Netizen Slams ABS-CBN's Celebrities Self-Entitlement through a Signature Campaign for Network Renewal

Prominent blogger and columnist Krizette Laureta Chu slammed some celebrities of ABS-CBN for conducting a signature campaign to show their support for the franchise renewal of the TV Network instead of just asking the company to pay their taxes and obligations with their employees.

The veteran blogger chided the Lopez-owned company for so much propaganda allegedly using their reach and popularity to cover up their alleged non-payment of correct taxes which is indeed not fair to all ordinary Filipinos.

The statement of the netizen came out as her respond to the reported signature campaign initiated by the National Union of Journalists in the Philippines (NUJP) asking the House of Representatives to pass the franchise renewal of ABS-CBN.

Based on various reports from the mainstream media and confirmed by some Palace officials, the franchis of ABS-CBN is set to expire in March 2020.

Krizette Chu criticized the agreement between ABS-CBN and BIR allowing the TV Network to pay 40% of what they owe to the government, and the concerned netizen asked if this kind of agreement can be enjoyed by ordinary Pinoys like her.

The prominent blogger also took a jab at celebrities joining the call for a signature campaign to extend the franchise of ABS-CBN as she wondered if these celebrities are asking the public to turn a blind eye. If that's the case, this sounded unfair to her and the ordinary Filipinos who are religiously paying their taxes while this giant network can get away with it.

Chu also asked the so-called "wokes," Dilawans and the Reds who hates the capitalists to show their outrage against ABS-CBN.

Read the Complete Statement of Krizette Laureta Chu:

As the renewal of franchise for ABS CBN looms, it’s gone full offensive, asking its most beloved celebrities to sign and push petitions for its franchise renewal.

So much propaganda when they could just pay their taxes right?

ABS CBN went into an agreement with the BIR that they will just pay 40 percent (compromise agreement) of their utang. PWEDE BA TO SA NORMAL NA MAMAYANG PILIPINO? Pwede ba ako pumunta sa BIR, sabihin 40 percent lang ng tax ko ang babayaran ko pero 100 percent ang paninira at reklamo ko sa inyo? (*ISA PA TONG BIR. So ABS CBN exhibits “inability to pay” the full amount and/or the amount quoted is not legit?)

Di ko talaga ma gets.

Are these celebrities asking us to look the other way? Hindi ba unfair sa ordinaryong mamamayan na nagbabayad ng tax na yung ganyang kalaking network hindi nagbabayad ng tama?

Yung mga nag nag Jeep papasok ng work, yung mga nag bebedspace lang ng malapit sa work nila, yung mga naka tayo all day, yung mga normal ABS CBN employees—sila pa talaga ang hini hingan nyo ng sakripisyo while you live in your mansions and drive your expensive cars?

Parang mali? Where’s your sense of social justice when it’s your way of life that’s threatened?

It stings because these celebs earn millions, and they want normal people who earn minimum wage to not fight for big companies to pay proper tax that will go to building a better PH. Buti naman kung hindi sila nauuna pumuna pag kulang ang services.

I mean, ABSCBN doesn’t have to complicate the issue, just pay your tax RIGHT. I know it’s showbiz, but this is just too much drama for something so fixable.

All these drama about ABS CBN legacy, jobs to be lost, WHEN IN THE FIRST PLACE IT WAS TRYING TO FOOL THE GOVERNMENT BY NOT PAYING ITS TAX RIGHT. And not the Duterte government—but all the governments that let it pass in fear of powerful media retribution. (ALLEGEDLY, I'm not BIR .)

Parang unfair naman ata that celebrities who have no idea about the daily grind of people who pay their taxes right demand something from their followers when they could just turn around and ask their network to pay the proper tax. So much entitlement.

WHERE’S THE FUCKING OUTRAGE, WOKE PEOPLE. Where are you, Reds? Where are you, communists who deplore abusive capitalists?

Source: Krizette Laureta Chu FB Page

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