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Jan. 07, 19 | 5:32 pm

Radio host and comedian Ogie Diaz goes unfiltered on his opinion regarding the health condition of Kris Aquino.

In his latest “Mama Ogs says” post on Facebook, Diaz shared that the multimedia queen will not die young due to her illnesses. Instead, he said he believes that Aquino would die early if she shut her mouth.

Aquino has continued to make her life an open book even outside the limelight after leaving ABS-CBN, her mother network for 22 years, in 2016. She has created her own multimedia company called KCAP where she regularly updates her fans about her life.

When Diaz was asked “Sana nga, Mama Ogs, gumaling na si Kris, no?,” the radio host said: “Alam mo, si Kris, hindi mamamatay sa sakit. Mas ikamamatay niya pag hindi niya ibinuka ‘yung bibig niya o hindi siya dumaldal.”

He added: “Hindi kasi siya naniniwala sa ‘less talk, less mistake’. O kaya ‘no talk, no mistake’. Dahil kahit bilinan siya ng doktor o ng lawyers niya na ‘wag munang magsasalita about the case or about her health, mas magsisikip ang dibdib niya kapag ‘yung alam niya ay hindi niya sasabihin sa publiko.”

Diaz also shared: “Imadyinin mo kung ‘yung doktor, sinikreto muna sa kanya ang tungkol sa mga sakit niya, alam mo kung ano ang ending? Sasabihin niya sa interbyu na, ‘I hate my doctors. Ayaw nilang sabihin sa akin ang mga sakit ko kasi idadaldal ko raw. I can keep a secret naman, eh. They just don’t trust me.”

The radio host went on to say that he is hoping Aquino would find time to take some time off, especially on social media.

“Sana nga, mapanindigan ni Kris na magpahinga muna siya sa mga social media accounts niya, dahil isa daw ‘yon sa nakakapagpa-stress sa kanya. So pipilitin daw niya. But knowing Kris? Makakatiis ba ‘yan? Kaya niya sigurong tiisin ang mga sakit niya, pero hindi ang pagdaldal kahit sa instagram at fanpage niya,” Diaz said.

On January 6, fans and netizens sent their prayers for Aquino’s immediate recovery after she revealed that she has a “form of lupus”, which has been the cause of her severe weight loss, and that she recently experienced severe allergies again.

 

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“Stay strong, make them wonder how you’re still smiling.” i don’t want doctors who have been compassionate towards me to later on be questioned. Before we fly, may i clearly state: i have severe allergies (most dangerous of all my conditions because of anaphylaxis meaning magsasara ang air passages & hindi na ko makakahinga); hypertension (mostly under control except the week before & the first 3 days of my menstrual period); migraines (problematic to treat because of my NSAID allergy); chronic spontaneous urticaria (taking 5 different antihistamines daily, EpiPen on standby & diphenhydramine shots for when “nagmapa na ang hives”); and fibromyalgia. we are flying for more tests to determine why i have symptoms & blood test results seeming to confirm 2 autoimmune disorders SLE (a form of Lupus) and Thyroiditis (no matter the skill of my makeup artists, my right eyeball is protruding, the iris is much bigger and there’s pronounced hollowing in my neck, some of you commented on a previous post that there was a visible lump, i didn’t catch that & blamed myself for not having worn something covering my neck). The problem is the weight loss which runs counter to both conditions because both lupus & hypothyroidism (my blood panel indicates hypo not hyper) should be making me bloat- before writing this i weighed myself, i am 63.5 inches tall (or short)/ 161.3 in cm; i now weigh 113 lbs or 51.25 kilos. My weight had been in the 127 to 135 lbs range (57.6 to 61.2 kilos)- in my work, 120 to 122 lbs (55 kilos) would be ideal. i wrote this because i still vividly recall how courageous my mom was when stage 4 cancer was her diagnosis. i am not typical, and i choose to reveal ALL rather than have half truths & lies spread about me. we are flying to Singapore because i am also doing a drug/medicine challenge test. Everything, especially those needed in any emergency procedure or operation and for post op care, will be tested with an emergency medical team on standby. Only after i get through that will i do my other tests. nothing added & nothing subtracted. #mytruth

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Together with her youngest son Bimby, Aquino headed back to Singapore to undergo more medical tests “to determine why i have symptoms and blood test results seeming to confirm 2 autoimmune disorders SLE (a form of Lupus) and Thyroiditis.”

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