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Gerald Anderson on ABS-CBN franchise renewal issue: “Above my pay grade”

He said: “Above my pay grade, wala na ako say ‘don pero sana maging maayos. Respetuhin natin kung ano maging decision niya but, siyempre at the end of the day sana may trabaho pa rin lahat na nasa ABS. At the end of the day, siya pa rin ang Presidente natin, respetuhin natin kung ano man ‘yon.”

The newest Philippine Youth Ambassador of Goodwill Gerald Anderson is one of the Kapamilya celebrities who’s set to launch his comeback TV series on January 20, 2020 as the replacement show for Maja Salvador’s The Killer Bride.

In line with this, Gerald was interviewed about his opinion on the giant network’s franchise renewal as well as President Rodrigo Duterte’s constant threats to disapprove it.

At first, Gerald seemed hesitant to reply.

He said: “Above my pay grade, wala na ako say ‘don pero sana maging maayos. Respetuhin natin kung ano maging decision niya but, siyempre at the end of the day sana may trabaho pa rin lahat na nasa ABS. At the end of the day, siya pa rin ang Presidente natin, respetuhin natin kung ano man ‘yon.”

Meanwhile, the Kapamilya actor feels grateful for the training they had for his upcoming series A Soldier’s Heart, as it helped them to portray their roles efficiently.



“Maswerte na pinili ako, it’s a blessing. Yung training sobrang hirap niya talaga, it’s also one of the best experiences sa buhay ko. Yung perspective natin sa buhay, naiba eh. Nababawasan ko yung mga reklamo sa buhay, yung pag-iirita, yung patience, na build ko yung patience ko. Parang nakakahiya naman na magreklamo tayo na traffic sa edsa, ‘yung mga sundalo natin ‘di sila sure, ‘di sigurado buhay nila galling sa bakbakan.”

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