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‘Demonyong kang reporter ka’: MMDA spokesperson calls out ABS-CBN reporter

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A Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) spokesperson lashed out at an ABS-CBN reporter for allegedly reporting incomplete details and blaming the former for ‘causing confusion.’ 

On her Facebook page, MMDA Spokesperson Celine Pialago called the attention of ABS-CBN reporter Doris Bigornia for releasing an incomplete Viber conversation. 

“Miss Doris Bigornia, I will really call your attention through my page since walang pakundangan mong inilabas ang isang Viber message na hindi kumpleto,” she wrote. 

“Kanina sa report mo sa TV Patrol. Ako ang nagsabi na bukas na ang Darrio Bridge U-turn, yes! Pero hindi mo nilabas sa TV ang buong laman ng GC, nakalagay bukas yun sa emergency vehicles at nung tinawagan ko si Sir Dexter Cardenas ng QC Traffic ngayong gabi, he confirmed and he said ‘yes mam pinagamit na po sa mga emergency vehciles. Tapos sasabihin mo nagdulot ng kalituhan ang message ko sa Viber group?,”

“This time hindi na kita palalagpasin. Kung meron akong pagsisisi ngayong 2020, yun ay yung pinatawad pa kita. Demonyo kang reporter ka,” Pialago concluded. 

Her statement has now gathered 20,000 reactions as of this writing and with nearly 5,000 comments. 

In her statement, she also mentioned when the reporter asked for forgiveness in a restaurant. 

“Remember the day, when you begged and asked for forgiveness in Mario’s Restaurant. Asking me to withdraw my case against you. Ang bait bait mo nun, umiiyak ka at nagmamakaawa. Naghanap ka ng padrino para makausap ako. Tinrato kitang tao. Ang pakiusap ko lang sayo. Tama na Mam, basta tama na kamalditahan mo,” she said. 

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