Businessman Francis Leo Marcos slammed his neighbors after getting informed that someone filed a complaint against him after he vlogged the super-exclusive subdivision in Quezon City he living in yesterday.
In the latest video, Marcos also revealed the decision of the said subdivision to block the entry of the truck he hired to deliver 5-tons of rice to the communities in Payatas, Quezon City.
He suspected that the decision of the subdivision to block the vehicle is because of the complaint filed by his neighbor, accusing him of endangering the people living in the neighborhood because of exposing their houses on the internet.
According to him, he’s having difficulties in transporting the rice stored in his house to the truck outside the subdivision because they’re only using an SUV to deliver it, in and out.
He also revealed that some of the workers of his neighbors went personally to his home and asked him for a sack of rice.
“Kung sino ka man na nagrereport sa akin, ayan milyong milyong Pilipino ang nanonood sa akin, wala kang kwentang nilalang, baka yung katulong mo pa nga yung pumunta dito at humingi ng bigas eh, ang kapal ng mukha mo,” he said.
Marcos said that he’s not going to stop to his philanthropic activities despite the complaints he received from his neighbor.
“Pare parehas tayong taga dito, hindi lang ikaw ang may karapatan dito, pati ako dito dahil taga rito ako,” he told his neighbor.
He also clarified that the criticisms he said in the published yesterday were intended to his neighbors who didn’t even help other people amid the crisis being faced by the country.
Marcos also insisted that they should allow the truck to enter the subdivision because they’re using it for humanitarian aid.
“Mayroon tayong lockdown rules, pero pwede bang makiusap ang sabi ko, ‘in every rules, even the rules of the land, there will always be an exemption as long as there a justification, especially if it is committed or connected to humanitarian reason’,” he said.
Marcos also told his neighbors that they should be proud of him instead of complaining about his actions because what he’s doing is helping the needy.
Yesterday, Marcos posted a vlog to urge his neighbors to go outside their mansions and help the people affected by the enhanced community quarantine.
“Para sa mga kapitbahay ko dito sa subdivision, para sa akin makasarili kayong lahat, kayong mga hindi tumutulong sa ating mamamayan,” he said.
He also admitted that what he did was against the rules of their subdivision, but he still did it to spread awareness.
According to him, his live videos on Facebook was deleted due to unknown reasons.