Ogie Diaz slams Marcoleta: "O ikamamatay mo ‘pag nangyari ‘yung ayaw mo? Move on ka na po.”

Ogie Diaz slams Marcoleta: "O ikamamatay mo ‘pag nangyari ‘yung ayaw mo? Move on ka na po.”


Showbiz manager and personality Ogie Diaz fires back at Sagip party-list Rep. Rodante Marcoleta after the latter called for a congressional investigation of the merger between TV-5 and the Lopez-owned ABS-CBN for violating some of the provisions of the 1987 Consitution.

On his Twitter page yesterday, Aug. 15, Diaz asked Marcoleta to “move on” as he pointed out that many workers may lose their jobs because the congressman has now set his sights on TV5.

“Juice ko po, sir. Sumunod naman, pero ayaw n’yong tanggapin. Ngayong bumili ng shares, me kuda pa din kayo,” Diaz said. “Sa panahon ngayon, kailangan ng pera ng gobyerno. Ikaw ba sasagip ng bansa, ng mawawalan ng trabaho? O ikamamatay mo ‘pag nangyari ‘yung ayaw mo? Move on ka na po.”

(photo credit to owner)


(My God, sir. We followed, but you would not accept it. Now that [ABS-CBN] is buying shares, you still have a lot to say. During times like these, the government needs money. Will you save the country and those who will lose jobs? Would it kill you if what you do not like happens? Please move on.)

Marcoleta is known to be one of the fiercest critic of the Lopez owned company in the 18th Congress which led to the none renewal of its legislative franchise.

The Manuel V. Pangilinan led TV5 last August 12 announced that an investment agreement that is seen to improve TV5’s presence in broadcasting while also giving ABS-CBN a way around its lack of franchise and a venue for its programs to air on free TV.


In the merger, which is targeted to close within the month, ABS-CBN is set to acquire 6.46 million of TV5’s common shares, or 34.99 percent of its total outstanding capital stock. The merger also includes P1.84 billion worth of convertible notes to be issued by TV5 to ABS-CBN. 


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