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Nov 07 19, 2:30 pm

Morissette inuntog ang ulo sa dingding – Jobert

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Nov. 07, 19 | 2:30 pm

“I saw Morissette, inuuntog ang ulo niya.”

This was how producer and entertainment columnist Jobert Sucaldito described what happened after Morissette Amon was interviewed by ABS-CBN reporter Mario Dumaual.

Sucaldito said he was shocked at what he saw at that time.

As respect to Amon, Sucaldito did not mind her since he said he doesn’t want to interfere as it may be a personal problem.

It turned out, Amon felt she was ‘attacked’ during the interview.

Sucaldito came in defense of Dumaual saying he handled the interview well.

“He wasn’t out of bounds… Casual. Very generic,” he said.

Amon even answered the questions candidly, he added.

But it was Amon’s manager David Cosico who approached Sucaldito and told him that Amon can no longer perform after what happened.

In a video interview with Sucaldito after, he said Cosico even tried to return the honorarium that he gave her.

“Tito, is it okay na ibalik na lang namin ang honorarium? It’s not important to me. We have a show,” Sucaldito said.

Sucaldito became furious after Amon just walked out of the show without even apologizing to the audience that she could no longer do her part on the show.

Amon’s walkout video was being talked about on social media as it had been shared in a number of accounts and pages.

Not only was Sucaldito disappointed on Amon’s lack of professionalism but fans were also disappointed since they waited for her to perform.

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