Apo Hiking Society’s Jim Paredes didn’t hesitate to open his door for the flood victims.
He welcome evacuees in his home in Loyola heights, Quezon City on a Wednesday night.
On his Twitter account, Jim told his experience about his “night of passion”.
“It’s been a awhile but right now there is a baby in the house! An evacuee from a dpressed area nearby.
“This is like my Night of Passion. I am housing people I don’t know. Seriously, it must be hard for them to ask than for me to say yes.”
Paredes didn’t mention the number of people who stayed in his home during the flooding but he posted a picture of a kid on his Twitter account. The musician also said that he is pleased because it’s been a long time since he had a child in his house.
“It just feels so special to have a kid here… No matter how I try, the kid won’t respond to me. Me thinks I’ve lost my touch. Feel like a young parent again.”
Yesterday, Jim congratulated the government for their effort throughout these harsh times on his Twitter.
“To @MMDA, @govph, rescuers and other hardworking agencies in and out of government, your valuable work is noticed appreciated. Salamat,” Jim said.
Meanwhile, showbiz couple Robin Padilla and Mariel Rodriguez also opened their home to their neighbors who were also victims of the calamity.
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