Arnell Ignacio thanks Aiko Melendez on thoughts about ‘mishandled’ opinions

Published November 6, 2020, 2:00 PM

by Neil Patrick Nepomuceno

Did Aiko Melendez throw shade at other celebrities on the issue of airheaded personalities?

On her Facebook Nov. 5, actress Aiko Melendez pointed out that discussions on political views should not lead to personal “low blows.”

Aiko’s full post:

“Lahat naman tayo me kanya kanyang opinion sa pulitika. Me kanya kanya paniniwala pero hindi kas iako sang ayon na mamersonal ka sa pagtira sa kapwa mo. Pwede kasi naman ang issue is about mishandling of some things. Pero para tawagin mo kalbo o panget o ano man kapintasan ng isang tao hindi tama…#justsaying Kung me maganda at maayos ka na rebuttal sabihin mo out loud pero wag ka manghamak ng tao… Nakakalungkot naman. Dito na papunta ang argumento ng isang bagay. Personalan… Lahat tayo ay me kalayaan sa pagpuna ng isang pagpapatakbo sa bayan pero pag nauwi sa personalan ang atake ano tawag dun?… Think before you click nga diba. Gather facts muna… There is no harm in asking…#lowblow”

Aiko, 44, did not mention any names in her post.

Thirty minutes later, Arnell Ignacio extended his thank you for Aiko.

Aiko Melendez

“Maria Kendra Melendez iba ka talaga maraming salamat,” said Arnell on Facebook.

Last Sunday, Nov. 1, Angelica Panganiban posted a cryptic tweet directed at the government, resulting in mixed opinions and views from netizens and even government officials like DOTR Assistant Secretary Goddes Hope Libiran and Arnell.

Arnell then mentioned about airheaded celebrities in a separate post apparently in response to Angelica’s comment.

Three days later, actress G Tongi who is based in the US tweeted a rather personal rebuttal that sparked a Facebook post from Aiko after Tongi called on Arnell to go easy with his comments about celebrities.

 
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