Maid in Malacañang Tickets Given to a School for Free Gets Rejected?

Free tickets for Maid in Malacañang are reportedly being distributed for free

MAID IN MALACAÑANG – Passes given to a Catholic Chinese School for free which can be exchanged for actual movie tickets were allegedly not accepted.

Maid in Malacañang
Credit to the rightful owner of the photos

The life of the Marcos family will be depicted in the drama-comedy film Maid in Malacañang.

The movie is about the last 72 hours of the Marcos family in the Palace.

It stars Cesar Montano as former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., Diego Loyzaga as President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Cristine Reyes as Senator Imee Marcos, and Ruffa Gutierrez as Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ella Cruz as Irene Marcos.

While those who will portray as house helpers of the Marcos family are Elizabeth Oropesa as Yaya Lucy, Beverly Salviejo as Yaya Biday, and Karla Estrada as Yaya Santa.

Accordingly, free tickets are being distributed left and right.

But based on Facebook user Ram Ramos, a Catholic Chinese school did not accept the passes given to them for free.

On Facebook, he posted a photo of what appears to be ticket stubs and a letter.

It can be read in the letter that the tickets were given freely by the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc.

Here’s his post:

Here’s the caption of his post: “So apparently they tried to give free tickets to a Catholic Chinese School but was rejected and the tickets sent back. Nagkamali kayo ng Religious Order na inimbita.”

Unfortunately, the school did not accept the stubs which can be exchanged for actual movie tickets at cinemas.

The post has gone viral garnering reactions from the netizens.

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