AJ Raval and Wilbert Ross could care less about well-known personalities selling sexual content for some extra cash.
In a media conference on their new movie ‘Crush Kong Curly,’ Ross said he actually has friends in the business who show off their bodies online for a living but doesn’t care for them as long as they don’t hurt anybody.
“May kilala akong nag lilive show, may account sa isang website ng mga photos. Simple lang eh’, as long as wala silang tinatapakang tao.” he said.
“Kung kaya mo gawin, gawin mo. Kung ‘di mo kaya, wag mong gawin. Wag na lang ijudge yung mga taong kayang gawin ‘yun. As long as wala silang nasisirang kahit ano. Sarili naman nila ‘yun eh. Kung ano maisip ng tao eh bahala na” he added.
Raval shared Ross’s sentiment, saying that it is really up to those people what they’ll do with their lives.
“Wala din naman akong pake. Hindi ko naman ikinahirap yung ginagawa nila. Sila pa rin mag dedesisyon sa gagawin nila.” she said.
Crush Kong Curly tells the story of Elle, played by Raval, who uses the power of sex to support her family, but they are unaware of what she does. She then meets Peter, an architect, who becomes her sexual partner.
The movie will premier on Vivamax starting Dec. 17, 2021.