Ogie Diaz Throws Shade at Willie Revillame: “Wag umiyak… wag mamalimos ng simpatya”

Ogie Diaz takes swipe at Willie Revillame in his Twitter post

OGIE DIAZ – The vlogger and talent manager seemed to have thrown a shade at Willie Revillame following the latter’s emotional appeal to those who are celebrating after ALLTV has decided to stop airing some of their shows.

Ogie Diaz and Willie Revillame
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All TV is a free-to-air broadcast television network based in Mandaluyong that operates under the flagship of Advanced Media Broadcasting System, a broadcast media company owned by Manny Villar.

Among the programs of ALLTV include Willie Revillame’s Wowowin, Toni Gonzaga’s talk show Toni, and Mariel Rodriguez, Ruffa Gutierrez, and Ciara Sotto’s morning show M.O.M (Mhies On a Mission).

However, reports earlier surfaced that some programs of ALLTV are expected to momentarily stop airing. While many people were upset about it, some couldn’t help but rejoice at the network management’s decision.

This prompted Willie Revillame, an executive of the network, to express his dismay toward people celebrating. “Parang natutuwa pa kayo na mawawala ‘yung mga programa na nagbibigay ng saya. Sana hindi ganon diba,” he said. “Wag naman po sanang ganon, syempre you have to understand na nagsisimula palang po ang AllTV.”


Revillame also asked the public to refrain from incorporating politics in their decision to cease supporting AllTV because doing so can have negative effects on those who work for the aforementioned television network. But rather than receiving sympathy from online users, Revillame was criticized and even reminded of his response when ABS-CBN franchise was taken away.

Meanwhile, Ogie Diaz seemed to have thrown a shade at Willie Revillame following his emotional appeal. In a tweet, he wrote: “Wag umiyak. Kung nung araw na kailangan ang luha ng pagdamay mo ay hindi rin naman naramdaman. Bagkus nakitawa ka pa. Kaya wag mamalimos ng simpatya. Kaya mo yan. Wala kang di kinaya.”

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