Dingdong Dantes usually laughs when he is greeted that he has lost weight. It’s funny for him because he barely exercised.
‘Yung pag-alaga kay Zia, yun na raw ang training at ensayo niya.
“Training ko, pag-aalaga ng bata. Nagtatakbo na siya kasi, eh. Pag binitawan mo, parang kailangan mo nang mag-sprint para habulin siya.”’
[It’s taking care of Zia. That’s my training and exercise. My training is child care. She’s running all the time. When you release her, it seems like you need to sprint to chase her]
Like Marian Rivera, he also misses his daughter and has separation anxiety when he leaves for a taping.
He said they just have to sacrifice a little, after all it’s not forever. It’s just work.
Marian said that after their soap, they have plans to follow Zia and have baby number 2.
“In God’s perfect time,” the actor responded sharply.
Dingdong was also asked regarding issues and cyberbullying that surrounds his series and actors in it.
“Karapatan naman nila na magkomento pero minsan talaga, kapag nasa social media, kailangang ma-regulate din ‘yung mga sinasabi, ‘yung mga pinu-post, ‘yung mga ginagawa. Kasi, ‘pag dumating na sa bashing, kapag dumating na sa ganu’n, cyberbullying na ‘yun, and no one deserves to be cyberbullied. Kasi, ang cyberbullying can result to so many things. Like depression.
Minsan, may mga sinasabi sa studies na marami ring nagsu-suicide na mga kabataan dahil sa kanilang interaction sa social media na hindi nila ma-control. So, ‘yung mga bagay na ganito, kailangan regulated talaga.”
[It’s their right to comment but sometimes, on social media, it has to be regulated –what they post, what they do. Because sometimes, when it comes to bashing, it’s already cyberbullying. And no one deserves to be cyber-bullied. Because, cyber-bullying can result to many things. Like depression. Sometimes, there are studies that say that youth commits suicide because of social media interaction that they cannot control. So it’s best for it to be regulated.]
Source: Abante – Tonite