Shut up na lang! Lito Lapid’s daughter-in-law slams Bam Aquino for mocking his inclusion in ‘Magic 12’
The daughter-in-law of former senator Lito Lapid has called out Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino for sneering at his inclusion in the list of politikos who will most likely win the 2019 senatorial elections.
Former actress Tanya Garcia, wife of Lapid’s son Mark, blew her top after Aquino said some of those who were included in the so-called “Magic 12” of the Social Weather Stations survey on the 2019 polls were not deserving.
“Nirerespeto naman natin ang resulta ng kahit anong survey. Kaya lang, sa tingin ko may mga ilang pumasok sa Magic 12 kahit di naman dapat. Napansin ko kasi, parang bumabalik tayo sa dati na pag laging nakikita ng publiko, akala nila pwede na,” he said.
In response to Aquino’s remark, Garcia said on Facebook: “Hmmmm …why Bam Aquino???? So you think ikaw lang deserving maging senator??? At yung ibang humahabol, hindi? O e di ikaw na! Ikaw na! Bam Aquino for Senator this 2019! I sincerely hope you win ng madami ka pang magawa!”
Garcia said she found it “laughable” that Aquino would comment on Lapid’s inclusion in the winning circle of senatorial candidates because he and other members of the Liberal Party liked to criticize the former senator when he was still in office.
“Ngayon na nag-aartista na nga lang ay may sinasabi pa rin kayo! Ano ba talaga gusto nyo gawin nung tao?” she asked.
Lapid appears in the hit ABS-CBN teleserye “Ang Probinsyano.”
Garcia advised Aquino, who won on the back of his popular surname and likeness to former senator Benigno Aquino Jr., to shut up.
“P.S. if you claim you respect the results of the survey, dapat wala ng ‘kaya lang….’ if you really claim you respect it, you’d keep your mouth shut,” she said, adding that her father-in-law hasn’t made up his mind about any political plans for 2019.
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