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BINI Aiah calls for respect for ‘personal time’

BINI member Aiah Arceta broke her silence and requested the public to respect the “personal time” and “humanity” of celebrities. This after the group had an encounter with a man who tried to kiss her at a lounge in Cebu City.

On Instagram, Aiah posted the following:

Hi everyone,

I haven’t been active lately on social media, and I haven’t been very responsive to messages, even from some of my family and friends. The truth is, a lot of things have been happening lately, and I just needed some time and space to process them.

I appreciate and am grateful to everyone who has been so kind, understanding, and patient with me. I am blessed to have people like them, and I hope we can continue to have eyes that can see the good, mouths that can speak what’s right, and ears that can listen and understand.

I also want to take this opportunity to speak up about my recent trip to Cebu, where I went home in the hopes of de-stressing, relaxing, and enjoying my time with family and friends. I got to bond with them, and I was extremely happy to do so.

However, there were still times when other people would not understand the need for privacy and personal time. Some would directly run up to me, grab a photo (even while I was eating), post it in real-time, use my face and post it on pages or places for the sake of clout and publicity without my consent, and worse, some would even include the real-time location, which I don’t think is safe.

Don’t get me wrong, I like taking pictures with others, and I enjoy meeting people who are as passionate as we are in the world of music and entertainment. It also warms my heart to hear and see people slowly learning more about me and my group, BINI. But I just hope that people also see and respect us as human beings. We don’t always get to go out lately because we have been busy with work, and the least we can ask for is for others to respect our personal time and our humanity.

Lastly, I also want to remind everyone to be kinder with their words and actions, especially when expressed online. You never know how much it could take a toll on somebody and affect them on a daily basis. I hope we can fill this world with love, respect, and positivity.’

(Photo source: Instagram – @Bini Aiah)

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