, lumipad sa Hong Kong noong Holy Wednesday si Jackie kasama ang asawa niyang si Michel Franken at tatlo nilang anak.

Ito ay para makipagkita kay Kobe Paras, bunsong anak ni Jackie sa ex-husband niyang si Benjie Paras.

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Pero 'tulad nang dati, kapag magkakasama sila, may mga kababayan tayo na lumalagpas daw sa limitasyon ang pagiging tagahanga.

Habang namamasyal ang pamilya ni Jackie sa isang mall sa Hong Kong, bigla na lamang may mga Pilipino na sinasadya na lumalapit sa kanilang tabi para kuhanan si Kobe ng litrato at video ng walang paalam.

May insidente na literal na naupo sa tabi ni Kobe ang young Filipinas fan para sa photo-op, at halos idikit na sa mukha ng basketball player ang kanilang mga hawak na cellphone camera.

May fan din na nakatutok ang mga mata sa cellphone ni Kobe habang nagte-text ito dahil gusto niya na mabasa ang mga text message ng anak ni Jackie.

Natatakot na rin ang maliliit na anak ni Jackie dahil nakikita nila ang fans na palihim na kinukunan sila ng video.

Artista si Jackie kaya sanay na sanay siya sa pakikitungo sa mga tagahanga, pero isa lang ang hinihiling niya: ang humingi ng permiso ang fans dahil sigurado naman na pagbibigyan nila.

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Naiintindihan namin ang nararamdaman ni Jackie, dahil sa panahon ngayon, sobrang lakas ng sense of entitlement complex ng ibang fans, na nakakalimutan na kailangan din ng privacy ng mga celebrity.

Dahil sa insidenteng naranasan nila sa mall sa Hong Kong, napilitan si Jackie na ilabas ang kanyang frustration sa Instagram account niya.

Umaasa raw siya na maiintindihan ng fans ni Kobe ang kanilang predicament.

Narito ang kabuuang pahayag ni Jackie:

"If you are reading this I hope you can find it in your heart to reflect upon what I am pleading for and then pass it on to others too when you find the topic arises.

"Celebrities are people too.. If we are relaxing and especially on a holiday - just like 'regular people' we spend time and money to make it a happy and memorable one..

"we also deserve breaks so please, please if you want a photo ask for one, don’t sneak around taking videos and photographs without permission - it’s creepy and we feel violated.

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"Yes, we have thick skin but we also have feelings. There are times we are tired or conversing about private matters or maybe upset and it’s just not nice for a stranger to be documenting those moments of us - because what for!??

"Imagine if someone followed you around just to take photos and videos of you?? Wouldn’t you feel violated and maybe even afraid? Please do the classy thing - the right thing and ask for permission.

"I pray that one day we can have a global law on this because it can really feel like a human rights violation specially when you can ruin someone’s career or reputation based on one bad photo or video without proper context.

"Today more then ever students get bullied this way with the rise of social media and it’s exposure-

"And yes maybe we will tell you off for doing so and that doesn’t make us suplada or mataray or pangit ang ugali- it just makes us *Human.*

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"I hope you guys can respect and understand this. We are happy to oblige but be kind and just ask.

"Nothing bad happened to us today but over the course of our holidays it keeps happening so I thought I’d write down my thoughts on this, I hope this isn’t taken out of context and I know it resonates with those who value their own personal space and self worth."

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If you are reading this I hope you can find it in your heart to reflect upon what I am pleading for and then pass it on to others too when you find the topic arises. Celebrities are people too.. If we are relaxing and especially on A holiday - just like “regular people” we spend time and money to make it a happy and memorable one.. we also deserve breaks so please, please if you want a photo ask for one, don’t sneak around taking videos and photographs without permission - it’s creepy and we feel violated. Yes, we have thick skin but we also have feelings. There are times we are tired or conversing about private matters or maybe upset and it’s just not nice for a stranger to be documenting those moments of us - because what for!?? Imagine if someone followed you around just to take photos and videos of you?? Wouldn’t you feel violated and maybe even afraid? Please do the classy thing - the right thing and ask for permission. I pray that one day we can have a global law on this because it can really feel like a human rights violation specially when you can ruin someone’s career or reputation based on one bad photo or video without proper context. Today more then ever students get bullied this way with the rise of social media and it’s exposure- And yes maybe we will tell you off for doing so and that doesn’t make us suplada or mataray or pangit Ang ugali- it just makes us *Human.* I hope you guys can respect and understand this. We are happy to oblige but be kind and just ask ?? P.s nothing bad happened to us today but over the course of our holidays it keeps happening so I thought I’d write down my thoughts on this. ?? ???? I hope this isn’t taken out of context and I know it resonates with those who value their own personal space and self worth.

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