Writer na nang-okray sa SEAG pinatulan ni Apl.de.Ap

By Alex Brosas December 03,2019
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Writer na nang-okray sa SEAG pinatulan ni Apl.de.Ap

By Alex Brosas December 03,2019
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With characteristic CHUTZPAH, writer Raissa Robles took a clear swipe at singer Apl.de.Ap who was part of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games opening ceremony.

“Hindi Pinoy si Apl de Ap. Amerikano na sya. Pinoy pop – yung kinanta na Kay Ganda ng Lahing Pilipino – hindi native yan. Ginaya sa Amerika. Gaya ng ballet, banyaga pero nilagyan ng mga Pinoy elements. I’ve seen very good ballet dances w Phil. native dance movements,” tweet ni Raisa.

Agad namang sumagot si Apl and said, “Let the haters continue to hate, we’re here as a country to motivate and elevate.”

Puro pintas ang inabot ng mga nag-perform sa SEA Games dahil sa standard ng tila nasa pedestal na si Raissa ay palpak ito.

“We have very good choreographers – Steve Villaruz, Edna Vida, Nonoy Ftoilan. They could have been tapped for the #SeaGamesOpening Pucha. Parang nanunuod ka lang ng perya sa probinsiya nito. Why did they not use some of our ballet dancers???” maanghang na tweet ni Raissa.

With that, netizens bombarded the wala-sa-hulog na writer ng lait.

“May sapak yata tong Raissa Robles na ito, maluluha ka sa ganda ng napanood namin pero yung mga bulok na tao wala namang ginawa kung d mamintas ng napanood niya. Im proud to be a Pilipino….Mabuhay ang Pilipinas.”

“Ito na nman ang taong gustong sumikat…ikaw ano maitutulong mo ang mag critic…kung di ka ba naman utak talangka eh dapat noon time na ng pre prepare pumunta ka at mag suggest ng mga idea mo.”

“You should have applied sa Phisgoc 18months ago kung tatanggapin nila ang kalibre mo to conceptualize, direct, scriptwrite and produce the show. Eh kaso stage management lang ang alam mo. Kulang na kulang ka.”
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