- The Ateneo Martial Law Museum took to Facebook and wrote an open letter to Toni Gonzaga
- It contained a call for the talk-show host to invite the victims and the surviving families of the victims and to interview them as well
- The organization also expressed their utmost desire to facilitate an encounter of Toni with the victims, saying that hearing the stories of the victims will more inspirational for her audience
- Its open letter came after Toni invited her "Ninong" BongBong Marcos and interviewed him
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Ateneo Martial Law Museum wrote an open letter on its Facebook Page to Toni Gonzaga, asking her to invite also the victims of Martial Law, as well as the surviving families, and to also interview them on her now-popular show Toni Talks.
The open letter stated that it "stands ready to facilitate your encounter with the victims of Martial Law and with the Truth."
It then emphasized that hearing the stories and struggles of the victims and/or surviving families will be more inspirational for the audience of Toni.
In the caption, the said organization expressed strong sentiments, addressing Toni, an excerpt of which is quoted as follows:
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"No amount of propaganda spewed by the Marcos family and their supporters can erase the factual and proven disastrous effects of the Marcos regime on our country. Your show presented Bongbong Marcos as an amiable and approachable figure. This is also an outright attempt at whitewashing. Mr. Marcos is not and will never be “ordinary” or “one with the people.”
Lolit Solis, naawa sa nangyari kina Billy Crawford at K Brosas; tinakbuhan pala ng kani-kanilang contractors
Before the open letter, BBM was a guest of Toni Gonzaga in her Toni Talks show., and where she got a host of opinions. There were those who defended the older sister of Alex Gonzaga, and there were also those who became critical of the Kapamilya TV host.
Toni Talks is a show that was started by Toni, which, as opposed to the vlogs of Alex, take a more serious tone.
Her guests would often include mothers, those who have gone through hardships, and those who have also managed to achieve success.
Many people have drawn inspiration from the featured guests of Toni Gonzaga, mostly those whom ordinary citizen can easily relate to.
Toni Gonzaga is a famous singer, television host, producer, and actress in the Philippines. She is married to film director Paul Soriano, whom she tied the knot with on June 12, 2015. The actress gave birth to Severiano on September 30, 2016.
Alex Gonzaga has shared an old photo of her and her sister, Toni, during their teenage years. They were still very young and both were really thin, with no trace of being "fat" whatsoever. The two were wearing white tops and paired with jeans, with Toni, carrying the very popular type of backpack before. While Toni was smiling so dazzlingly, Alex was staring blankly at the camera, seemingly without any expression.
Toni Gonzaga shared with Matteo Guidicelli that the first year of her marriage with Paul Soriano was a difficult one. The actress admitted having difficulties not relying on her parents during the first year of her marriage. She also had a conflict with her parents when she finally started setting boundaries between them. Her parents got upset when she made a rule before that they could no longer visit her house beyond 9 p.m.