Ogie Diaz on Jasmine Curtis "shaming" a Grab rider: "Konti namang empathy"

Ogie Diaz on Jasmine Curtis "shaming" a Grab rider: "Konti namang empathy"

- Ogie Diaz has buzzed the online community after sharing his honest thoughts regarding Jasmine Curtis' "shaming" issue

- Previously, the actress made headlines when she accused a Grab rider of allegedly stealing her food

- Following this news, Jasmine decided to take down her post and shared that Grab already issued a refund

- In his latest vlog post, Ogie went on to tell Jasmine that she should have more "empathy" and "compassion"

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Ogie Diaz, 51, has trended on social media after airing his honest opinion over the issue of Jasmine Curtis and her Grab rider.

Previously, Jasmine drew flak from the online community after she accused her Grab rider of allegedly stealing her food.

Following this news, KAMI learned that the actress defended herself from the criticism her post received which she eventually took down.

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Ogie Diaz on Jasmine Curtis "shaming" a Grab rider: "Konti namang empathy"
Ogie Diaz with Vice Ganda, Kakai Bautista, Kim Molina. Photo from Ogie Diaz (@ogie_diaz)
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In his latest showbiz update vlog, Ogie could not help but share his sentiments regarding the issue, "Alam mo, sa ganung maliit na halaga.

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"Hindi naman siguro sasayangin nung Grab Food rider yung kanyang pangalan, o yung kanyang parang licensya sa Grab Food para siya ay matanggal."

Ogie added, "Di bale sana kung ano yan, isang milyon ang halaga. Itinakbo ng driver, ayan, maiintindihan mo."

Upon reading Jasmine's tweet, Ogie said, "Pero wala siyang sorry. Kaya lang, Jasmine, parang gusto mong hiyain. Muntik mo nang hiyain.

"Buti naisip mong i-blur or i-pixelize yung mukha nung Grab Food driver. Pero, next time, konti namang empathy. Konting compassion."

At one point, Ogie also shared that the issue prompted netizens to compare Jasmine to her older sister, Anne Curtis.

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Ogie Diaz is a comedian and a talent manager who is the one handling the career of Liza Soberano. He is also among the most outspoken celebs as he will not mince words when he would comment on something, whether it be in showbiz or politics.

As reported earlier by KAMI, Ogie Diaz revealed that he managed to talk to Toni Gonzaga over her controversial BBM interview.

Meanwhile, Ogie also made headlines when he said that it would be better if Robin Padilla would not pursue a political career.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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