Veteran actor Christopher De Leon said that he's affected by the arrest of godchild Mark Anthony Fernandez but supports the Duterte administration' s fight against illegal drugs, as reported by PEP.
The actor got shocked when he was informed about the drugs caught in Fernandez's car, “Oh, wow, wow… shocked! A kilo… of marijuana? That’s kinda hard to tackle, ‘no?"
“Hopefully, one of these days, I can visit my inaanak... inaanak ko pa yun! Just be there, just visit him and make him feel that we care. Kasi wala ka namang masasabi, 'pag nandun ka sa loob, masasabi mo bang, ‘Kumusta ka?’ or ‘Okay ka lang ba?’"
“Ang hirap… kasi ang kulungan talaga is hell, it’s hell!,” he said.
“Kasi naaalala ko yung pamangkin ko, 'di ba, sa Vizconde? Oo, acquitted, wala namang kasalanan, ang tagal tagal [nakulong]."
“And every time I went there, it was just, like, halos tahimik lang kami. Tapos, kuwento ng ibang mga kalokohan!”
When he was asked about what can he say about the administration's campaign against illegal drugs he said, "Well, tama na, tama na yung pakinggan natin ang Presidente. Pakinggan natin yung mga babala… let’s get serious, let’s stay away."
“Demonyo ‘yan, demonyo talaga 'yang droga, alam ko ‘yan. I’ve been there, I’ve done that and the only way that I was delivered from that was God. So, tamang-tama lahat ‘yan, sana maging way nila is to surrender themselves to our Maker.”
“During those days na I was taking it, I was losing everything. I was selling stuff, nobody wanted to get me for projects anymore. Friends were shying away from me, my parents were worried like hell. 'Yung family ko, iniwan ako."
“Wala kang panalo diyan. Hang on to God, kapit-tuko ka sa Panginoon, eventually, He will make a way for you.”
“Tama si Presidente… nagugulat nga ako. Akala ko nag-phase out na yang fad na ‘yan, e! Meron pa pala, e, ang dadami nilang nakukuha!”
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