Ogie Diaz, sinabing "di masyadong true" yung P1M to P100M package deal para sa endorsement ng kandidato

Ogie Diaz, sinabing "di masyadong true" yung P1M to P100M package deal para sa endorsement ng kandidato

- Talent manager Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and gave his own take on an article that appeared on Inquirer about celebs getting paid by the millions for an endorsement of a candidate

- The article that Ogie was referring to was titled, "From P1M 'per akyat' to P100M package deal: The talent fees of some celebs endorsing candidates"

- Ogie candidly stated that such was "di naman masyadong true"

- He said that not all celebrities get paid because others even do it pro bono, and to receive a P100M would be like a jackpot for a celeb

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Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and expressed his opinion on an article published by Inquirer regarding the payments allegedly made to celebs whenever they endorse a political candidate.

Ogie Diaz, sinabing "di masyadong true" yung P1M to P100M package deal para sa endorsement ng kandidato
Photo: Ogie Diaz (@ogie.diaz.5)
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According to the article, the talent fees can rage from P1M to P100M package deal, with the latter covering the entire campaign period.

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For Ogie, it was not really very true considering that there are even celebrities who do not get paid at all especially

"Di naman masyadong true ito. Hehehe.

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Saka hindi naman lahat ng celebrities, nagpapabayad o pera-pera lang.

Me mga celebrities, pro bono o libre lang basta kaibigan o kamag-anak nila yung kandidato o kahit hindi nila kaanu-ano, basta naniniwala sila sa ipinaglalaban nito, hindi pinag-uusapan ang magkano."

He also mentioned that sometimes celebs would be the one to shell out for their own expenses, especially if their candidate does not have sufficient budget.

"Kung minsan, dumudukot pa ang mga celebrities sa mga sarili nilang bulsa, dahil walang pondo ang kandidato nila, pero naniniwala sila sa kakayahan at sinseridad nito sa mga tao."

"Yung 100M? Wow! Jackpot ang mga artista pag ganyan. Pero paano mababawi ito?

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He then gave an advice to everyone on how to possibly determine whether the one endorsing really believes in the candidate that he is espousing or if he is simply doing it halfheartedly.

"Pag ganito, check nyo yung pagmumukha ng endorser pag ikinakampanya niya yung kandidato niya, parang napipilitan lang.

Iba pa din pag naniniwala ka sa galing ng kandidato mo, kaya bukal sa loob mo ang pagtulong nang walang kapalit."

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 comments on something, whether it be in showbiz or politics. R

Ogie Diaz has recently released a new showbiz update vlog together with Mama Loi. In the vlog, the talent manager and Loi discussed Kris Aquino's social media comeback. Upon hearing that Kris returned online, Ogie revealed he actually feels happy whenever he sees Kris' posts. According to the comedian, Kris' online posts is a reminder that the actress continues to fight for her health and life.

Ogie Diaz has recently reacted to the issue surrounding Robin Padilla and Director Erik Matti. Previously, the renowned director made headlines when he expressed his disappointment over Toni Gonzaga's "unbothered" post. Following his viral post, Robin took a hit at the director and asked him, "Anong makuha mo in bullying a woman?" This prompted Ogie to share his honest opinions over the matter in his latest showbiz update.

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