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'Bloody Crayons' barkada are role models and here's why!

Ang mga young stars na ito ay tunay nga namang malaki ang naitulong sa kanilang pamilya!

Cheska Espina
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Cheska Espina

7/7/2017 in News
'Bloody Crayons' barkada are role models and here's why!

Just like any regular millennial, "Bloody Crayons" lead stars Janella Salvador, Elmo Magalona, Sofia Andres, Diego Loyzaga, Jane Oineza, Maris Racal, Yves Flores, Ronnie Alonte, and even Empoy Marquez are carefree, adventurous and free-spirited. 

They try new things, do everything they want - but with their parents' consent.

However, these young stars also face bigger responsibilities for their family even at such a young age. Not that they are obliged. They do it with their free will.

"Sila Mama lagi gumagastos para sa'kin, so ngayon po tinutulungan ko sila na dagdag po sa panggastos, sa pambayad ng kuryente, sa mga sasakyan pa po na 'di pa namin nababayaran. Ako din po nagbibigay. Tsaka din po sa pang-grocery namin," Ronnie related in their "Magandang Buhay" guesting earlier today, July 7.

"Ako naman po ngayon na nagwo-work na ako, ako na po 'yung nagpapa-aral sa kapatid ko," Yves revealed.

Elmo shared their sentiments.

"Ako ngayon masaya ako na nakakapag-contribute ako sa family ko lalo na kay Mama. May dalawa pa kasi akong mas batang kapatid na nasa school ngayon," the son of Francis and Pia Magalona related. "Tumutulong ako, binibigay ko lahat ng kailangan kong ibigay sa kanila, sa bahay namin. Ang sarap lang sa feeling na may responsibility ka 'di lang sa sarili mo, ginagawa mo rin pati sa family mo."

Diego helps not just financially, but also with the household chores.

"Tumutulong na 'ko sa pagbayad ng bills syempre pero matagal din akong nag-solo so marunong din ako sa mga gawaing bahay kaya tulungan kami ni Mama (Teresa Loyzaga) sa bahay," he shared. 

Empoy, being the eldest in the group, has already fulfilled some of his responsibilities -- naka-graduate na 'yung iba niyang pinaaral. Yehey! <3

"Noong araw kami pinag-aaral kami ng magulang namin, ngayon naman po kahit papa'no nakakatulong naman na po ako at pinag-aaral ko po 'yung mga kapatid ko at tsaka mga pamangkin ko," the actor-comedian relayed.

He happily added, "Nakapagpa-graduate na po ako. Nakakataba po ng puso 'pag may ginagawa kang ganun sa pamilya mo."

Just like the boys, the girls of "Bloody Crayons" also help their respective families. That, they admitted in a separate "Magandang Buhay" interview.

"Well my mom (Jenine Desiderio) kasi she doesn't want me to spend too much of my money. Feeling ko gusto niya talaga nafi-feel na talagang naaalagaan niya pa rin ako. Well, she only makes me pay for things na ako talaga 'yung gumastos or nago-offer naman ako like minsan tinatanggap niya, like half of my brother's tuition," Janella shared.

Sofia, on the other hand, helps her daddy in supporting the needs of their family.

"Tulungan po kami ng dad ko and very happy na 'yung brother and sister ko, tapos na sa college," she said.

Maris and Jane are both breadwinners but in different ways.

"Separated kami [ng family ko], kasi nasa Davao sila, nasa Manila ako. Sila na 'yung sa kanila. Hindi na ako nagpapatulong financially. Parang independent na ako dito, parang breadwinner ako sa sarili ko," Maris explained.

Jane is taking on the responsibility of being the eldest ever since.

"Simula naman bata, I guess, andun naman na 'yung responsibility din sa'kin. So parang hindi naman siya ganun kalaking pagbabago," the actress relayed.

These stars are really inspiring! <3

"Bloody Crayons," directed by Topel Lee, opens in cinemas this July 12!
 

 

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