Jay Sonza says that he feels sorry for critics after Pacquiao’s “Duterte is very good President” remark


Veteran journalist Jay Sonza despite being worked for mainstream media for many years didn’t hesitate to throw another criticism against media giants.

After Senator Manny Pacquiao won against Lucas Matthysse yesterday in Malaysia and praised President Rodrigo Duterte in the post-fight interview that watched by millions of fans around the world, Jay Sonza couldn’t imagine how the mainstream media which allegedly critical to the present admin would twist the shout out of Pacman.

He also mentioned Ms. Dyan Castellejo who interviewed Pacquiao after the match, saying that the reporter cannot even mention the name of her own President.

Sonza believes that Castellejo, showed her bias when she allegedly disowned the President during the said interview.

Castillejo receives criticisms after her “Your President,” remark while asking Pacquiao about his message to Duterte who’s also watching the match together with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad.

You can read Sonza’s whole post below:

Naawa ako sa mga news producer ng abs-cbn, gma, tv5 at mga editor ng inquirer, star at iba pa.
HINDI KO MAWARI KUNG PAPAANO NILA ITU-TWIST ANG LABAN NI PACQUIAO WITNESS BY PRES. DUTERTE AND PRIME MINISTER MAHATIR MOHAMMAD AT POST FIGHT STATEMENT NG BAGONG WORLD BOXING CHAMPION – ” Sa mga Pilipino, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is very good president. Thank you Pres. Duterte for being our president. I am excited to go back home, celebrate and go back to work as public servant. Thank you Prime Minister Mahatir and the Malaysian government.”

This was the problem of Ms. Dyan Castellejo during the post fight ringside interview. Ni hindi niya mabanggit ang pangalan ng mismong presidente ng bansang kanyang sinilangan. Hindi lang minsan, dalawang beses. She was good and very professional in the Pay-Per-View live coverage until the unfortunate interview with Pacman when her bias got the better of her. SAYANG KA DYAN.


Source: Jay Sonza


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