DJ Chacha blasted Rep. Eric Yap after he remained adamant about his vote against ABS-CBN.
Chaha reminded Yap that no matter how he spins or dresses up his statements, ABS-CBN employees who lost their jobs will not ever forget what he has done.
“Hirap na hirap si Ser sa pag-defend sa naging boto niya sa Franchise Renewal ng ABS-CBN. Kahit gaano mo pa pagandahin chika mo Ser, markado ka ng mga empleyadong nawalan ng trabaho sa gitna ng pandemya,”
Hirap na hirap si Ser sa pag-defend sa naging boto niya sa Franchise Renewal ng ABSCBN. Kahit gaano mo pa pagandahin chika mo Ser, markado ka ng mga empleyadong nawalan ng trabaho sa gitna ng pandemya. https://t.co/13oZ8Wdxit
— DJ Chacha (@_djchacha) October 14, 2020
Chacha was one of the 5 thousand Kapamilya employees who lost their jobs following the rejection of the ABS-CBN franchise application.
Chaha who formerly hosted several radion programs in MOR and DZMM is now with TV5’s Radyo Singko co-hosting on Ted Failon’s radio show.
Chacha’s reaction was in response to Yap’s recent interview with Christian Esguerra on ANC.
Yap was asked by Christian if he ever regretted his vote against ABS-CBN given the change in the House of Representatives’ leadership.
However, Yap maintained that there’s nothing to regret about his decision although he cannot be 100% proud of it adding it has to be done to teach ABS-CBN lesson and to correct their very little flaws.
“I don’t have regret, I’m not proud pero I don’t regret, because why? I think it will be better for the Filipino people na kung macocorrect nila yung konting konting flaws nyo sa news it will be better for the Filipino people,” said Yap.
“Sometimes you have to do what you don’t have to do just to teach them a lesson eh. I’m not saying na tama ito but I think it’s fate dib a,” he added.
Yap was one of the main oppositors to the ABS-CBN franchise renewal. He even made headlines after he claimed that he was bribed by an emissary of ABS-CBN days before the voting in congress. He however quickly retracted his statements after getting backlash from the public.