- Aiko Melendez recently penned a relevant post where she mentioned her talent manager, Ogie Diaz
- In her post, the 46-year-old actress expressed that relationships should not be affected by politics
- The actress, who is also running for Quezon City councilor, also cited her and Ogie as “perfect example”
- Aiko is supporting Bongbong Marcos while Ogie is supporting Vice President Leni Robredo, yet they respect each other’s political views
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Aiko Melendez recently shared with her followers how she and her talent manager, Ogie Diaz, remain harmonious despite them supporting different presidential candidates.
In an Instagram post, the actress stressed that relationships should never be affected by having different political views.
“Hindi natin kailan man dapat pag awayan ang mga kandidato na nais nateng supportahan. Meron tayong kanya kanyang manok pero dapat manaig ang pagmamahal natin sa ating bansa.”
The 46-year-old female celebrity also cited her and Ogie as “perfect example”.
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Based on their social media posts, Aiko is supporting Bongbong Marcos while Ogie is supporting Vice President Leni Robredo.
“Perfect example kami ni Mader Ogie Diaz @ogie_diaz magkaiba ang aming Presidente at sya ang manager ko pero never nya inimpose sa akin na bawal ako magsupporta sa iba.”
“Kasi me RESPETO kami sa bawat isa po. Napapagusapan namen ang pulitika po pero we never dare, cross the line. Nakikinig kami sa bawat magandang traits ng bawat kandidato. Sana ung iba dn ganito ang pananaw po. Maturity also plays a good factor in every relationship.”
Aiko Melendez is a well-known showbiz personality. She received the Best Supporting Actress award in 2018 for her role in the film "Rainbow's Sunset." Aiko ran for and won a seat on the Quezon City Council in 2001. She served for 9 years, until 2010.
Aiko shared an emotional video that shows how she cried hard while making a speech. It was her farewell message for her co-stars and the staff of the Kapuso TV series, 'Prima Donnas'. The well-known actress has to leave the program since she is running for public office.
Aiko previously shared a meme about Filipinos "unfriending" each other over political disputes. She stated that fighting with her friends and loved ones over politicians is not worth it for her. The veteran actress believes that people with diverse political beliefs should be respected. Ultimately, she prayed to God for the country's healing and for love to prevail among its people.