Here’s the message of Shernan to Rendon Labador
SHERNAN – The FlipTop emcee reacted to the statement of Rendon Labador against Coco Martin and FPJ’s Batang Quiapo.
In the past few days, the motivational speaker had been critical at actor-director and the production team of his newest television series. According to Rendon, the series has caused a tremendous disruption in the small businesses operating in Quiapo.
He even called the actor-director “tanga” and “matigas ang mukha” for transforming Quiapo into their “studio”. Labador is also curious as to how long the taping of FPJ’s Batang Quiapo in the said area will last.
Labador also gave an advice to Coco that if he does not have a budget for his own studio where they can shoot the series, he should save some money first and then build their own studio. Apparently, Coco Martin himself has yet to issue any response on the rant of Rendon Labador. But some well known personalities came to defend him including the stars of Batang Quiapo such as Smugglaz and Bassilyo.
In his latest tired against Martin and the series, Rendon Labadore noted: “Settle niya muna siguro ang issue niya sa mga vendors ng Quiapo bago ko pag isipan tong gusto ng mga netizen. Ang totoong action star ay hinaharap ang mga problema hindi nag tatago sa likod ng mga influencers/ celebrities na kasali sa show niya.”
Among those who commented is FlipTop emcee Shernan Gaite. In the coment section, he noted: “alam mo ate rendon hindi ka papansinin ni coco masyado kang mahina kahit malaki katawan mo maliit na tao ka lang sakin pa lang di ka na uubra.”
To which Rendon responded: “Shernan sino ba si Coco Martin sa tingin mo at kailangan kong mag papansin? Cheap ng production at walang budget. Palibhasa hindi kayo financially stable kaya lahat ng pag papa sisip gagawin ninyo. Wala naman akong paki alam sa inyong lahat. Pinag lalaban ko lang ang mga kawawang vendors.”
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