MTRCB hinimok ang mga nagrereklamo sa It’s Showtime na magpasa ng pormal na reklamo

The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) urged netizens to not only express their disappointment with certain television shows on social media but also file a formal complaint with their agency.

Amid the issue being faced by It’s Showtime, following Vice Ganda’s decision to retract her apology to a participant of their segment “EXpecially For You,” several netizens visited MTRCB’s Facebook page to air their disappointment towards the Kapamilya noontime show.

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They asked the agency to take action against It’s Showtime for allegedly embarrassing their contestant on national television.

As a response, MTRCB encouraged the netizens to file a formal complaint against It’s Showtime.

“Para sa mabilis na resolusyon ukol sa inyong ulat, mangyari lamang po na i-access ang aming complaint/feedback form, sa pamamagitan ng link na ito: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc6t8UtJ9ZEUseejrsidUHE2OobBRcz3tQtGHwH2U4xsDwRew/viewform?” the agency wrote.

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“Mahalagang paalala: Punan ang mga kinakailangan na impormasyon na hinihingi sa form upang masiguro ang epektibong pagtugon sa inyong report, complaint, o feedback,” they added.

It can be recalled that Vice was supposed to apologize to the participant, Axel Cruz after he called him out for his gesture towards his ex-girlfriend, Maria Christine.

Christine already said that she was fine with the gestures of her ex-boyfriend, but Vice insisted that what Axel did was inappropriate.

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After Vice’s statement, Christine was reportedly so affected by the comedian’s statement that she called It’s Showtime staff to express her disappointment while crying.

According to her, the statement made by Vice put her in a bad light.

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