Megastar Sharon Cuneta recently expressed her frustration on Twitter about dubious relief efforts for victims of super typhoon Yolanda.

"I just heard that in some places where goods are being repacked for distribution, may nakuha pang pumpapel na politiko -- in one place, CONGRESSMAN -- at nilalagyan ng pangalan nya ang packs!!! KAPAAAAL (I just heard that in some places where goods are being repacked for distribution, there's this congressman who would put his name on the relief goods!!! The nerve!!!!!)!!!!!" Sharon tweeted.

"I hear somewhere in Pasay naman, where a certain reputable org is also repacking, "TINATABI" ang mga delatang IMPORTED para sa sarili nila!!! MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO (I hear somewhere in Pasay naman, where a certain reputable org is also repacking, that [some people] would set aside imported canned goods for themselves!!! How shameful!!!)!!!" another post read.

According to PEP.ph, the Megastar recently became active on Twitter, as she has been regularly posting updates on super typhoon Yolanda victims. In a seperate article, PEP.ph reports that Sharon has donated P10 million to help out severely affected areas in the Visayas region.

Sharon's daughter, KC Concepcion, has likewise pledged P5 million to help the victims, according to ABS-CBNNEws.com.

(Photo courtesy of PEP.ph)

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