Tito Sotto: “Tigilan niyo na ang panawagan at tumulong nalang kayo!”

Is Tito Sotto chiding at someone in his recent remark?

TITO SOTTO – The Senate President and vice-presidential aspirant seemed to be pissed off with netizens urging them to help the victims of Typhoon Odette.

Tito Sotto
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It was just recently when Odette, the 15th tropical cyclone for 2021, devastated various parts of the country.

The typhoon wreaks havoc leaving more than 300 casualties as of posting. It is estimated that the damage left is worth millions in infrastructure and agriculture.

To help the typhoon victims, different civic groups, prominent personalities, politicians and even celebrities have organized relief operations.

However, Tito Sotto seems pissed off at netizens urging them to help victims of the typhoon.

“Pls lang, tigilan nyo na ang panawagan at tumulong na lang kayo. Marami nang nauna sa inyo. Ayaw Lang namin ng pa-broadcast ng tulong,” he said.

Apparently, his remark earned negative comments from some netizens.

A certain @Mtaltalon said, “Need ibroadcast para malaman ng mga nagdonate kung saan napunta donation nila ganon yon.”

Another netizen with handle name @benjamin7321 noted: “It’s campaign period and that’s expected. Lalo pa siguro kung consistent performer naman and tao.”

Others claimed that Tito Sotto is chiding at someone.

Recently, presidential and vice-presidential candidates went to different parts of the country affected by the typhoon to distribute aid and to personally see the situation of our compatriots.

Sotto, the tandem of the presidential aspirant, Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson has yet to make a statement if ever he plans to visit the places devastated by the super typhoon.

Sotto is gearing up for the second-highest position in the coming elections.

He will go against vice presidentiables such as Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, Buhay Partylist representative Lito Atienza, Senator Kiko Pangilinan and Doc Willie Ong.

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