MANILA — TV host Drew Arellano will not have strangers taking photos of his two children without his permission, or else, he warned, he might just lose his temper.
“If I were to lose my cool and I’m usually cool about things, it would be to strangers who whip out their phones and take snaps of my 2 boys without asking,” he wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
Arellano, 39, did not specify an incident that prompted his tweet.
He has two sons — Primo, 2, and newborn Leon — with his wife, actress-host Iya Villania.
Arellano and Villania, who have a combined four million followers on Instagram alone, have been open about their family life, including milestones of their sons, since getting married in 2014.
Primo, in particular, has become a social media star of sorts, with fan pages dedicated to the toddler. He, as well as Leon, have appeared in a number of ads with their parents.
Even then, going by Arellano’s sentiments on Twitter, unsolicited snaps of his kids from strangers are far from welcome, as any parent would agree.
“Please show a lil respect and etiquette, ladies and gents. #youdonotwanttoseemelosemycool,” he wrote.