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Palace shrugs off Agot’s opinion about Duterte

  • Written by Eugene E. Asis
  • Published in Showbiz
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AFTER actress Agot Isidro expressed her opinion over President Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘answer” to the US and EU’s stand on his war against illegal drugs, Malacañang simply shrugged it off, saying everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion.

On her Facebook last Friday, October 7, she branded the President 'psychopath.'
The actress wrote: “Unang-una, walang umaaway sa iyo. As a matter of fact, ikaw ang nang-aaway.
“Pangalawa, yung bansa kung saan ka iniluklok ng 16 million out of 100+ million people ay Third World.
“Kung makapagsalita ka parang superpower ang Pilipinas eh.
“At excuse me, ayaw namin magutom. Mag-isa ka na lang. Wag kang mandamay. Hindi na nga nakakain ang nakararami, gugutumin mo pa lalo.
“Pangatlo, may kilala akong psychiatrist. Patingin ka. Hindi ka bipolar. You are a psychopath.”


AS a father, Gary Valenciano is concerned about her son, Gab, and estranged wife, Tricia Centenera.
He said he love them both, and still considers Tricia his ‘daughter,’ no matter what, and he was so affected by the breakup. Initially, Gary’s wife Angeli, has requested fans for some privacy while they deal with a “family matter.” Gary V, though, clarifies that there was no third party in the separation, as such was not mention in the grounds for their divorce. Tricia claimed that Gab was “emotionally abusive.”
What Gary laments is the fact that Gab and Tricia got married three times – in a civil ceremony in the United States in 2014, and in Tagaytay and Boracay in 2015- only to end up separated.


WHAT his father had seems to be absent in the son of OPM icon Marco Sison. Angelo Marco Sison, the son of the '80s hitmaker, tried his luck in the ABS-CBN reality show, Pinoy Boyband Superstar last Sunday but went home empty-handed. Although he received 84 percent of votes from the female fans, two of the judges, Vice Ganda and Yeng Constantino, gave him a heartbreaking ‘no.’
Angelo sung his father's OPM hit, "Make Believe" but only two of the judges, Aga Muhlach and Sandara Park believed in him.
"Parang hindi tumagos sa puso ko. Parang may hinahanap lang ako na mas ilabas, kasi naturally gwapo ka," Yeng commented.
Well, just like what his father, Marco (who was there for moral support) stated: “There’s always a next time.”


KRIS Aquino doesn't run out of 'news.'
Some people are making a big deal out of her jewelry, particularly a necklace she wore during the APEC Summit.
It is said that  some quarters are saying it belonged to the former First Lady Imelda Marcos whose collections of jewelry from the Martial Law era have been deposited in the Central Bank by the PCGG a long time ago.
Kris clarified that her necklace is nothing but pearls not diamonds, although it may look like what the former First Lady worn.
But a kibitzer arched his eyebrow saying: "So, what's the big deal?"