- An online post has claimed that those who attended the rally of ABS-CBN were paid
- The post mentioned that those who protested against the ABS-CBN shutdown were given P10,000
- However, it has been reported that the claim was false and just misleading the people
- The original version of the video referred to the 10,000 viewers of the live video of the rally
A video has been circulating on social media after claiming that those who protested against the ABS-CBN shutdown were paid P10,000.
However, it has been learned by KAMI that the claim was false and was just misleading the netizens.
In a report by Rappler, a netizen named Ecner Nas Esoj posted a video on Facebook with a text that read: “10K ang bayad pala sa rally sa ABS? Pakinggan ang usapan. Yung boses familiar."
“10k? Hindi na masama. Easy money para sa #pawoke rally na 'yan!" it read in the post’s caption.
You may check the post here:
Rappler reported that the claim was false. The number 10,000 mentioned in the video referred to the viewers of a live video of the rally.
The video was a cut a version of the footage posted by the “It’s Showtime” official Facebook page.
Here is the transcript of the video:
"Ilan ang viewers mo?”
"Naka-10k na ako!”
"Ako na magla-live, exposure 'yan, sampung libo 'yan eh”
"'Wag kang maingay, ang dami mong sinasabi
You may watch the live video here:
In a previous report by KAMI, some big celebrities aired their support for the ABS-CBN executives as they attended the Senate hearing for their franchise renewal.
The franchise renewal of ABS-CBN is still pending in the Congress. Many supporters, including the 11,000 employees of the network giant protest against the ABS-CBN shutdown.
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