Young Cebuana vlogger goes viral for cute shoutout to TV network
CEBU CITY, Philippines—For weeks people have been creating a buzz online because of the impending cancellation of the broadcast franchise of television network ABS-CBN.
ABS-CBN is one of the biggest TV networks in the country that has been creating hundreds of shows and has introduced thousands of artists to the Filipino people.
With that, solid Kapamilya fans are worried about the station’s fate.
Among those worried is this little vlogger from Pinamungajan town in southern Cebu. She is Nitch Macapobre, who is six years old.
In only three minutes and 40 seconds, Nitch aired out everything that she wanted to say just so ABS-CBN can continue staying on the airwaves.
Watch it here:
She started the video by saying, “Shoutout sa ABS-CBN,” followed by a question, “unsa ka tinoud ang chesmes nga March nalang mo kutob?”
(Shoutout to ABS-CBN, how true are the rumors that you’ll only be until this March?)
The young vlogger then continued airing out what she feels about if the TV station will permanently be shut down.
“Yes, tinood nga na stress ko sa inyong mga teleserye, pero it means nga nag subay jud ko taga gabii,” said Ntich.
(Yes, it’s true that I’m stressed with your telesrye, but that just means that I follow your shows every night.)
She worries about what will happen with her top ABS-CBN primetime leading men, who are Cardo (Probinsyano), Gabo (Make It With You), and Chico (Pamilya Ko).
“Ay kog ingna nga mo balhin nalang sad ko sa Kapuso. Una sa tanan, si Jessica ra akong na ilhan, no offense mga taga GMA,” said Nitch.
(Don’t tell me I have to transfer to being a Kapuso. First of all, it’s only Jessica who I know, no offense to those in GMA.)
Actually, all Nitch had to do was to internalize and read the script written by her mother, Christine Fajardo.
“Actually about sa ABS.. nahunahunaan rasad jud to kay trending biya permi nga mao na ma shutdown so namasin lang sad me nga daghan pud mo tan aw,” said Christine.
(Actually, about ABS.. We just thought about it because it is trending due to the shutdown issues so we were just hoping a lot would watch the video.)
Well, a lot did watch the video uploaded on February 16, 2020. As of Monday, February 17, the video has already had 1.4 million views on Facebook and 13,000 views on YouTube.
Now let’s hope for the best, Nitch! /bmjo
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