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Daniel Padilla tells fellow Filipinos to open their hearts and to open their eyes to see the truth

Daniel Padilla shows his support for his colleagues and other employees of the Kapamilya network.

  • He felt discouraged seeing his fellow artists being attacked after speaking up for the network
  • Padilla also called out these bashers and reminded them to not forget the value of respect.

Daniel Padilla finally spoke up on his Instagram to express his feelings about the ABS-CBN shutdown, showing his support for his colleagues and other employees of the Kapamilya network.

What made him very sad was that Filipinos who are supposed to be united in fighting the pandemic were divided because of different opinions.

“Nakakalungkot po ang nangyayari ngayon. Nakakalungkot na dapat nagkakaisa tayo at may hinaharap tayong pandemia, pinalilihis ang usapan at nagkakawatak-watak pa tayong mga Pilipino dahil sa pagkakaiba ng opinion.”

Padilla also said that being a Filipino, the people have the right to speak, but it comes with a responsibility to tell the truth.

“Bilang Pilipino tungkulin natin na maging mapagmatyag. Karapatan natin ang magsalita pero ang karapatan na yan ay responsibilidad, responsibilidad na siguraduhin na ang sinasabi natin ay tama at higit sa lahat yung makatao at para sa tao.”

He felt discouraged seeing his fellow celebrities being attacked for speaking out to defend the 11,000 employees of ABS-CBN.

“Nakakadismaya ho makita na ang iba naming kasamahan sa industriya na piniling magsalita ay iniinsulto. Wala namang silang ibang layunin kundi muling magbukas nag ABS-CBN. Ang gusto lang ho naman nila ay mapawi ang takot na nararamdaman ng mga empleyado na maaring mawalan ng trabaho. 

“Ano ho bang masama? Ano ho bang masama sa manindigan sa sariling kabuhayan at sa kabuhayan ng marami? “

“Sa lahat ng mga pumupuna sa nagsasalita, alam ko ho na magkakaiba tayo ng opinion. Alam ko kung ano man ang halaga sa amin ng ABS-CBN ay maaari hindi yun ang halaga nito sa inyo. Pero sana ho, huwag tayong makalimot. Huwag tayong makalimot na rumespeto sa pinagdadaanan ng iba.

He thanked his co-stars, Kapamilya employees, and those who gave their support as he is with them. He also asked to focus on the bigger problem to secure the safety of every Filipino.

“Sa mga kasamahan ko sa industriya, sa mga kapwa kong artista, mga empleyado, sa mga sumusuporta nais ko lang magpasalamat sa inyo. Maraming maraming salamat po.

“Maraming salamat at kasama nyo ako sa panawagang ito. Meron po tayong mas malaking hinaharap ngayon at yun po ang pandemia. Ituon po natin ang lahat ng meron tayo para tiyakin na  ang kaligtasan ng bawat Pilipino.” 

To the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC), Padilla hoped that their decisions are not in the interest of the few but the welfare of everyone.

“Sa NTC, mga kapatid sana ho yung mga ginagawa nyo hong desisyon ay hindi lang ho yan para sa interest ng ilan. Sana ho yung desisyon na ginagawa po ninyo ay para sa mas ikabubuti ng mas marami.”

He ended his message by telling his fellow Filipinos to open their hearts and to open their eyes to see the truth.

“Higit sa lahat sa mga kapwa kong Pilipino, huwag po natin talikuran ang pagiging makatao. Buksan po natin mga puso natin para sa pinagdadaanan ng iba. Buksan natin ang mga mata natin para sa katotohanan. Mas mainam pa ang maging bulag kaysa sa nagbubulagbulagan.”

Padilla previously posted on his Facebook account as he warned his friends and family that he will never forget the people who rejoiced when the ABS-CBN received the ceased and desist order by the NTC on May 5.

“Sa mga kaibigan, kamag anak at kakilala ko dito na ginagawang katatawanan ang nangyayari ngayon sa ABSCBN wag kayong mag alala dahil HINDI AKO NAKAKA LIMOT.”



As an update to the ABS-CBN franchise, the House of Representatives Committee of the Whole has approved on second reading a bill that gives ABS-CBN Corp, a provisional franchise until October 2020.



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