These days, people who have the fame, the wealth, and the power are considered as the superiors while those who have nothing are considered as the inferiors. Most of the time, these superiors are being given the special treatment that everyone needs but is only exclusively given to the 'popular' ones.
If you ever become a famous celebrity or personality, would you accept the special treatment that was allegedly given to you? Or you'd rather face the fact that everyone should be treated equally?
Kim Chiu previously became the center of all controversies not just on social media but also on television after a netizen accused her of being given a special treatment during the Comelec registration.
It was back in November 2015 when Kim Chiu became a trending topic on Facebook after a netizen posted a video of her taken at the Comelec registration. In the viral video, the man who filmed it accused Kim Chiu of skipping the long lines and used her 'popularity' so that she would no longer have to fall in line.
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The man who posted the video was furious to the point that he kept on asking the Comelec officials as to why they let her skip the lines and pass the other citizens. He can even be heard saying 'Eh ano naman' every time someone says 'Si Kim Chiu yan e'.
The caption on the video read:
"Nangyari ang insidenteng ito noong oktubre 27, 2015. Matagal naghintay ang mga tao sa isang lugar sa Marikina para makapag parehistro sa darating na botohan.
"Noong nagsisimula na ang processing, may biglaang dumating na artista itago na lang natin sa pangalang 'Kim Chiu' (hahaha) So ayun dahil artista nga hindi nya na kailangan pumila.
"Nakakaawa yung mga taong naghintay makapag parehistro ng maaga lalong lalo na yung mga matatanda parang tinaboy lang para paunahin si Tsinita Princess.#OnlyinthePhilippines
"Pag artista ka di ka na kailangan pumila!!! dito lang yan sa comelec marikina.
"Pati senior citizens kawawa sa kanila. Comelec chairman ayusin mo naman mga bata mo."- Complainant (Fred L.)
Of course, Kim Chiu was flooded with hate comments after the video surfaced online, but then, it appears that the actress didn't get affected at all and even decided to speak up to let everyone know the truth.
According to her, she was already at the mall at around 7 in the morning before there was a line and asked her road manager to fall in line for her and when it's her turn, she decided to hop off the vehicle and register.
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"@adel_delica I was there 7:30 am po kasi I had a flight after, my RM lined up for me po,close pa mall. nung turn ko na po tsaka ako bumaba..."
The Chinita princess then gave everyone a piece of advice by saying that they should never judge someone or something based on what they see.
"dont judge if you dont know the real story.. dont base sa kung anong nakikita ng mata.. know everything first, bago mag kwento.." she said.
Via: ManilaReaders, GMA