- Ogie Diaz reposted on his IG story a netizen’s sentiment about those who play double standard
- The post stated there are people saying many workers of a certain company will lose their jobs due to cancel culture
- The netizen also took a swipe at such people because they were silent when thousands of employees were laid off when ABS-CBN’s franchise was not renewed
- Ogie then seemed to agree with the netizen as the talent manager used his own platform to share the post
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Ogie Diaz recently took the time to repost an Instagram story published by a netizen who took a swipe at those who play double standard.
According to the post, such people say a lot of workers will lose their jobs due to cancel culture.
The netizen, however, did not mention the company he was pertaining to.
The frank IG story also stated that those calling to stop “cancelling” a particular company were silent when thousands of employees were laid off due to ABS-CBN shutdown.
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“Playing double standard"
“Madami daw mawawalan ng job sa cancel culture pero no'ng tinanggal ang prangkisa ng ABS, walang imik sa libong nawalan ng trabaho,” the post reads.
Ogie then gave credit to the author of the post at the bottom right corner of his IG story.
Here is the screenshot:
Ogie Diaz is a comedian and a talent manager who once handled the careers of Vice Ganda and 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.
Ogie Diaz recently discussed fake news about Vhong Navarro that has been circulating online. Ogie said there are netizens and YouTube content claiming that Vhong was already released from detention. The talent manager also shared that such false news likewise claim that Vhong is set to return to ABS-CBN's noontime show "It's Showtime."
Previously, Ogie Diaz aired some frank messages to Willie Revillame after the latter addressed the criticisms that ALLTV's soft launching received. Mama Loi asked Ogie, “ikaw kaya 'yung pinariringgan ni Kuya Willie Revillame?” Before answering the intriguing question, Ogie could not help but laugh. Ogie then clarified that he was just making constructive criticisms in his now-viral post.