Former ABS-CBN Creative Manager Willy Cuevas Tags Noli de Castro ‘Insensitive’ and ‘Mascot’

Former ABS-CBN creative manager Willy Cuevas tagged Noli de Castro as “insensitive” over the latter’s joke about his former Kapamilya colleagues who have moved to other companies.

Former ABS-CBN Creative Manager Willy Cuevas Tags Noli de Castro 'Insensitive' and 'Mascot'
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Kapamilya Network closed after Congress denied its franchise renewal application.

Willy is the creative manager of ABS-CBN game shows and comedy shows such as Minute To Win It and Banana Sundae.

Willy has served on ABS-CBN for thirty-three years.

He was among the thousands of employees who lost their jobs after the ABS-CBN management conducted a massive retrenchment.

In Noli’s radio program on DZMM yesterday, September 23, he teased his former ABS-CBN colleagues who switched to other networks.

He said: “Hay naku! Totoo ang sinasabi ko, kaya Kapamilya Forever.

“Yung iba, e, nagsasabi [Kapamilya Forever], hindi naman pala forever. Wala naman forever kasi.”

Willy Cuevas did not miss the statement of the TV Patrol anchor and even tagged him as insensitive.

“Para kasing nagpaparinig siya sa lumilipat, e, kaya lang naman lumipat ang mga yun kasi na-terminate na ang kontrata nila,”,” Willy said in an interview according to

“Ano pang gagawin nila doon kung wala na silang pagkukunan ng ikabubuhay? I think kaya niya lang nasasabi yun dahil may suweldo pa siya at hindi pa terminated ang kontrata niya,” he added.

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He even compared Noli de Castro with a mascot.

“Kumbaga, mascot na siya ng kompanya. Wala namang kompanya ang magbebenta ng mascot kahit ma-bankrupt at wala rin bibili,” he said.

“Kumbaga, aanhin naman ng Jollibee si Ronald McDonald?,” he asked.

“Konting sensitivity lang ang hinihingi namin sa kanya kasi masakit pa ang sugat. Kumbaga, sariwa pa,” he noted.

“Pwede naman kaming tawaging Kapamilya Forever kahit wala kami sa ABS-CBN,” he added.

Willy’s TV career began with ABS-CBN’s gag show Goin’ Bananas in 1987.

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