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Jodi Sta. Maria, Gabbi Garcia, Bianca Gonzalez other celebs react to ‘insensitive mañanita’

Celebrities call out NCR Police Office chief Debold Sinas for holding a birthday party while the whole region is supposed to be under enhanced community quarantine.

  • People questioned the importance of a birthday party when even the President himself didn’t hold one during his birthday.
  • The government is accused of being biased when it comes to who should be punished when it comes to the law. 

Public figures have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment regarding a party that was held by the National Capital Region Police Office chief Police Major General Debold Sinas amid the enhanced community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Actress Jodi Sta. Maria said that she just hopes that the party had no asymptomatic attendees.

“Sana po walang asymptomatic sa inyo. Siguro we can behave as if we have the virus to protect others. Nakakatakot lang kasi baka may magkasakit. Thank you,” she tweeted.

She also asked the PNP chief Police General Archie Francisco Gamboa why he thinks there’s nothing wrong with it after he defended Sinas’ party.

DJ Jhaiho also pointed out the presence of alcohol in the party even if an alcohol ban is still implemented.

“Mismong presidente nga hindi nag-party nung nag-birthday pero…” Bianca Gonzalez tweeted.

In March, Senator Koko Pimentel was also criticized by the public after he violated the quarantine guidelines even though he was a person under investigation then. He turned out to be COVID-19 positive which made it worse.

Netizens pointed out that the statement “No one is above the law” is not actually practiced when it comes to the allies of the administration.

Actress Agot Isidro asked the supporters of the current administration about what should be done if the police violated the regulations.

Gabbi Garcia pointed out that there are Filipinos who were not able to come home to their loved ones due to the ECQ.

Other public figures also reacted to the viral birthday party.

Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen pointed out that holding parties when community quarantine protocols are in place to prevent more cases of the coronavirus is insensitive.

“Parties are mass gatherings. It is insensitive to hold one,” he stated.

Written by J M

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