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LOOK: Celebrities sport red lipstick after Angel Locsin's #notoredtagging call

Celebrities showed their support for actress Angel Locsin's #noredtagging campaign by wearing red lipstick in their photos over the weekend.

On October 23, Locsin released a statement urging Lieutenant General Antonio Parlade Jr to stop red-tagging personalities without any evidence.

The statement was accompanied by a photo of Locsin wearing a red dress and lipstick with the hashtags #NoToRedTagging and #YesToRedLipstick.

Actresses Cherry Pie Picache and Agot Isidro showed support by posting photos on their accounts.

"Pinagpapasalamat ko na ako ay isinilang sa isang Bayan na malaya, may demokrasya at nirerespeto ang aking karapatan bilang tao, babae at mamamayan," Cherry Pie wrote.

(I am thankful that I was born in a country that is free, that has democracy and respect my right as a human, woman, and member of society.)

"Dahil sabi ng anak kong si Lyka, #YesToRedLipstick and #notoredtagging in support of our empowered Filipinas. #DarnaDiKaNagiisa," Agot said, referring to the character Angel played in Lobo.

(To echo the words of my daughter Lyka, #YesToRedLipstick and #notoredtagging in support of our empowered Filipinas. #DarnaDiKaNagiisa)

Pia Magalona, wife of the late rapper Francis Magalona tweeted: "#YesToRedLipstick #NoToRedTagging In solidarity with empowered women and in support of Filipinos who are trying to be silenced by the powers that be. "

She tagged Angel, Liza Soberano, and Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, who was also mentioned in Parlade's statement.

Bituin Escalante and Eugene Domingo also joined in the campaign.

Parlade, Southern Luzon military commander and spokesman of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC), earlier "warned" Soberano and Gray against supporting women’s group Gabriela and other similar organizations. Parlade is the most vocal military voice against rights groups and Leftist groups, often issuing statements without basis on social media.

His statements were criticized by online users.

Soberano's camp says the actress remains "apolitical" while Gray's lawyer Joji Alonso issued a statement saying Parlade's statement "is completely uncalled for." Locsin has denied Parlade's allegations, while ABS-CBN, the two actress' home network, backed the two and urged officials to encourage speaking out without the fear of red-tagging. – Rappler.com