Ogie Diaz throws strong words to ‘ninongs’ & ‘ninangs’ who are broke on Christmas

Ogie Diaz throws strong words to ‘ninongs’ & ‘ninangs’ who are broke on Christmas

- Actor Ogie Diaz took a swipe at godparents who are broke this Christmas season

- He gave a piece of advice on how to deal with their “inaanak”

- Ogie expressed that it is better for them to admit that they have no money instead of hiding

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Kapamilya comedian Ogie Diaz bravely gave a strong piece of advice to godparents who have nothing to give to their godchildren this Christmas season.

KAMI learned that the said actor posted his statement through the “Mama Ogs Says” gimmick on his social media account.

Ogie was asked about how a “ninong” or “ninang” can hide from their “inaanak” especially when they really have no money to give or buy gifts for them.

The comedian straightforwardly expressed that it is better for godparents to tell the truth instead of hide from their godchildren.

He stated that one can admit that he or she is broke through tagging his or her “inaanak” on social media and asking for an apology from them.

However, according to the actor, the godparents should make sure that their statements are true and must not create a thought that they are just escaping from their responsibilities.

“So kung wala kang pambigay na regalo o aginaldo, sabihin mo ang totoo kesa takasan mo. Kung malalaki na ang mga inaanak mo, i-tag mo sa post mo sa fb na pasensiya na at walang-wala si ninong. 'Yan ay kung mapapaniwala mo sila sa paeklat mo,” Ogie wrote.

“Maging totoo na lang, kesa mangutang ka para lang magpabida sa mga inaanak mo,” he added.

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Meanwhile, the Kapamilya comedian explained that there are several other occasions when a “ninong” can give gifts or money to his “inaanak.”

But Ogie reiterated that if they really have something to give on Christmas, they must learn how to share it because Christmas is not celebrated everyday.

“Pangakuan mo na lang na magreregalo ka sa birthday niya, tutal, hindi naman magkaka-birthday ang mga inaanak mo,” he quipped.

“Kung walang-wala, magpakatotoo. Kung meron, 'wag magdamot. Hindi naman araw-araw ang Pasko,” he concluded.

In a previous article by KAMI, Ogie unhesitatingly slammed Mocha Uson and said that she should not be a troublemaker because the people paid for her salary.

Ogie Diaz, or Roger Díaz-Pandaan in real life, was born on January 2, 1970. He is a Filipino actor, showbiz reporter, and talent manager. He became the manager of Vice Ganda for four years and now he is handling Liza Soberano.

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