A producer criticized the executives of broadcasting company ABS-CBN for allegedly not being sincere in their apology to the President after they aired an anti-Duterte ad paid by former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV in 2016.
In a Facebook post, Robby Tarroza called the high officials of ABS-CBN as liars and called them out for asking the public for sympathy while in the past they didn’t show any pity to their former talents.
He also criticized the current talents of ABS-CBN who are defending the broadcasting network, saying that when they’re also going to get dumped when they’re not popular anymore.
“OK so after a couple of days of intense research on FACTS of the whole ABS-CBN issue against President Duterre. why I am addressing the issue between my two parties and not the re-issuance of the broadcast franchise, is because it should be known what LIARS ABS-CBN executives are!” Tarroza said.
“1st of all, you strive on public DEMAND. which includes sympathy. But you have none in the many cases of the TALENTS you let go and cared NOTHING about their future. Many have come out recently and it is disgusting! making ME appeal to the TALENTS working under abs-cbn now, who are desperately appealing to the public to suport abs-cbn. If you TALENTS are NOT RATING, would they care about YOU? how you will pay your bills? put your children to school? NO!!! pero mga executive na yan, tuloy tulloy ang mataas na sweldo nila, with benefits, buwan buwan! with retirement pa! tama? ok…. moving right along!” he added.
He urged the artists of ABS-CBN to do what is right and condemn the commercial aired by the broadcasting company in 2016 that featuring children talking bad about President Duterte.
“I now appeal to the artists who have been ALL OUT in support of abs-cbn. please do whats right. not vested interest acts. God knows your needs and will continue to provide. but doing what is right, is what will truly bless you. ABS-CBN is very cut-throat and will never side with you. trust me, I know this for a fact. Kapag Wala ka na silbi, tapon ka na!”
“Karma comes eventually. but always does. but when it does come, it is sometimes the worst ever!”
He’s also hoping that ABS-CBN is going “to change” if they’re going to survive the franchise renewal issue.
I wish abs-cbn the best. but in my heart, I know this has to end. now picking up the pieces after and rebuilding will be something rather interesting to watch,”
He then asked if the children featured in the anti-Duterte ad are talents of ABS-CBN and the President should file charges against the broadcasting company.
“AGAIN, my reaction is based on FACTS! and it is a FACT, abs-cbn executives are liars and should be ashamed of themselves! Why have you guys NEVER admitted the attcks against Dutuerte using those children? aren’t those kids abs -cbn talents?”
“President Duterte should have sued abs-cbn! and that is a FACT!”
Two weeks ago, the CEO of ABS-CBN Carlo Katigbak apologized to President Duterte for not airing the local political ads he paid while the commercial paid by Trillanes was aired.
“We were sorry if we offended the President. We felt that we are just abiding with the laws and regulations that surround the airing of political ads,” Katigbak said.
“ABS (CBN) does not and will not have its own political agenda,” he added.