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“Tunay na kulay?” Ethel Booba clarifies allegations of being a ‘bayaran’

  • Ethel Booba defended herself against accusations of her being paid to tweet against certain politicians.
  • She said that she never got paid for her opinions and her jokes can’t be considered as defamation.

Ethel Booba is not new to the act of fearlessly stating her opinion towards certain national and political issues. This often leads to people accusing her of being stupid or biased.

In the comedian’s recent tweet, she stated her side regarding the accusations of her being a ‘bayaran’. In a screenshot that she shared, a certain Facebook page named Diego Silang stated that Ethel was paid to go against Bong Revilla, Jinggoy EstradaRonald dela Rosa, Koko Pimentel, and even President Rodrigo Duterte.

Totoo pala na Binayaran si Ethel Booba para siraan and dating Senador Bong Revilla, Jinggoy Estrada, pati narin sila Gen. Bato, Koko Pimentel maging ang ating Pangulo.

Ngaun makikita ang Kulay ni Ethel PERA PERA lang yan.

#MoneyMaking
#dahilsaPera

Ethel immediately defended herself on Twitter saying that she never tweeted anything against the President and her jokes are not considered as defamation.

Unang una wala akong paninira sa ating Pangulo kahit magbungkal ka ng tweets ko. Di paninira yung joke tweets ko about politician.

She added that she never got paid for her opinions and said that the one who accused her as such is either paid to spread fake news against her or is just plain stupid.

Never ako nagpabayad sa mga opinyon ko sa Twitter.

Dalawa lang yan, bayad ka sa pagpapakalat ng fake news laban sa akin or tanga ka lang. Charot!

In a separate tweet, she requested people to report the page accusing her of such without actual evidence.


Report na lang natin sya sa pagpapakalat nya ng fake news. Again, bayad ka sa ginagawa mo or tanga ka kaya nagbibintang ka ng walang ebidensya. Charot!

Written by J M

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