Starlet RR Enriquez showed her support for Janella Salvador who figured in another controversy with her former production assistant.
While throwing support for the Kapamilya actress, Enriquez lambasted the hard-hitting radio host Raffy Tulfo and his show “Raffy Tulfo in Action.”
Salvador’s former production assistant Michelle Pelongco had complained to Tulfo about her allegedly unpaid salary amounting to P3,600, which is equivalent to Pelongco’s 12 days of service to the actress.
On her Instagram account, Salvador countered Pelongco’s charges, saying the latter might as well “sue” her.
“I really don’t believe I have to defend myself because trial by media is not the appropriate venue for this. If you believe in your own lies and I really violated something, sue me,” Salvador dared Pelongco in her post.
“If you’re gonna twist the story in your desperate attempt to get money from me… sorry, hun. 3.6k is small and I would gladly give it to someone who deserves it. Not worth my time,” Salvador added.
Posting Salvador’s answer to her former production assistant’s allegations, Enriquez penned a strongly worded comment on her Instagram account rr.enriquez yesterday, July 9.
“Such a Clever person!!! Go girl!!!! Yes I believe hindi responsibilidad ng isang tao na dapat sumagot kay Tulfo! Kaya may lawyer at hearing!!! May batas kaya dun tayo sa tamang proseso. Tulfo is not batas!” Enriquez said, backing Salvador up. She added that Tulfo’s show was “for helping and humilliating a person!!!”
(I believe it is not anyone’s responsibility to be answerable to Tulfo! This is why we have a lawyer and there is such a thing as hearing!!! We have our laws so we have to follow the right process. Tulfo is not the law!)
Enriquez also pointed out that despite Tulfo’s show being helpful, someone gets bashed in the process.
“Dahil sa kabila ng pagtulong ng isang tao, meron naman isang tao na, nahuhumiliate (nabubully sa socmed). Mali man ng isang tao yan, hindi kailangan iinvolve ang media para lang malaman at pagpyestahan at pagtawanan ng buong mundo yung taong nakagawa ng mali… Kahit ano pang mali ng tao hindi nya deserve to be put in that show,” Enriquez further said.
(Despite the show helping people, there’s one who gets humiliated (bullied on social media). Even if one is wrong, there is no need to involve the media just so the whole world will know and feast on and laugh at one’s mistake. No matter how wrong a person is, he does not deserve to be put in that show.)
Enriquez believes that Tulfo’s show has become fodder to gossips.
“Ang nakakasad pa, it’s becoming a comedy show sa madaming tao Lalo na sa mga taong chismosa at mga sadista (Sadista dahil enjoy na enjoy sila na may taong napapahiya.) Kung affected ka, malamang isa ka sa tinutukoy ko,” she stated.
(What’s sad is that it’s becoming a comedy show for many people, especially for gossipers and sadists. [Sadists because they enjoy seeing someone being humiliated.] If you’re affected, it is probably because you see yourself in this.)
Enriquez stressed that while there are really abusive people, it is not right to see them humiliated on air.
“Let’s say of course some people deserved to be put in that show, kasi may mga abusado talaga pero again sa aking paniniwala, mali man sila hindi nila deserve to be in that show para mahumilliate. May mga taong they want to solve a problem na hindi involve ang camera. Privacy ang tawag dun,” she explained.
(Let’s say of course some people deserve to be put in that show because there are really abusive, but I believe that even if they may be wrong, they don’t deserve to be humiliated in that show. There are people who want to solve a problem sans camera. It is called privacy.)
“This is my opinion walang paki alaman (no one should care to object),” she intoned. /ra