- Jimmy Bondoc once honed his talents at ABS-CBN where he appeared in shows like ASAP and It’s Showtime.
- Bondoc took to Facebook to air his delight in what he foresaw as the ‘biggest network’s’ demise, apparently referring to ABS-CBN
- Former ABS-CBN artists who are now with GMA showed their support for their old network in the light of Bondoc’s rant.
When Jimmy Bondoc made his rant against “the biggest network” which apparently referred to ABS-CBN, he inadvertently triggered an outpouring of support for ABS-CBN from netizens and celebrities alike.
Derek Ramsay showed “complete respect” for ABS-CBN where he had worked for six years. He is currently under contract to the GMA Network.
Former Kapuso reporter Michael Fajatin also supported the cause.
Mula Kapuso GMA7 hanggang sa Kasangbahay UNTV. Nakikiisa ako sa selebrasyon ng bawat Kapamilya sa isang malaya at progresibong Pilipinas!
Kapuso for 20 years, Rey Agapay showed his support to the rival network.
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as a broascasting student i was an intern for @gmapublicaffairs and have now been working for #gmaentertainment for close to 20 years now. #kapuso through and through. but that doesn’t mean i cannot recognize the #goodwork of my colleagues and friends in @abscbn we share the spirit of #excellence in our field, in shining the #light on the #truth, in defending and celebrating the filipino people’s right to freedom of speech, the #press, and of #expression Kung para sa #bayan, huwag tayong watak-watak at utak-talangka
Sunshine Cruz also posted a message on how the network helped her rebuild her career a few years ago.
Share ko lang po. Year 2013. Nung panahong lugmok ako, walang pera, walang matirahan, ABS-CBN ang nagbigay ng tsansa na…
Former GMA News and Public Affairs reporter Steve Dailisan gave his respects to the Kapamilya Network where he started his career, adding that he found friends who believe in truth.
Bago pa man ako magsimula bilang reporter sa GMA News and Public affairs, sa mga programang Wazzup Wazzup (Tadjock…
GMA News reporter Raffy Tima greeted ABS-CBN for their 65th Anniversary.
Marvin Agustin was very grateful to ABS-CBN for changing his life.
Newly recruited Kapuso Aiko Melendez also showed gratitude for her home for 9 years.
Atom Araullo also showed support to former colleagues at ABS-CBN.