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Bianca Gonzalez reacts to Toni Gonzaga’s controversial interview

TV host Bianca Gonzalez publicly reaffirmed her stand against the Marcos regime on Friday, amid the controversy surrounding Toni Gonzaga’s interview with the son of the late dictator.

9/17/2021 3:45:00 PM

“My stand has always, ever since, been very public: NeverForget and NeverAgain. I might have even seen some of you out at the rallies,” Bianca Gonzalez said, referring to the social movement against the Marcos dictatorship and historical revisionism.

TV host Bianca Gonzalez publicly reaffirmed her stand against the Marcos regime on Friday, amid the controversy surrounding Toni Gonzaga ’s interview with the son of the late dictator.

Gonzalez addressed through Twitter those who “have been tagging me” in relation to Gonzaga’s interview with former senator and defeated vice-presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos.Gonzalez is a known close friend and long-time co-host of Gonzaga. They are co-hosting the upcoming 10th season of ABS-CBN’s “Pinoy Big Brother.”

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“My stand has always, ever since, been very public: #NeverForget and #NeverAgain. I might have even seen some of you out at the rallies,” she said, referring to the social movement against the Marcos dictatorship and historical revisionism.Gonzaga’s feel-good interview with Marcos, which highlighted the “greatest lesson” he learned from his father, has drawn wide criticism, especially from Martial Law victims.

Notably, the Ateneo Martial Law Museum, in an open letter, criticized Gonzaga for helping spread propaganda and “whitewashing” the “disastrous effects” of the Marcos regime on the country. The group also invited Gonzaga to interview Martial Law victims, and offered to facilitate the encounter if she agrees. headtopics.com

“I’ve gotten messages asking, ‘Bakit tahimik ka sa issue?’” Gonzalez wrote on Friday. “As a friend, I choose to reach out privately and dialogue respectfully, instead of ‘call out’ publicly. Because for me, that is what a true friend would do.”Over the years, Gonzalez, Gonzaga, along with former “Pinoy Big Brother” host Mariel Rodriguez, have described their relationship as “sisters.” They have been part of each other’s personal milestones, from their respective weddings to becoming first-time mothers.

Rodriguez’s husband is former action star Robin Padilla, a known supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte. Gonzalez has openly criticized the Duterte administration.“Even family and friends can have different views,” Gonzalez said. “My friends know that my stand has always been #MarcosNotAHero, and I will continue to be vocal and share my stand.”

pic.twitter.com/VsjbJlE6OM— Bianca Gonzalez (@iamsuperbianca) September 17, 2021According to data from Task Force Detainees of the Philippines, at least 9,000 human rights violations were monitored during the Marcos regime.During the Martial Law era alone, at least 5,040 individuals were arrested or detained, 1,217 were victims of “salvage” or summary executions, 892 were massacred, and 352 disappeared, among other atrocities.

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Nkuha nya cguro ung kwento😂 Go where the money is🧳 Because Bianca is a brainy beautiful talent of ABS CBNunlike the prattling not even pretty but malakas lang ang loob na ewan kung bakit nabudol niyan si Director Dyogi. Sorry. I don’t mince my words pag sobrang di ko like yong palusot ng enabler ng manloloko sa bayan.Choose well.

After backlash over Marcos interview, Toni Gonzaga urged to speak to martial law victimsToo dull for that. Why is everybody punishing the son for the sins of the father? Martial Law Victims - How many times over the years have we heard of their stories and we listened? Books were written and we have read them. Movies and plays were done about it and we watched...there are even museums. Let people hear all sides. Magaling ang Pilinino!

‘Attempt at whitewashing?’ Martial Law Museum slams Toni Gonzaga over Marcos interviewMANILA, Philippines — “May we invite you to instead talk to the victims and surviving families of the Martial Law regime?” The Ateneo de Manila University’s Martial Law Museum offered this proposition to actress Toni Gonzaga as it criticized the latter’s interview with former senator Bongbong Marcos on her Toni Talks Youtube show. ADVERTISEMENT According to […] There’s a matter of public security, and this is all you got? Are we doing anything against the impending terrorist attack? What’s the government’s plan? Ugh! Tony should make a historical research first. She wasn’t born during that time? May karapatan siyang mag interview kahit sino gusto niya at pinapakita lang niya hindi siya bias,sabi nga ni Marco kung nagagawa mong magalit kaaway mo your doing a good job,don’t read it learn it.

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