Tito Sotto, maglalabas ng patunay na hindi nalulugi ang Eat Bulaga

Eat Bulaga host Tito Sotto said that he was willing to provide documents to prove that their longest-running noontime show was already on the verge of closing due to financial difficulties.

On the Wednesday episode of Eat Bulaga, Tito said that he would present the income tax returns of Eat Bulaga to counter the reports that they’re not gaining profits anymore due to their ballooning budget.

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“May mga sinungaling na nagkakalat na nalulugi daw ta’yo at magsasara na daw tayo… Ang sabi ng mga sinungaling,” said Tito.

“Para mapatunayan na tayo ay hindi nagsisinungaling at sila’y mga sinungaling, bukas bibigyan natin ang media ng kopya ng file sa BIR ng income tax. Para makita nila. Yong mga nagsasalita ng gano’n mga sinungaling ‘yon, wag kayong maniniwala ‘don sa mga ‘yon,” he added.

Tito’s co-host, Allan K, also called the critics of Eat Bulaga ‘mema.’

It can be recalled that several social media pages claimed that Eat Bulaga was facing financial difficulties due to its ballooning production budget.

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The profit sharing between MediaQuest and TVJ Production was also facing issues due to its allegedly lowering revenues.

However, the document that may be presented by Tito would end the speculations about the show.

The issue started to spread after Eat Bulaga’s number one competitor, It’s Showtime was transferred to GMA, the former network of TVJ.

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While It’s Showtime was already surpassing Eat Bulaga in noontime show ratings, experts believed that it would be too early for Kapamilya fans to celebrate as the Dabarkads were known to recover from lowering popularity.

 

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