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‘Hindi ka sikat, bruha ka!’: Annabelle Rama, Daisy Romualdez slam Morissette for walking out of concert

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Nov. 07, 19 | 2:13 pm

Showbiz veterans Daisy Romualdez and Annabelle Rama did not hesitate to air their disappointments when singer Morissette Amon walked out of a concert on Wednesday where she was a guest performer.

Both Romualdez and Rama said that they’ve produced concerts and events and this is the first time they’ve witnessed someone who literally left the venue on the day of her performance.

“Wala kang lugar sa showbiz, hindi ganyan ugali ng singer at artista,” Romualdez said in an online video.

The handler and former actress also said that personal problems should not interfere when you are doing your job.

“Problema, yung problema iwanan mo sa bahay, kumanta ka yung mga tao dito bumili ng ticket. Umuwi ka na sa Cebu hindi ka panga ganon ka sikat,” she said.

Rama also disappointed with how the singer acted also expressed her disappointment.

“Hindi ka pa sikat bruha ka. Huwag mo gawin sa akin yan day sa stage palang kakaladkarin na kita,” she said.

Rama also said the events that led to the actress’ attitude.

“Una nainlove siya sa lalaki niya, inaway niya tatay niya, ang singer na inaaway ang parents hindi sisikat, kakarmahin ka,” Rama said.

Romualdez added that whatever her situation was, Morissette should’ve gone on stage and let the show go on.

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