Nadine Lustre obtained actual on how she feels about being called “President Nadine” by her fans, admitting that the web title comes with stress for her.
Lustre spoke about her preliminary response when she was first called “president,” in an interview with TV host Bianca Gonzalez for Cinema One, as seen on its YouTube channel final Sunday, April 10. Lustre being dubbed because the web’s president reportedly began in 2017 as a joke amongst fans.
“Before, I really didn’t understand it. Every time people would call me that parang [I was like], ‘Why are people calling me that?’ I always found it so weird,” Lustre mentioned. “Now, honestly it makes me feel loved.”
The actress-singer identified that she finally got here to understand the title as she feels acknowledged by way of it.
“Because every time people say that or every time people call me that, it’s a sort of acknowledgement that I’m someone people look up to, or someone that people listen to — that my voice is heard,” she added.
Lustre then opened up in regards to the stress that comes with it and the way she handles it by being conscious of her actions.
“There’s also a bit of pressure because I’m very vocal about a lot of things so I guess I have to think about what I tweet or what I say on social media, even with what I do,” she mentioned.
“I mean, it’s not like I’m gonna do bad things but you get what I mean, there’s a bit of pressure,” Lustre defined. “But I like it because ‘yun nga [like what I’ve said], I’m acknowledged.”
In the meantime, Lustre lately attended the marketing campaign rally of presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo and her working mate Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan in Pampanga, the place she carried out her music “Para-paraan.” In the direction of the top of her efficiency, Lustre was given a bottle of lechon sauce by a fan, which is a reference to Lustre’s viral photograph throughout her Siargao journey in August final yr. JB
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