Rita Avila Reacts to the Viral Twitter Post of Jaime Fabregas Against Isko Moreno
RITA AVILA – Veteran actress reposts the viral rant of Jaime Fabregas on Twitter against Manila Mayor Isko Moreno running for president on 2022 election.
Rita Avila reposted the veteran actor’s controversial Tweet on her Instagram stories. The actor’s tweet expressed his contempt towards Manila Mayor Isko Moreno.
The veteran actor’s most recent Tweet has generated debate and elicited a wide range of reactions from the online community. Jaime addresses a letter to Manila Mayor Francisco Isko “Moreno” Domagaso, who is running for president in 2022.
He stated in his post that the mayor had lost his trustworthiness from the outset. It is believed that becoming president is inappropriate, but being mayor is, based on his post.
He even compares the presidential candidate to President Rodrigo Duterte, a former mayor of the Philippines. Duterte previously served as the mayor of Davao City and ran for president in 2016.
“Sa umpisa pa lang sinabi ko na na mahirap pagkatiwalaan si Isko! Parehong pareho sila ni Duterte! Utak-mayor, hindi pang-presidente. Mag-isip-isip naman sana ang mga botante. Mag-aral, mag-research! Presidente ng Pilipinas ang iboboto natin!” he wrote in his post.
When it comes to sharing her opinions on the country’s political scene, the actress has been fairly forthright. She has been a vocal opponent of the present administration and has shown support for Vice President Leni Robredo, who is vying for the presidency.
In the midst of her series of posts about politics, Rita Avila included a post about herself. She humbly introduced herself and revealed why she has been loud with her thoughts on her Instagram page.
She also highlighted how people reacted to her posts endorsing Vice President Leni Robredo’s presidential campaign. Despite the fact that some netizens support her position, she admitted that there are still those who are offended by her posts.
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