- Cristy Fermin, during the latest episode of her 'Cristy Ferminute' show, weighed in on the act of Sen. Manny Pacquiao going to different parts of the country
- She mentioned that what Manny Pacquiao's doing cannot be considered as a campaign yet because it is not yet campaign period
- The veteran columnist then said that personally, she does not like it when money is thrown at people
- She said that money is not thrown, but is handed over or given to a recipient
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Cristy Fermin, during the latest episode of Cristy Ferminute, discusses the Pacquiaos.
She noted how Pacquiao has been very diligent in meeting people but his act could not yet be prohibited since it is not yet campaign period.
What the veteran columnist noted though is that she does not like how Manny's camp allegedly throws money instead of handing it over to people.
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"Hindi ko gusto yung naghahagis ng pera... Irespeto natin ang perang Pilipino. Una social distancing. Hindi po pupuwedeng inihahagis ang pera, iniaabot po ang pera," said Cristy.
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Nay Cristy was putting emphasis on giving value to money, which is why it is not something that is just thrown.
Cristy Fermin is a Filipino columnist. She is known to cover the lives of celebrities in the Philippines.
Cristy Fermin recently commended AJ’s parents, Jeric Raval and Alyssa Alvarez. According to the entertainment columnist, Jeric and Alyssa were able to raise the young actress well. Nanay Cristy made the said remark after AJ apologized for sharing Aljur Abrenica's controversial “breaking silence” post. In fact, she has reiterated her stance on the matter and even went about in praising AJ Raval. She also praised the family of Aljur Abrenica, saying that they were able to raise Aljur and his siblings really well that one could not help but admire them.
The entertainment columnist also praised AJ for her humble public apology after she shared Aljur's controversial post. Nanay Cristy also could not help comparing the young actress to other celebrities. According to Nanay Cristy, not all prominent personalities have the guts to say the words “I’m sorry”.