Date Published:

11:54 AM May 23, 2019

Date Updated:

2:51 PM May 23, 2019

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Jimmy Bondoc controversial post circulates online.

JIMMY BONDOC – The former singer Jimmy Bondoc has this very controversial post about the biggest TV network which caught attention.

“I am so excited to see the biggest tv network close down. This company is a snake pit, where success is based on politics and sexual favors. NOBODY dares to talk about it because they either benefit from it, or they would rather not have them as enemies,” says Jimmy Bondoc in a controversial Facebook.

Bondoc did not mention any name of a network. However, he did mention how this network has ruined the art and culture and the “moral fiber as a nation”. He stressed what those kids are having their lives into in falling in long lines to seek their dreams. He revealed how those contests already have winners due to the manipulation of the “hidden bosses”.

READ THE POST BELOW:

ART and CULTURE have been ruined by this network. Our moral fiber as a nation, too. Wide-eyed kids seek dreams and fall in line, not knowing the hell that their lives will be plunged into.

They have contests where the winners have been pre-determined, or are manipulated to suit the whims of the hidden bosses.

Their news is for sale, highest bidder gets the slant. And foreign groups are usually the victors.

I AM EAGERLY AWAITING YOUR DEMISE. I know how this sounds. And I know the nasty comments which are bound to come. I don’t care. If you think COMELEC is bad, wait until you see the real machinery that is known as “the biggest network.”

Bondoc is a former singer and now the Assistant Vice President for Entertainment of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR). He is the one behind the famous and hit break up song “Let Me Be The One”.

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