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It is public knowledge that Media Personality MP is quite a character. Observers believe that her strong personality is an asset to her work, but only if she will not overdo it.
Long before MP took a long, forced hiatus, the image she had projected is already set to the news-watching public.
Observers quipped that during her heyday, MPs attitude was at its worst. Insiders witnessed how she acted as if she was above anyone, particularly referring to comparison with colleagues from rival networks. During her many coverages, just so she could out-scoop them all, colleagues were aghast at MP's high and mighty, feeling privileged demeanor often bordering on brazenness.
Allegedly, such attitude also incurred the ire of even her colleagues in the network, believing herself that the she could always get away with anything, falsely banking on the supposedly good graces of her bosses. Nothing can be farther from the truth, as her circumstances proved later on.
MP's resurrection had thus people believed that she would be a more gracious person, especially in her public appearances. But lo and behold, nothing has changed at all. As always, you can't teach old dog new tricks.
In her recent coverage taken at a university, students reportedly complained about MP's interviews done without notice. What's worse, she did it really rude, ambush style, that the parents complained how it was such possible that some reporter can just barge in at the university premises. The complaint of the enraged parents and students was reportedly lodged in at the network news department.
Then and now, MP's notoriety seems to be subject of complaint, whether in and out of her work. Looks like this overrated news presenter badly needs a course or two on personality development and work ethics. That is if she wants to stay a little longer in the business.
" Talent is a dime a dozen. Work ethic + talent is the formula." ~ Unknown
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