Ogie Diaz Shares Being A Manager Is Not Easy Amid Issues

This is what Ogie Diaz shared amid the issues following Liza Soberano’s vlog.

OGIE DIAZ – Following the issues that arise due to the latest vlog of Liza Soberano, Ogie Diaz speaks about being a manager.

Former Kapamilya actress Liza Soberano continues to surprise fans as she embraces her brand in the entertainment industry. Wiping off her social media accounts actually marked her rebranding and in her latest vlog, she expressed that she would now prefer to be called “Hope” rather than the screen name she did not choose for herself.

While she appeared brave to many people, to others, she sounded ungrateful. In a previous article, her former manager Ogie Diaz reacted to her vlog where she implied that she was caged and controlled. Diaz refuted this and her past statement also refuted the current ones.

According to Diaz, she was actually asked and being heard. She was not entirely controlled by the people who managed her. Despite this, he remained grateful to his former talent as she chose to be obedient during those times.

Liza Soberano
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He did stress, “Anak, lagi kang binibigyan ng chance to say your piece, your opinion, your suggestion. Pinapakinggan ka din naman kung may complaints ka.”

And now, amid all the issues, Diaz turned to social media to air how difficult it was to be a manager.

He wrote in a Facebook post. “Akala n’yo, madaling mag-manage ng talents? Ay, hindi po. Apakahirap. Para kang buntis. Binubuo mo pa lang sa iyong sinapupunan, iniisip mo na ang future niya.”

Being a manager is accordingly not just being a mere manager. You are also your talent’s mother, father, sibling, and friend rolled into one. As a manager, he also becomes the “troubleshooter” every time his talent is dragged into a controversy. He does something for damage control.

“Akala ng ibang mga mema, kuha lang nang kuha ng komisyon ang talent manager. Hoy, ano’ng feeling niyo? Kakakilala ko lang sa talent ngayon, gusto niyo, sikat na siya next week? Gusto niyo, pag-iri ko sa sanggol ngayon, Grade 6 na siya next week? Eh, kung ganun pala gusto niyo at marunong pa kayo sa manager, ba’t hindi kayo ang mag-manage? Ang dami niyo palang alam, eh,” he said.

What he is now as a manager is because of the necessary skills and experiences he gained through the years.


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