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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

VIDEO: Boy Abunda dragged by Filipinos for giving platform to Darryl Yap through interview over outrage from Maid in Malacañang movie

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that  Boy Abunda dragged by Filipinos for giving platform to Darryl Yap through interview over outrage from Maid in Malacañang movie. 

The snippet of the interview between Boy Abunda and Darryl Yap is currently trending on Twitter from YouTube. The full interview premieres on August 4, 2022 (tomorrow). 

A Twitter user wrote: "The historical basis of this scene was in ‘86 when Cory was in Cebu seeking refuge at a Carmelite monastery days before Feb 25. The call from Bosworth to grant exile for Marcos happened days later. 
Not only is this distorted. It’s an insult to the Carmelite sisters."(Read More Here).

Photos that showed a scene where “Cory,” played by Giselle Sanchez, and the nuns were playing mahjong, circulated on social media and this did not sit well with many netizens.

Another Twitter user tackles the first one: "FALSE INFORMATION. What archival materials say:
1. There are no credible sources at all that indicate that Cory Aquino was “playing mahjong” with Carmelite sisters in Cebu in 1986.
2. Cory’s exact quote: “Tell him it’s okay to go. My only condition is that he leave the country.”

“Let it be known that no one responsible for the production of the movie came to us to gather information on what really happened. Any serious scriptwriter or movie director could have shown such elementary diligence before making such movie,” Sr. Costillas said.

“The attempt to distort history is reprehensible. Depicting the nuns as playing mahjong with Cory Aquino is malicious. It would suggest that while the fate of the country was in peril, we could afford to leisurely play games,” said Sr. Costillas.

“We knew the dangers of allowing Ms. Cory Aquino to hide in the monastery. But we also prayerfully discerned that the risk was worth it, as our contribution to put an end to a dictatorial regime,” Sr. Costillas said.

Costillas emphasized at the time, the nuns were ready to defend Aquino ‘at all cost.’ Costillas further lamented that the pictures would trivialize ‘whatever contribution we had to restore democracy.’ “Thus, if these pictures would be taken as authentic representation of what really happened, they would put into doubt the trust that the people have placed in us,” she said.

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