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Jobert Sucaldito’s contract under review after comments on Nadine Lustre

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Feb. 12, 20 | 12:04 pm

Jobert Sucaldito has been off air for over a month now in his radio show Showbuzz in DZMM.

The show goes on air daily from Monday to Friday from 10PM to 10:30 PM.

Pep.ph reported that Sucaldito was fired from the radio show and his contract was no longer renewed by the radio network.

Another source said that Sucaldito’s contract is under review indefinitely.

READ ALSO: ABS CBN News investigates Jobert Sucaldito’s tirades vs. Nadine Lustre

It’s unclear if the reason the reason for the possible non-renewal of contract was when he received on his comment on actress Nadine Lustre’s mental health condition.

Last month, Sucaldito said that Nadine Lustre is just playing the public for denying that she and her ex-boyfriend James Reid were already separated. He even told Lustre to just jump from the building if she wants to.

JaDine fans did not tolerate the comment and demanded an apology. ABS-CBN News even issued a statement that they will not tolerate any insensitive comments on mental health.

READ ALSO: Jobert Sucaldito apologizes to Nadine Lustre over mental health remark

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