- Robin Padilla reacted to film director Erik Matti’s criticism of Toni Gonzaga’s public support of the Uniteam
- Direk Erik said that Toni has the right to support who she wants to support but doing so brazenly is what’s upsetting for him
- Robin then responded to Erik by telling him that Toni has the right to support the politicians she wants to support
- He also accused the filmmaker of not respecting the freedom of others
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Robin Padilla took to social media to react to film director Erik Matti’s criticism of Toni Gonzaga.
Erik accused Toni of arrogantly displaying support for politicians who have been accused in the past of political misdeeds and politicians who have pushed for the shutdown of her home network ABS-CBN.
The director said that Toni has the right to support who she wants to support but doing so brazenly is what’s upsetting for him.
“To give your support to any political candidate whether or not out of affinity, blood or loyalty is between you and your conscience. You can do whatever you want with your celebrity power and God’s guidance because this is a free world, after all. But to be brazen, arrogant and snooty makes all of it despicable, disgusting and really crude,” Erik said.
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Robin responded to Erik by telling him that Toni has the right to support the politicians she wants to support.
The action star also accused the filmmaker of not respecting the freedom of others. He added that Erik should learn about the different sides of a story since he is a director. Robin also took a swipe at Erik for posting his criticism of Toni in English.
“Ano ba yun napanood mo na sinasabi mo Erik matti
“Baka propaganda ang ibig mo sabihin nakikisawsaw ka pa sa pagbanat kay TONI G
“Kung May karapatan ka sumuporta sa kandidato mo May karapatan din si TONI G
“Hindi ka naman pinakikialaman ng Tao sa sinusuportahan mo
“Pa inglis inglis ka pa
“Artistic at Political freedom niya yun kung sino ang gusto niya suportahan
“You love to talk about freedom but you don’t respect the freedom of others
“Director ka diba kasama sa pinag aralan mo ang pag alam sa two sides ng istorya
“Anong makuha mo in Bullying a woman?” Robin posted on Facebook.
Toni Gonzaga is a famous actress, television host, and YouTube star in the Philippines. She married director Paul Soriano on June 12, 2015 in Taytay, Rizal. Toni then gave birth to their first child, Severiano Elliott, on September 30, 2016. On their wedding, one of their godfathers is former senator Bongbong Marcos.
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In a previous report by KAMI, Toni Gonzaga and Alex Gonzaga performed a song on TV5's afternoon show, Lunch Out Loud. Everyone was captivated by the famous sisters' singing voices as they sang a Christmas song. Furthermore, their performance video went viral on YouTube, with thousands of views. Many internet users also expressed their opinions on the Gonzaga sisters' performance.
In another report, Toni and Paul Soriano's son Seve celebrated his 5th birthday on September 30. The power couple had an amazing surprise for their little one and it was a Fast & Furious-themed birthday party. Moreover, some beautiful photos from the celebration are now up on Instagram courtesy of their official photographer for the party, which is Cocoon Studio. The images show that the entire family had a wonderful time celebrating Seve's special day.