Matteo basag na basag kay Chai Fonacier
BINASAG ng character actress na si Chai Fonacier ang pagiging sundalo at makabayan ni Matteo Guidicelli.
Nag-post kasi ang boyfriend ni Sarah Geronimo sa kanyang Instagram ng litrato nila ni Robin Padilla habang nakasaludo sa harap ng bandera ng Pilipinas.
Caption ni Matteo sa kanilang litrato, “Salute to the flag, salute to our beautiful country! We challenge YOU, especially our colleagues in the showbiz industry.
“Instead of talking smack about different issues, why not unite so we may progress to make a better tomorrow.”
Sa isa pa niyang IG post, makikita naman si Matteo kasama ang mga military officials na sina Maj. Gen. Bernie Langub at Lt. Gen. Sobehana na kuha sa Cotabato City, kung saan nasa tabi rin nila ang mga kabataan doon.
Caption ng aktor, “The last thing Soldiers want to do is fight. What Soldiers really want to do is nurture and build a brighter future for our children.”
Kahapon ng umaga, matapang na nag-post ang aktres na si Chai Fonacier sa kanyang Facebook ng tungkol sa mga ipino-post ni Matteo.
Aniya, “No matter how many feeding programs he does, Matteo GOYO-celli doesn’t know sh***t about this country.
“He never had people close to him die as collateral damage, he never was poverty stricken because if he ever does, DADA is always there for him.
“Never has he slept on hard floors not by his choice, never has he had to wait for payment from clients while having only fifty pesos in his pocket. Never had to worry for rent being late.
“For sure he worked hard towards where he is now. What he doesn’t realize is he had a head start.
“But hey, the privileged mofo has the gall to tell people to shut up. Because you know what? He was never put in a position where he has to complain for his rights.
“Drag him and clock him and read him for filth. There’s a word for people like him: ‘AS***HOLE.’”
Pero habang sinusulat namin ang balitang ito, burado na ang Facebook post ni Chai laban kay Matteo.
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