- Atom Araullo reacted to the viral statement of Raffy Tulfo concerning Bongbong Marcos and his father the late former President Ferdinand Marcos
- In Twitter, Atom Araullo posted his thoughts about whether or not the children of former President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr., must apologize for the sins of their father
- Raffy noted that the sins of the father must not be attributed to the children, and even cited himself as an example
- Atom then tweeted, "1. Umamin/Acknowledge 2. Humingi ng tawad/Apologize 3. Isauli ang ninakaw/Return ill-gotten wealth"
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Atom Araullo took to Twitter and gave his reaction to the viral statement of Raffy Tulfo regarding Bongbong Marcos.
"1. Umamin/Acknowledge 2. Humingi ng tawad/Apologize 3. Isauli ang ninakaw/Return ill-gotten wealth," he tweeted.
"Lalong mahalaga ang 2 at 3 kung nakinabang at pinagtakpan ang “kasalanan” sa mahabang panahon. Bukod pa ang usapin ng kriminal na pananagutan, kung meron man," he further added.
It can be recalled that Raffy Tulfo, during an interview with Karen Davila stated that he believes the sins of the father must not be attributed to the children.
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"Para sa akin kasi, kasalanan nung tatay bakit maging kasalanan ng anak? Why would he apologize for something that he did not do, na ang may kagagawan ay tatay niya?" said Raffy.
Raffy Tulfo is a known broadcaster. He is also more popularly called as Idol Raffy. He is currently running as a senator in Halalan 2022.
Raffy Tulfo has just declared with conviction that the drug war of the present administration was a failure. The popular TV and social media personality used the words "definitely a failure" to describe the drug war. He even mentioned how Pres. Rodrigo Duterte promised to solve the drug problem in the country in a matter of six months. The senatorial aspirant then added that such six-months timeline did not happen and mentioned that "lately, siya mismo umamin na ‘hindi ko pala kaya, akala ko kaya.’"
Sen. Bato dela Rosa hits back at senatorial candidate Raffy Tulfo for the latter's statement regarding the drug war. "Who is he to say that the drug war is a failure?" asked Bato. It can be recalled that Tulfo told Karen Davila in an ANC interview that the drug war was "definitely a failure." Bato then said that Tulfo used to be amazed at the drug war, and even hinted that perhaps those who say the drug war is a failure are those living in posh subdivisions.