Riverdale’s Cole Sprouse apologetic over caption of Manila photograph on social media, Leisure Information
Whereas it was his intention to seize the busy capital of Manila via his digital camera lens, “Riverdale” star Cole Sprouse appeared to have obtained backlash-not for his pictures, however for his captions.
Beforehand, Sprouse was on the town for a meet-and-greet occasion, and he took the chance to the Philippine capital as a memento of his journey.
As Sprouse posted his spectacular pictures on his Instagram with a number of the captions merely written “Manila,” one photograph obtained netizens abuzz.
Sprouse posted this photograph of a busy neighborhood, with some youngsters included within the shot yesterday. He captioned, “Well I’m not your parent, don’t gotta follow me around.”
However some weren’t pleased with this put up, accusinghim of “sensationalizing poverty.” In order to not add extra gas to the fireplace, Sprouse has since deleted this photograph and took to Instagram Story to put up his apology.
“For those of you that took offence to this photo or the caption, I removed it,” Sprouse wrote. “My apologies, and not my intention.”
The actor additional stated he was not “seeking to sensationalize poverty nor poke fun.” He expressed in remorse: “[S]houlda have thought more about the words used, and the implications of those words I hadn’t even considered.”
Whereas this setback occurred to him, he promised: “I’ll continue to post about my travels through Manila, showing all sides of the city as experienced.”
Regardless of the bashing, some applauded the star for taking photographs of the “real” Manila. One netizen, @Yencheungroel, wrote on Twitter: “@colesprouse in behalf of the Filipino people, ‘Maraming salamat (Thank you so much)!’ for showing that our country may be suffering from poverty but still life goes on! Bless you jughead!”
Aside from appearing, Sprouse has been taking pictures as a interest, and has been recognized to have a big following on his Instagram web page due to it.
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