Seth Fedelin is one of the stars of the upcoming series “Click, Like, Share” which follows the stories of four teenagers sucked into the dangers of social media.
They may be fictional, but the young actor knows some of the things that happen in their series could very much happen in real life.
But even though he acknowledges the downsides of the social media, Seth is very much thankful for its existence, as being on it helps him provide for his family.
In a report by ABS-CBN News, the former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate was quoted to have said, “Pinaka-best naman na nangyari nang dahil sa social media ay napakain ko ang pamilya ko. Hanggang ngayon napapakain ang pamilya ko at nakakabayad ako ng bills sa bahay namin dahil sa social media.”
Growing up, Seth was not fond of staying online since he said didn’t have a cellphone for it back then. But even now that he has all the gadgets that he needs, he admitted that he still does not see it as a hobby.
“Sa totoo lang, hindi ako lumaki sa social media hanggang ngayon hindi ko siya nakaugalian, kasi nung bata kami wala naman kaming cellphone, wala naman kaming computer, as in,” he shared.
Because of this, Seth never got to be reckless with social media. Whenever he sees something he agrees with, he would just share it rather than add in his own thoughts to stay out of trouble.
“Hindi ako 'yung gagatungan ko pa, dadagdagan ko, makikipag-away ako. Wala akong ganun. Ang ginagawa ko lang is isi-share ko lang siya. Pero iisipin ko ng madaming beses,” said Seth.
Also starring Andrea Brillantes, Kyle Echarri, and Francine Diaz, “Click, Like, Share” will premiere on KTX.ph and iWant TFC this June 5.
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