The shooting of KathNiel‘s Primetime series Got To Believe draws disturbance to the De La Salle students, reports say.
Based from the message posted online by De La Salle University Student Council President Jheng Sakay, La Sallians are protesting against the shooting of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s hit TV Series in DLSU Dasmarinas campus as it already disrupted and disturbed several classes. In addition, the students reportedly were against to the shooting since it caused a lot of inconvenience and it might harm them consequently.
Jheng Sakay posted this message online:
Lasallians, wondering why there is no shooting of Got To Believe today?
It is a clear manifestation that the voice voice each and every students is being heard. That our administration is doing its part to protect and preserve our rights and interests. It’s just a start. Let us wait and support the OVCFAS for taking necessary actions to address this concern.
If it’s true that the Got To Believe team has disturbed the community, this will be a big problem for them as they will look for another location for the schooling scenes. We just hope this misunderstanding will be covered up with full and rational understanding.