MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Blood may be thicker than water, but being a godfather to someone’s wedding won’t prevent him from calling the goddaughter names — like deceiver.
Former Senator Antonio Trillanes, who was a “ninong” at Jover Laurio’s wedding has called the blogger (Pinoy Ako Blog) “manloloko.”
Trillanes was responding to a tweet by Laurio in which, in sarcasm, she congratulated the organizers of the 2019 South East Asian Games for winning an award as the “Best SEA Games Organizer,” allegedly given by the Sports industry Awards Asia (SPIA).
It turns out no such award was given.
Trillanes couldn’t hold back on his criticism of Laurio. The two are closely identified with the political opposition — the Dilawan.
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Self-identified investigative journalist Raissa Robles has categorically denied a social media post attributed to her in which she supposedly described the Philippine’s haul of gold medals at the ongoing SEA Games as “luto” (cooked, implying it was rigged).
In speaking with The Adobo Chronicles, Robles said she never mentioned anything about the gold medals.
She said what she mentioned in her post were the silver medals.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Davao Bureau) – The online blog site Rappler is reporting that Davao City Sara Duterte has slammed the use of the song ‘Manila’ as background music for the entrance of Filipino athletes during the SEA Games Opening Ceremonies Friday night.
The Presidential daughter said the song does not represent the entire country. Nevermind that his dad swayed to the music as he waived his hand — a la Miss Universe — to greet the Filipino athletes.
We spoke via Skype to Sara and we asked her what song she thought would have been more appropriate.
She sent us this link for her song choice: