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Iwa Moto was taken aback when street children asked her for money via Gcash

Moto narrated, the first asked for change for food; the second asked for money to return home, but the third said they accept money through an e-wallet called G-cash. 

Celebrity mom and former “Starstruck” avenger Iwa Moto was surprised when a young beggar asked her for money via an e-wallet.

In a TikTok video, Moto narrated that when she was leaving the store after purchasing what she needed, she noticed three children waiting for her.  She shared, “…may binili ako sa isang shop dito sa loob ng village namin…I did not bring anything. Ang dala ko lang ay susi ng kotse tsaka telepono ko kasi nga may e-wallet naman doon.”

Two of the children said they needed money to go home but Moto didn’t have any spare change.

Moto narrated, the first asked for change for food; the second asked for money to return home, but the third said they accept money through an e-wallet called G-cash.  The child even pulled out their phone to show that they were serious.

To her astonishment, Moto recounted, “Hindi ko na alam ang gagawin ko. And take note, inabangan nila akong tatlo sa pintuan.”

https://www.tiktok.com/@iam_iwa/video/7166591734909095194?embed_source=70842511%2C120811592%2C120810756%3Bnull%3Bembed_pause_share&is_from_webapp=v1&item_id=7166591734909095194&refer=embed&referer_url=bandera.inquirer.net%2F330383%2Fiwa-moto-shookt-sa-pulubing-nanlilimos-sa-kanya-tumatanggap-raw-ng-gcash&referer_video_id=7166591734909095194


According to internet users, street children have now progressed. Some questioned how minors could easily open a G-Cash account.

Written by paulie walnuts

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