in , ,

Ogie Diaz recalls issue with John Regala: “Bakit ako ang inaaway mo?”

Ogie told John, “Sandali, sandali, nag voice over lang ako, hindi ako nag-script nyan. Tanungin mo sila, ako lang nag voice over non. Bakit ako ang inaaway mo?”

In a press conference of DZMM for OMJ and Tulong Ko Pasa Mo held at Novotel Manila, Araneta Cubao last Wednesday, October 23, Ogie Diaz remembered the issue that happened between him and John Regala during the now-defunct show Showbiz Linggo.

Ogie shared during the press conference that John confronted him and said, “Anong sinasabi mo, ano sinasabi mong naghihirap ako? Gusto mong sapakin kita?”

But Liza Soberano’s talent manager immediately explained that the program just used his voice, and he was not the person who wrote the script.

Ogie told John, “Sandali, sandali, nag voice over lang ako, hindi ako nag-script nyan. Tanungin mo sila, ako lang nag voice over non. Bakit ako ang inaaway mo?”

At that moment, Ogie asked the staff to call the writer responsible for the script he used for the voice over. Later on, when John had the chance to be a guest on Cristy Per Minute, he approached and apologized to Ogie inside the dressing room. They managed to patch things up.

You can catch OMJ of Ogie and MJ every Saturday at 9PM on DZMM where the duo talks about the latest and juiciest entertainment issues with wit and humor.

MJ also emphasized the importance of their radio show amidst the proliferation of online trolls, he said:

“It is news platforms and commentary shows like OMJ that are able to give people accurate, complete, and comprehensive context of the stories. We have a different discipline when it comes to dissecting issues and verifying news, which is important because of all the fake news and trolls online.”



While Tulong Ko Pasa Mo airs every Sunday at 9PM which aims to help individuals to handle their finance, relations, career and necessary life skills. Catch these shows at DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, DZMM TeleRadyo and iWant.

Comments

Chie Filomeno has no plans to reconcile with Dawn Chang

‘Doc Willie The Movie’ profits to serve as donations for sick and poor