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Artists complain GMA mistakenly credited AlDub artwork to other people

While the AlDub tandem continues to gain popularity, GMA Network made a misstep with a video uploaded on their YouTube account.

The video “The Best of AlDub fan art” published on GMA’s YouTube account featured the top 15 fan art of the tandem. However, at  least three artists claimed that their work was not properly credited.

A pencil sketch of Yaya Dub created by Francis Conrad Marilao was credited to Julius Advincula Troyo who uploaded the art on Facebook.

A sketch of Yaya Dub which was not properly credited by the GMA Video.
A sketch of Yaya Dub which was not properly credited by the GMA Video.
The original sketch done by artist Francis Conrad Marilao. Photo Credit: Facebook/ Francis Conrad Marilao
The original sketch done by artist Francis Conrad Marilao.
Photo Credit: Facebook/ Francis Conrad Marilao

The artwork in third place was created by Ran Carmona, but was credited to Rio Tabisula Cabojoc in the video.

GMA credited this fan art to another artist whose work was also included and improperly credited in the video as well.
GMA credited this fan art to another artist whose work was also included and improperly credited in the video as well.
Artist Ran Carmona did the original cartoonized version of this work. Photo Credit: Facebook/ Ran Carmona
Artist Ran Carmona did the original artwork.
Photo Credit: Facebook/ Ran Carmona

Rio Tabisula Cabojoc created the artworks in the number one and number two slots, but they were instead credited to a Facebook User named Yaya Dub Maine Mendoza in the video.

Even the number one art on the list was not properly credited by GMA.
Even the number one art on the list was not properly credited by GMA.
Rio Tabisula Cabojoc's artworks made it to the number 2 and number 1 in the GMA video but was not properly credited as well. Photo Credit: Facebook/ Rio Tabisula Cabojoc
Rio Tabisula Cabojoc’s artworks made it to the top two slots in the GMA video, but was not properly credited as well.
Photo Credit: Facebook/ Rio Tabisula Cabojoc

Artist Rio Cabojoc even had to clear his name through a Facebook post since he was mistakenly credited for the artwork which landed in the third spot, while his own pieces were not even credited to him.

Artist Rio Cabojoc even had to clarify his name although two of his fan arts were not even credited. Photo screen-grabbed from Facebook/ Rio Cabojoc
Artist Rio Cabojoc tried to clear his name.
Photo screen-grabbed from Facebook/ Rio Cabojoc

Fortunately, artists Ran Carmona and Rio Cabojoc were able to clarify things. Ran Carmona posted another status to clear Cabojoc’s name.

The two artists were able to clarify the issue on "art-grabbing". Photo screen-grabbed from Facebook/ Ran Carmona
The two artists were able to clarify the issue on “art-grabbing”.
Photo screen-grabbed from Facebook/ Ran Carmona

As of this writing, GMA Network has not edited or taken down the video on YouTube despite the complaints of these artists.


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