Albie Casiño declares he's not mad at government after viral "congrats to to those who voted in 2016"

Albie Casiño declares he's not mad at government after viral "congrats to to those who voted in 2016"

- Albie Casiño has just declared that he is not mad at the government

- He said that he is just disappointed at the current situation of the Philippines

- The actor also said that he could only answer for himself and he feels it is his right to voice out his opinion

- His main point was the COVID response of the government that he was not very happy about

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Albie Casiño, during an interview, voiced out his opinion once more and made clarifications, saying that he is not mad at the government.

Albie Casiño declares he's not mad at government after viral "congrats to to those who voted in 2016"
Photo: Albie Casiño (@thestallion09)
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He said that what he does not really like is the kind of response that the government is giving with regards to COVID.

He clarified that he is not speaking for everyone, but he is only speaking for himself.

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He believes that as a taxpayer, he has the right to voice out or express his opinion.

"I can only answer for myself, ‘yung para sa akin lang. For me, I pay taxes. I feel I have a right to voice my opinion because I pay my taxes. Nakikita ko kung magkano ‘yung taxes ko tapos nakikita ko ‘yung response sa COVID e. So sinong hindi magagalit, ‘di ba?" said the actor during the media conference of the new series of the Kapamilya network, Init sa Magdamag.

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Alan Benedict "Albie" Lee Casiño is a Filipino actor. He became popular in the hit remake of Mara Clara. He worked with Julia Montes, Kathryn Bernardo, and John Manalo. He was embroiled in a controversy when he was tagged as the father of Andi Eigenmann's eldest, Ellie, who turned out to be Jake Ejercito.

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Albie Casiño hit back at a basher who told him that thankfully, he is not the father of Ellie. The actor used to be bashed because he denied being the father of Ellie, which later turned out to be correct. The bashing about his person came after he expressed his sentiments against the ECQ where he congratulated everyone who voted in 2016. Albie then replied with a quick comeback, "I know I'm thankful for that too."

He also fired back at alleged bashers whom he claim to be diehard Duterte supporters or DDS. The actor directly replied to the posts of some bashers, with some of his replies containing expletives. The alleged DDS bashers ridiculed the actor after he published a post criticizing the present government administration. Albie has been known to publish posts that complain about government policies.

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