Angel Locsin Shares Former High School Bully’s Apology
- March 29, 2019
- INSIDESHOWBIZ.PH TEAM
In what was probably an unexpected turn of event for actress Angel Locsin, a former high school bully messaged her to apologize for making life hard for the actress years ago when they were in high school together. Angel, of course, accepted the apology and shared the heart warming message on her social media accounts in hopes of inspiring others to be more loving and forgiving.
Angel Locsin definitely tugged the heart strings of many when she shared an apology that was sent to her by a former high school bully on her Instagram account.
The former bully wrote, “Hi Angel, you probably don’t remember me but I used to not like you back in USTHS. I remember I bullied you before (when there was such thing as “kabogan“). I want to say I am sorry. I am also not a fan however, I want you to know (while I am watching your movies in Netflix) that I am extremely amazed by how good an actress you are! Congratulations on how you have become a very good actress! I can probably say perhaps, I am a fan now! Again, I apologized for the behavior I did to you.”
Angel was courteous as she accepted the apology and even apologized herself for whatever that she may have done to merit her former bully’s distaste of her. “Hello! Mga bata pa tayo nun hehe. Your message made me smile. Salamat. Pasensya na rin kung may nagawa ako para hindi mo ako magustuhan. Sabi nga nila, ‘It takes two to tango.’ So ayun, pasensya na. Ingat lagi!”
The actress shared the heartwarming conversation on her Instagram stories in hopes of sparking more encounters like hers. Angel captioned the story with, “I’m quite moved by this. Sharing this to you guys in case kailangan niyo. At some point in our lives, we’ve all been bullied, and we’ve all been bullies. But as a wise Beatle once wrote, ‘Life is very short, and there’s no time for fussing and fighting my friend.’ So, if you have the chance to apologize to someone you’ve hurt, take it. And if someone asks for your forgiveness, give it to them. In either case, if your efforts are sincere, you’ll never regret it.”