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Mariel Rodriguez affected by Robin Padilla’s attacks on ABS-CBN

Mariel Rodriguez is caught in between her husband Robin Padilla and her employers ABS-CBN

  • Robin Padilla recently aired attacks on ABS-CBN and its artists amid its franchise renewal issue
  • This can possibly affect Mariel’s good working relationship with ABS-CBN

With Robin Padilla’s continuous attacks on ABS-CBN, many speculated that his wife Mariel Rodriguez will not set her foot again on the set of the noontime show It’s Showtime where she has worked for more than four years now.

It seems that the TV host is now caught in between her husband Robin and her employer ABS-CBN. The rift can also greatly affect her work relationship with the broadcast giant.

Robin has been going after the Kapamilya network and his fellow artists who have expressed their support for ABS-CBN.

The actor started receiving criticisms online after posting a statement allegedly aimed at ABS-CBN.

He wrote, “No man is above the law and no man is below it. Mayaman o ­mahirap may kapangyarihan o wala, sikat man o hindi, ang lahat dapat ay pantay-pantay sa harap ng batas dahil ang hustisya ay walang tinitingnan o tinititigan, ang mali ay mali at ang tama ay tama, walang maybe o exempted, ang lahat ay mananagot kapag  lumabag sa batas.”

ABS-CBN executive Ethel Espiritu responded to Robin’s attacks with the quote “think before you click” and reminded him that his relatives are working at the network, including his brother Rommel Padilla, nephew Daniel Padilla, son-in-law Aljur Abrenica, and wife Mariel. She also questioned why he didn’t call their attention to issues in the first place if there was something wrong with the network.

With Robin’s attacks on ABS-CBN and support of President Rodrigo Duterte’s view on its franchise renewal, the actor, who reportedly has a pending show, might never show up on the Kapamilya Network again.

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