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Netizens slam Robin Padilla over post against ABS-CBN

Netizens blasted Robin Padilla for being an ingrate to the Kapamilya network.

Netizens slammed Robin Padilla for being ingrate when he posted on Facebook his take on the ABS-CBN franchise issue.

Over on Twitter, netizens criticized Padilla for being hypocritical since he was a former talent of the Kapamilya network and enjoyed a showbiz comeback with shows like Pilipinas Got Talent and Sana Dalawa Ang Puso.

Padilla on Thursday, February 13 called out ABS-CBN and Kapuso stars who openly supported ABS-CBN franchise renewal.

The former Kapamilya star challenged those stars to come out with their network contracts, bare it to the public and compare it with the off-cam workers of the network.

Padilla’s issue with ABS-CBN is their alleged unfair labor practices ranging from salary and working conditions.

“God is great!! para sa mga superstar ng abscbn at gma hinahamon ko kayo humarap ng live at ipagtanggol nyo ang mga network niyo. ilabas natin ang mga contract natin at ikumpara natin sa mga kasama natin sa trabaho sa taping at shooting,” Padilla wrote.

“Gusto niyo pala itama ang mali abay umpisahan natin sa una pag usapan muna natin ang tamang sueldo benepisyo at tamang oras ng trabaho ng mga kasama natin sa taping at shooting bago niyo ipaglaban ang karapatan ng kumpanya unahin niyo yun tao ng kumpanya na kasama niyo sa bawat araw sa location at wag niyo proteksyonan lang ang regular employees,” he added.

Padilla’s rant came after several big stars of the network openly spoke of their support for the embattled media giant.

Apparently, Padilla missed that the real concern of those stars who stood up for the network was to save the jobs of more than 11 thousand AB-CBN regular and non-regular employees as opposed to their own.

Meanwhile, here are other reactions from the netizens regarding Padilla’s statements against ABS-CBN.




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