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Paul Soriano isn’t famous enough to get canceled

Netizens didn’t like how arrogant he was in his explanation and handed it to him.

Filmmaker Paul Soriano was steamrolled by netizens after saying that he could care less about “being canceled by the minority.”

Recently, he uploaded photos that showed Marcos on the set for shooting the “Uniteam” campaign ad. The clapperboard was dated January 8, a day after the former senator skipped the COMELEC hearing on the disqualification cases against him. Marcos’s alibi was that he got exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

People caught on to this and noted that Marcos lied once again.

Soriano took a lot of heat on social media because he still supports presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos whom people say is dishonest.

He defended Marcos and vice-presidential bet Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio by giving further information about the shooting.

“Ito po ang scene na binuo ni Direk Paul Soriano noong Jan. 8, 2022. Hindi po kasama si BBM na noon ay nasa quarantine. Wala pong nilabag na protocol ang crew. Please share this to enlighten everyone. Mahalin natin ang Pilipinas.” he told MJ Mondejar of SMNI News.

He said that he’s not the type to cancel anyone.

“I’d like to just be on the record and say I never say that. I’m the type of person also that i would never cancel anyone. Hindi naman ako ganoong tao. There’s no need for me to cancel anyone. Whether you like me, you love, you hate me.

“I just wanna get the record straight I didn’t say that I’m cancelling anyone. So yan parang life goes on for me MJ,” he added.

He then said that he’s not worried about getting canceled himself.

Netizens didn’t like how arrogant he was in his explanation and handed it to him.

None of Soriano’s projects have won anything significant. He is best known for marrying Toni Gonzaga and not his directing works.

Written by Charles Teves

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