Netizen writes open letter to Coco Martin: “Wala tayo sa probinsyano na ikaw ang bida, sa tunay na buhay, si President Duterte yun”

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Netizen criticized actor Coco Martin for declaring that the fight for ABS-CBN is also the battle for the Filipino people.

Noel Landero Sarifa via Facebook wrote an open letter addressing the top Kapamilya star who recently expressed his support to his home station.

Sarifa questioned Martin why the latter is insisting that Filipinos should also join the fight for a private company.

He also asked the actor why people should defend a company that allegedly spreading mind conditioning news.

The netizen also reminded Martin that the issue on ABS-CBN is not a teleserye that he could control the outcome.

You can read his whole post below:

Coco Martin/AKA Cardo,

Paano naging laban ng Pilipino ang laban ng Private Company? Ang Owner ang ABS-CBN ay ABS-CBN Corporation, it is not a state owned company. Renewal of Franchise is a company and private matter, why would it be our fight?

Why would we fight for someone who gives us bias and mind conditioning news and programs? Ipaglalaban namin ang nanloloko sa taumbayan? This is not about Probinsyano, at kahit ung programa mo pa ang pag-uusapan, hindi namin ipaglalaban. Di ba pinaglalaban mo ang batas sa ang probinsyano? bakit hindi ma gawin sa totoong buhay?

Pagka-aala ko, sinaraan pa ng teleserye mo ang imahe ng ating kapulisan, tapos makikipaglaban ang Pilipinas para sa network mo? It is your company’s responsibility. Wag nang maraming drama, magrenew lang ng Franchise, managot sa mga violations kung napatunayang may pag-labag, magfile ng appeal kung kinakailangan. Tapos ang usapan.

Wala tayo sa probinsyano na ikaw ang bida, sa tunay na buhay, si President Duterte yun, hindi ikaw.

A few days ago, Martin said that the government should not stop the people from expressing their opinions on the ABS-CBN issue.

He also pointed out how the network helped many people including him.

“Hindi ko hahayaan na isang araw magising na lang ako na ‘yung pinagkakautangan ko ng loob, ng maraming empleyado, na nagbibigay sa’min ng hanapbuhay para matupad ang aming mga pangarap ay mawala na lang nang bigla,” Martin said.

“Kinakailangan naming ipakita ang aming suporta, hindi lang kami, hindi lang lahat ng nagtatrabaho sa ABS-CBN kundi ang lahat ng mga Pilipino kasi hindi natin dapat pigilan ang tao na makapagsalita. Kailangan na maging malaya pa rin tayo kung ano ang opinyon natin at saloobin natin. Kailangan mapanindigan natin at masabi natin kung ano ang nararamdaman natin tungkol sa mga bagay-bagay na nangyayari sa ating bansa,” he added.

The franchise of ABS-CBN is set to expire in March 2020, however, the Department of Justice (DOJ) gave another two months extension to the broadcasting network.

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