Dyan Castillejo ‘Your President’ Statement To Sen. Pacquiao Sparks Different Reactions

DYAN CASTILLEJO – Sports reporter Dyan Castillejo remained silent amid her controversial “your president” statement to Senator Manny Pacquiao as she refers to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

One of the reporters who were spotted at the recent fight of Sen. Manny Pacquiao against Argentinian boxer Lucas Matthysse is sports reporter Dyan Castillejo. Based on a report, the fight was held in Malaysia on July 15.

Pacquiao and Matthysse fought over the WBA Welterweight Title. The Filipino boxer-senator won the match with a TKO on the seventh round. Undeniably, Pacman is in control of the fight since the start.

After the match, reporter Dyan Castillejo interviewed Sen. Manny Pacquiao. As per a report, a statement of the Filipina reporter to the boxing champ caught the attention of the netizens and earned her criticisms from other people.

Dyan Castillejo

Photo lifted from The Filipino Times

Dyan Castillejo asked Sen. Manny Pacquiao about his message to the Filipino people and to Pres. Rodrigo Duterte. The 73-year-old national leader was also there in Malaysia to watch the fight of Pacman, his friend and one of his allies in politics.

A part of Dyan’s statement to the Filipino boxer caught the attention of many people – when she expressed “your president” to Pacman while referring to Pres. Duterte.

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte

Photo lifted from The National | Credits: Aaron Favila / AP Photo file

Undeniably, lots of netizens bashed Dyan Castillejo on the social media. On the other side, there are those who did not see anything wrong with the statement of the ABS-CBN reporter and they defended her.

Based on a recent report of LionheartTV.Net on MSN Entertainment, Dyan remains silent amid the issue and she has yet to release a statement about it.

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Read also the previous article: Pacquiao’s Victory Against Matthysse Sparks Reaction From Celebrities

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