Former DZMM radio host Jobert Sucaldito slammed Coco Martin for being worried about how he would provide food now for his family after the government forced ABS-CBN to shut down their operations.
According to Sucaldito, Martin, and other ABS-CBN top talents like Vice Ganda are already wealthy that they could eat expensive foods like steak every day for years without working.
“Kahit tatlong taon ‘yan hindi lumabas ng bahay araw araw pwedeng kumain ng steak ‘yan, maraming pera ‘yan, kumbaga h’wag kayong padadala sa mga… naiintindihan ko may galit siya because syempre mawawalan sila ng additional na income diba… pera nila… gagamitin lang naman nila ang sentimyento ng taumbayan,” Sucaldito said. in an interview with DZAR 1026.
Sucaldito told Martin that he should not force the public to fight for ABS-CBN, saying that they should face their franchise problem without expecting any help from other people.
“Wag naman ‘gano’n, ikaw lang kasi unang-una ay nanghihinayang ka dahil kasi malaki pa ang kikitain mo diyan sa loob kapag hindi naipasara (ang ABS-CBN),” Sucaldito said.
“Ang sa akin lang, gusto ko sanang intindihin si Cardo (Martin) ‘yun nga lang hindi na kasi ma verbalize, hindi naman niya na ca-capture ang ano… kulang sa emosyon, kulang sa acting, alam mo ‘yun? Tigilan na ‘yung pang gagamit sa mga tao, kumbaga hindi maganda ang pag-direct niya sa sarili niya,” he added.
The veteran columnist also suggested that Martin should encourage his colleagues to discuss how they would save the company privately instead of publishing criticisms against the government on social media.
Sucaldito has gone viral on social media after he accused ABS-CBN of committing unfair practices to some of their former employees including him.
The columnist said that he worked for DZMM for 17 years but remained contractual until he was allegedly forced to sign voluntary indefinite suspension after he released a scoop about ABS-CBN top actress Nadine Lustre.
As a response to the actions of ABS-CBN, Sucaldito filed an illegal dismissal complaint against his former company.