Shaina balik-social media!



Nilinaw na hindi namatay sa hypothyroidism

Balik-social media si Shaina Magdayao. At ang unang ginawa niya, ang i-deny na namatay na siya.

Five weeks ago nang mag-post siya ng “The best parts of my life don’t make it to social media.”

At since then nga ay hindi siya nagparamdam.

“I’m working on ‘being present,’ you know, but who am I kidding, really? I’ve always had a struggle with (social) media… and I knew it was ‘work season’ but I did not expect it to be this crazy amazing yet hectic!

“Sooo many film/work/experiences and memories to share! From my travels early this year, to the first-ever Ricky Lee character I breathed life, to our film #MNLHKNY, to Nang Ngumiti Ang Langit. Oh, and the ABS-CBN Ball that’s happening tonight!

“To film festivals I never thought and dreamed of experiencing later this year — (we’ll announce soon) to wrapping up my third Lav Diaz film.

“I honestly had other plans for my 30th but … looks like the months ahead will be bigger and sweeter.

“I’ve surrendered plans to Him and He has never failed to amaze and show me that His plans are biggest and best!

“I serve a generous God! We all do. We just have to turn to and learn to trust Him.

“Please bear with me and view my stories for now. #nothingbutoverflowinggratitude #onautopilot,” sabi sa last post niya bago nagkaroon ng hiatus sa social media since September 14.

At sa kanyang pagbalik, nilinaw niya agad na hindi siya namatay sa sakit na hypothyroidism.

“Im baaaccckkk! Or should I say, I’m ALIIIIVE and oh so ready for SCORP SEASON and my 30th!!!

“How refreshing to be off socmed for a while.

“Missed you too, IG world!

“Taken a few days ago for something that’s coming out SOON!,” ang “comeback” post niya.

Fake news na fake news naman kasi ang kumalat sa social media na isinugod daw si Shaina sa hospital dahil sa hypothyroidism pero dead on arrival.

Na pinatulan ng ibang legit news websites ha.

Anyway, double checking is the key.

Salve Asis
Salve Asis
Salve Asis is an entertainment columnist and editor of Pilipino Star Ngayon and Pang Masa. A member of the Cinema Evaluation Board, she’s one of the founders and officers of the Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors (SPEED).