LOOK: Star athletes headline #PlayClean anti-drug campaign
ABS-CBN Sports on Oct 18, 2016 09:07 AM
Photo courtesy of Mika Reyes' Instagram: @reyesmikaaa
The country's best and most well-known athletes have joined forces, not on the court, but on the screen.
You may have seen an ad on TV the past week that starts off showing a clump of colorful pills as a cacophony of voices swarm your ears.
It then forms a skull, drained of life and color.
Then comes the warning: "Face the truth or face the consequences".
Followed by a continuous shot of the athletes clad in white, standing out from the pitch black background, encouraging viewers to stay away from drugs, as there is no way to rebound from its effects, once it is all said and done.
You may have also seen some of the athletes posting their campaign selfies online, replete with the #PlayClean hasthag, so we've come out of our way to compile most of them for viewing (and humanitarian) reasons.
RAY PARKS JR.
"No thanks, I #PlayClean !" Join the fight against illegal drugs by wearing white and post a picture or video of yourself. Tag me back and encourage your friends to join our movement. Let's start a better future together towards a drug-free Philippines! Don't mind the black eye... I'm training for my fight Dec 2 @moaarena 😂☺️👍🏾💪🏾👊🏾 #verafied #alliancemma #onechampionship #heavyweight #champion #virtualplaygroundfamily
JOHNVIC DE GUZMAN