Ogie Diaz, shinare videos ng pagbabaklas ng mga tarps ni VP Leni: “Masusugatan pa kayo niyan sa ginagawa nyo”

Ogie Diaz, shinare videos ng pagbabaklas ng mga tarps ni VP Leni: “Masusugatan pa kayo niyan sa ginagawa nyo”

- Ogie Diaz shared a couple of videos showing some people removing and ripping the campaign tarps of VP Leni Robredo

- The individuals in the video do not appear to be COMELEC personnel and it would seem they are ordinary passersby

- Instead of getting angry at the said individuals, Ogie dismissed it and said those are just tarpaulins and that the color pink is etched in their hearts

- He also remarked they might just hurt their arms if they continue what they’re doing

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Showbiz reporter Ogie Diaz shared a couple of videos showing what seemed to be ordinary passersby removing and ripping the campaign tarps of VP Leni Robredo.

Ogie Diaz, shinare videos ng pagbabaklas ng mga tarps ni VP Leni: “Masusugatan pa kayo niyan sa ginagawa nyo”
Photo: Ogie Diaz (@ogie.diaz.5)
Source: Facebook

Recently, supporters of the presidential candidate decried the removal of campaign materials even if they’re on private property.

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In the video that the showbiz reporter shared, it showed some individuals removing, and in one case, ripping the campaign materials of VP Leni.

The individuals shown in the video don’t seem to be COMELEC personnel and appeared to be ordinary passersby.

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However, instead of getting angry at the persons shown in the video, Ogie said the things they’re removing and ripping are just tarpaulins, indicating that the color pink is etched in his heart.

“Tarpaulin lang yan. Nakaukit sa puso namin ang pink,” Ogie said.

He then remarked the persons in the video might just hurt their arms with what they have been doing.

“Masusugatan pa kayo niyan sa ginagawa nyong yan eh,” the showbiz reporter wrote as caption.

Then, it what appeared to be a swipe at the controversial photo showing an alleged wound of presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos, the showbiz reporter said it would depend on the choice of the individuals on the video where they want their wounds to be.

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“Depende kung saan nyo gustong masugatan. Sa kanan o kaliwang braso,” Ogie wrote.

Ogie Diaz is the main host of the online program Showbiz Update where he would discuss about the latest issues in showbiz.

Ogie Diaz, or Roger Diaz Pandaan in real life, is a Pinoy actor, comedian, entertainment reporter, and talent manager. He was born on January 2, 1970 in Quezon City and was known as “Pekto” in the popular and long-running TV sitcom, “Palibhasa Lalaki.” He is also known as the talent manager of award-winning actress, Liza Soberano, and is also the man behind the YouTube channel, “Ogie Diaz Showbiz Update.” He started his career in showbiz in 1987 as entertainment reporter Cristy Fermin’s assistant at the Mariposa Publications. He later went on to become a successful talent manager.

Recently, Ogie also took to Facebook and posed a question, which was not meant to anyone in particular. The talent manager asked why is it that the eyes of others sting whenever they see the color pink. He then added that others see hope, thereby giving emphasis on the disparity between the perception of "pink." It can be recalled that pink is the color that is being used for the campaign of VP Leni Robredo.

He also 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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