Netizens brought up video of Willie Revillame “laughing” on the banter of Harry Roque about ABS-CBN
WILLIE REVILLAME – A video of the Wowowin host laughing on the banter of former Presidential Spox Harry Roque against ABS-CBN has resurfaced.
Revillame is currently making rounds following his message against critics of ALLTV, his new television network. But earlier, reports 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.
There were even netizens who brought up a video clip Willie Revillame laughing over the banter of former Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roquez about ABS-CBN franchise. It was compared to a video clip wherein the Wowowin host gave a statement about ALLTV.
Apparently, the video of Willie wherein he can be seen laughing at Roque’s supposed joke was “spliced.” In the full video, Willie said that he owes a lot to ABS-CBN where his career started. “Malaki rin po ang utang na loob ko sa estasyon na ‘yan dahil diyan ako nagsimula. Doon ako nakilala. Nasa puso ko pa rin ‘yan,” he said.
Aside from Wowowee, he also became part of the noontime shows, Sang Linggo NAPO Sila” and “Magandang Tanghali Bayan” or MTB.
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