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10:12 AM November 16, 2018

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10:12 AM November 16, 2018

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Jasmine Curtis reacts over the issue of FPJAP versus PNP.

FPJAP VERSUS PNP – The Kapuso actress Jasmine Curtis reacted to the stirring issue of PNP’s concern over police corruption in the show Ang Probinsyano.

Previously, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde raises his concern about the police corruption in the said show. He said that it was not fair for the PNP in the reality.

FPJAP Versus PNP

“Hindi naman fair sa PNP ‘yung mga ganyang portrayal. Parang ‘yung the chief PNP himself is a villain — hindi naman po siguro kailanman nangyari sa amin. In reality, well, hindi puwedeng mangyari iyan,” he complained.

FPJAP Versus PNP

The lead actor of the show himself, Coco Martin, also reacted in the said issue and apologized explaining that the incident in the show are just purely incidental and does not insinuate something about the reality in the society.

FPJAP Versus PNP

Photo lifted from LIONHEARTV

In Rappler’s report, Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año says that it affects the morale of the PNP. They don’t want it stopped but they wanted it to change the plot.

FPJAP Versus PNP

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And the Kapuso actress Jasmine Curtis has reacted to this and expressed in a Twitter account, “First was Goyo and a politician. Now it’s a TV series and the PNP. Authorities want tv and film to show “better” things about them…… Hah”

See comments from the post below:

@thisfakecritic: The PNP is doing a good job at ruining their own reputation. They don’t need Ang Probinsyano to do that for them.

@puffdbear2000: What i want to see are feel good tv series. Enough of the violence, mga kirida tv series, mga dark tv series, mga 3rd party tv series. Sa balita, our news masyadong brutal even showing blood. Media plays a big role to society.

@jorielf1: Bato bato sa langit mga natamaan Triggered… kahit wala ang teleserye nangyayari sa real life.

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