Kathryn Bernardo Vaping Video Viral On Twitter, Youtube, Tiktok, Reddit (Watch Full Video)
Kathryn Bernardo, a Filipino actress, has released a statement regarding the viral video in which she was spotted vaping. During a press conference for A Very Good Girl on August 23, the 27-year-old actress was questioned about the TikTok video showing her smoking a vaporizer that went viral.
“First, I’m sad that there is a video about it because it seems like my privacy has been [ violated ]. But then, it happened, so it ‘s okay if it happened. If I do that, or if I don’t do that, or if I only do that in the movie, that doesn’t define my personality. It won’t make me less of a person. I guess it just depends on the people. Just wait for the movie.”
Speaking to the media, Bernardo expressed her wish that no one would ever invade her privacy again or record her without her permission.
“I hope it won’t happen again because we also need our privacy and personal space.”
Reportedly, a video of Kathryn Bernardo went viral in July 2023 where she can be seen holding what appears to be vape. She faced severe backlash online as It Might Be You star is often seen as a role model for the younger generation.
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Along with her admirers, Kathryn Bernardo’s A Very Good Girl co-star Dolly de Leon defended her, saying she was merely holding the vaporizer for a scene they were about to shoot.
“She has to practice using a vape because she doesn’t know how to use it. But if she’s indeed vaping and drinking, it’s okay because she’s at the right age. She’s at the legal age.”
Born on March 26, 1996, Kathryn Bernardo is a native of Cabanatuan, Philippines. She grew up with her two sisters, Chrysler Bernardo and Kaye Bernardo, and her brother, Kevin Cabanatuan.
She attended the OB Montessori Center Inc. for her elementary education. She received her education at home when she started performing. She chose to study marketing at Taguig’s Enderun Colleges.
Kathryn Bernardo made her television debut in the 2003 season of the show It Might Be You, albeit in a minor capacity. Her first significant role came in the 2006 television series Super Inggo as Maya, the primary character’s love interest. The show’s premise is around a ten-year-old boy named Budong who dreams of being a superhero in the future.
After succeeding in the television industry, she transitioned into the film industry. In the middle of the 2000s, she appeared in films including Gagamboy (2004), Taltong Baraha (2006), and Supahpapalicious (2008).
She became well-known after playing the lead role in the drama series Mara Clara in 2010. It was a remake of the 1992 television program of the same name.