End Cancel Culture to Businesses with Different Political Views – BBM

BBM Appeals to Public to End Cancel Culture and Support Local Buisness

BBM – Presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. appealed to the public to stop the “cancel culture” towards local businesses over different political stances.

A presidential contender and former senator has taken to Facebook to urge the public to avoid boycotting businesses over different political stances. According to a Facebook post by BBM, the public should not become involved in the business of people who declare their support for their candidates for the 2022 election.

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This is in relation to reports that some supporters of another candidate called for a boycott of former actress Aya Medel’s Japanese restaurant after she showed support for BBM. The actress recently expressed her displeasure with the supporters of her opponent’s candidate.

BBM said, “May mga pagkakaiba man, huwag nating idamay ang mga negosyo ng mga taong naghahayag ng kanilang paninindigan.”

“Pare-pareho po tayong bumabangon sa pandemya upang maitaguyod ang ating mga pamilya. Tulungan natin imbes na hadlangan ang ating kapwa guminhawa,” he added.

A restaurant in Quezon City recently received negative online feedback after denying a huge take-out order from a customer who is purportedly a BBM supporter. Based on his piece, the restaurant received an order for 600 guests for a party. After finding that the order was for a BBM meeting, the owner declined it.

As a result of its political prejudice, the eatery has been under persistent attack and threats. It now has only 1.3 ratings on Google Reviews. Some even expressed support for the eatery, despite the fact that not everyone was critical of it.

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