I think Ellen Adarna, as a human being, had those days of not having been able to put her words together. This might trigger some emotional, mental or physical matters especially when she posted on her twitter account that she was tipsy during the interview. I've seen some of her videos and read how she writes. It's not as bad as what people think just because she failed to deliver good grammar in her one interview. People instantly scrutinize a mistake after witnessing one. One little mistake and she's judged as bad. We often forget to put some benefit of the doubt or dig more about the person. Just like failing a quiz or maybe having a writer's block, she must have experienced that in the moment. Each of us may have experienced a similar situation in the past and maybe in the future.
We judge because we don't understand, but you know, we could count on their good side instead without dwelling on their weaknesses. Open our minds and always give benefit of the doubt, give them a chance; they aren't the drug lords or the syndicates, the murderers or the most sinful people, The Cedric Lee, they are still in their minds, like us. If Ellen Adarna couldn't answer the interview well, how much more the people with stage-frights, the illiterates, uneducated and us who are humans?
Maybe if they're too much or uncontrollable, that's when we should agree that they deserve opinionated judgments.
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