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Friday, September 2, 2016

Tweet Scoop: PDEA Estimates Number of Celebrities Allegedly Involved in Drugs

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65 comments:

  1. I'm sure mas madami pa sa 20-30 yan. Pinagtatakpan lang yung iba.

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  2. obvious naman. no exemption.

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    1. Eh baka walang pambili yung iba dahil walang projects.

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    2. Mismo! 30 lang! Kalokohan

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    3. Yan yung mga involved mismo sa drug trade, hindi basta plain user lang.

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  4. Pangalanan na yan!

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  5. Yung mga laos na yan un mga sikat d ilalabas yan

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  6. Guesstimate even. There's no dearth of idiots and incompetent in dutertes government, as are rabid followers with pea-sized brain with no college degree! Hahahha.

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    1. Tinagalog mo na lang sana para naman di lumabas na pea size English (grammar and vocabulary) lang ang alam mo.

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    2. 12:40AM I wonder which is worse, pea-sized brain of the followers or melon-sized brain filled with carbon dioxide (yours).

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    3. sampal ko kaya sau ang masters at PhD abroad q sau!
      no degree your face!

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  7. Ang konti naman yata.. Hmmm

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  8. i bulgar na yan..ano kayo espesyal?

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  9. ano gagawin sa positive?

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    1. wala lang name shaming lang at least para tumino mahiya naman daw yan mga yan.

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  10. We want names! Maganda si Pres Duterte mag announce tapos sasabihin niya 'sino yun?' kasi di niya kilala yung artista hahaha

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    1. Gusto ko marinig si DU30 magsabi ng "da who?" LOL.

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    2. Hahaha o kaya "zino itey na mga utaw?"

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    3. Bwahahahha tawa much me Sa da who na artista

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  11. Kung pushers Okay lang na i expose pero kung users lang at hinde namirwisyo kahit sinu bakit kailangang i expose!? Bat di na lang kausapin? Grabeh naman!

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    1. Anong user lang?ni lalang mo ang user?same pa din un drug addict sila.bakit takot ka i-expose?anong kina grabe dun?!

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    2. 1:39AM Bakit kelangan may special treatment? Dahil artista sila?

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    3. Sa totoo lang. Lalo naman at hindi public servant. Wag na lang. Yung mga pusher na lang ang hiyain ng todo todo.

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    4. eh kasi kung walang user wala din sana supplier ganoin!

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  12. Special treatment kasi mga artista. Alam na!

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  13. Possibly?? Where are the legit evidence? Don't tell me it's just some names on a list. Where are the real evidence. Unless there's evidence of wrongdoing including a positive drug test, everything is hearsay and an allegation. That's it. Nothing else. I hope they take this seriously before they destroy ppl's lives and careers.

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    1. Those lists are verified. They are not dumb to just base findings on hearsay.

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    2. If I were these actors, unahan na nila and go for drug test the soonest. Just in case their names are in the list, mapahiya ang mahilig mag name and shame na gobyerno.

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    3. 2:23 what is the point of exposing the users names in public other than public shaming!? Whatever happened to right to privacy, no such thing in the Philippines!?

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    4. What are the offenses of these people aside from using drugs? If they are users and not pushers, why should they be named?

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    5. name shaming para mahiya at tumino naman sila at nega yun sa image nila as artist walang producers na kukuha s knila for projects. pag kasi walang user walang supplier at wala din drug lords gets nio!

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    6. sus may nangunguna na, kaso qualitative lng (+/-) result lng. napwedeng di na mabasa after 4 days after gumamit. unlike quantitative, na numbers ang result. 0 syempre ang normal. 3 weeks na nakaraan mula nun bumatak, mababasa pa. mga artista talaga kayo.

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  14. Wow. So this is what the president is putting all his energy on? Celebrities who are allegedly taking drugs? Seriously? I wouldn't want to live there if people are all up on my business like that and in a public forum. My gosh, they don't even invade something that private for the celebrities here in the US. Whatever happened to having rights? Whether they're taking drugs or not, that's nobody else's business and definitely not the President's. Doesn't he have more serious things to deal with instead of having everyone tested for drugs? What is he going to do? Kill all the celebrities too? Asides this drug issue, what else is he doing for the country asides having ppl killed? Are the majority of ppl still poor? Has the economy gotten better? Why not just have all citizens get tested. I bet there are more regular citizens taking drugs than celebrities.

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    1. 2:11, finally, someone with sense is talking here. In the beginning, I was made to believe that govt was only after pushers. Now they are also after users. When clearly, the PNP chief says most of the drugs coming into the Phil are coming from China and Taiwan. Instead of killing thousands of Filipinos due to these drugs, why not go to the root and cut the sources of these illegal substances? Makes me wonder, when are these killings gonna stop, if nothing has been done to the roots.

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    2. Do you even watch the news? I think he has done more work in a span of a month compared to other presidents. You may want to wait a few months to see the changes that you're looking for in terms of poverty & the economy. Do not compare Pinas and the U.S., coz it's stupid to do that. Oh and by the way, I'm from Canada and I can't wait to go back and enjoy a drug-less Philippines.

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    3. Dami mo pa sinabi ang point mo lang naman eh nasa US ka. At wala ka naman dito so wala ka alam sa mga nangyayari.

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    4. Young people look up to those celebrities at duon sila kumikita sa public adulation na yun kaya kelangan i-expose kung sino ang di dapat tularan. Ang self-entitlement talaga ng mga celebs nato, over the top... GUsto nyo nila exempted sila sa lahat ng bagay just because sikat sila.

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    5. "Whether they're taking drugs or not, that's nobody else's business and definitely not the President's."

      Illegal drugs.

      You're stupid and most likely an addict too!

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    6. wow. you are wow. privacy, rights, on drugs? what kind of serious do you want? you bet really? weirdo

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    7. Simply put, 1. the root source of these illegal substances is already in jail (bilibid), how can you arrest someone who's already been arrested. 2. if not, the root source of these illegal substances, for obvious reason doesn't possess them- they do not do the transactions themselves, how can you arrest someone who you can't find evidence on. Slowly we will get there!

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    8. 2:11AM Oh, how misinformed you are. Just because this is the only news YOU saw, you automatically assume that this is the only thing Duterte is putting his energy on.
      Also, the moment you said "here in the US", your statement lost its relevance. Stop thinking the US is all great and the "peg" of all other countries okay??

      Next, a little knock to your head to release some sense and logic. Will there be pushers if there are no buyers? So stop saying being a user is nobody else's business. In this fight against drugs, it's important to stop all pushers and users.

      Lastly, yes he is dealing with other more important stuff. Just that these aren't the focus of the media. Therefore people such as yourself are misled into thinking that nothing else is being done for this country.

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    9. Tama si Anon 5:38. At least ngayon may aksyon na ginagawa ang gobyerno. Madugo man pero yun ang kailangan ng Pilipinas ngayon. At nakita ko sa news kahapon na at last inaayos na yung riles ng mrt.

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    10. Point is, choice ng tao to use drugs,for as long as he is not hurting anybody. Porket galit si Digong sa drugs, papatayin na yung tao? Who is this president to put the life of a person in his hands? Dont give me the crap na buti pa si Duterte, madaming nagawa in 2 months, puede ba, we are talking about lives here. Mangyari niyan, last man standing na lang sa Pinas. Pinoy, patayin kapwa pinoy. Matira matibay. Para lang pumapatay ng lamok ah. Sige lang, kung ganun ang paniniwala nyo sa poon nyo, blood in your hands. Patulugin sana kayo ng konsyensya nyo. A drug user is still a human being just like all of us.

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    11. Firstly, I'm not an addict. Secondly, just because I live in the US doesn't mean I don't know anything about what's going on there. I still keep up with what's going on and I have family there. Thirdly, everyone still have rights and a right to privacy no matter the country. What I'm saying is they're not going after the root of the problem. Where are the drugs coming from? Are they prosecuting and killing the ppl who are from overseas and are bringing the drugs there? NO. Why? Because if they do, that's one thing they can't handle so they go for their own citizens. I don't think Duterte and the police can handle having to deal with international affairs if they mess with the foreigners who bring the drugs there. Imagine the international trouble if they killed a foreign drug pusher? And as for the ppl who say he did so much in a couple of months, what exactly did he do asides get a lot of ppl killed? You think foreign investors will want to bring their business there knowing what's going on in the country and that it's being ran by someone who's maniacal and uses violence to get what he wants? I don't think so. So what does that do for the country? You think the economy will get better that way? I say this not because I'm all for drugs or I'm an addict, I've worked with patients who have an illness and that's addiction. Does that mean they deserve to get killed and shamed publicly because of an illness? I don't think so. That's why there are places like rehab, not violence and resorting to public shaming. If any of you had loved ones going through something so hard, would you wanna see your loved one risk getting killed on the hands of someone else? Also, if the President is so adamant on getting rid of drugs, why not get rid of cigarettes too?? It poses a threat to one's self and is more highly addictive than some drugs out there. What Duterte is is a wannabe Marcos and we all know how that went...

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    12. Seriously? Di nyo naisip na yun ibang pinapatay, pwedeng pusher vs. pusher? Or yun member ng sindikato na pwedeng kumanta? Lahat, si duterte may kasalanan? Di pwedeng natataranta na yun mga sindikato? Tapos pinapalabas nila na yung "matitinong" pulis yun pumatay? Ganun kababaw yun pagiisip? Di pwede tignan yun other side ng story? Sa lugar namin, ganyan ang ngyayari. Di kami takot kasi di kami involved sa illegal drug trade na yan.

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    13. I agree with everything you said 3:13 sadly, madaming makitid ang utak. bandwagonners. sunod lang kung anong nangyayari sa paligid, di na ginagamit ang sariling pag-iisip

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    14. can you pls stop babbling about US, foreign investors, international etc.. love for the country is at an all time high.. it's all because of duterte

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    15. well said! hulihin kung may evidence hindi yun sinisira pagkatao dami dapat ayusin puro patayan grabe na..

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    16. Wag mo na ipaglaban 2:11! When you do something ILLEGAL regardless whether you do it in public or in the privacy of your home it is still ILLEGAL! So if i kill you inside my house is that acceptable already? If you do something illegal be ready to face the consequences. And besides the street crimes are being done by users and not pushers or drug lords! So they all deserve to be shamed!

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    17. Bahala kayo dyan. Basta ako. Napasaya ako ni 8:06

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    18. 2:11 AM. This move clearly shows that Pres. Duterte's anti-drug crusade is not choosing anyone regardless of status or place in the society. We should also care about these 20 - 30 celebrities who are involved in illegal drug activities. We never know. Maybe half of these 20 - 30 are projecting a wholesome image the Pinoy masses loved. Baka nga ilan pa sa mga ito e mga inaakala nating good role models for the youth.

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  15. obviously you are a 100 percent hater 2:11. Base on you're comment, you know nothing and yet you think like you know everything, that is very dangerous dear.
    That's what majority of Filipino people want, that is why duterte got elected. Sorry dear Majority rule! also U.S government is different to Philippines, So don't compare the two. Didn't you know that drugs ruin so much lives? I hope you know that! Drug users perhaps like you, should be more thankful because you have reasons now to stop and change your lives for the better. I hope you have time to read informative stuff too.. lol

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    1. Agree 5:34am! Iba ang US sa Phils. Don't compare 2:11! Look at the celebs in the US, may mag namamatay either drug overdose, daming nasasayang na buhay tapos gov't nila wala man lang magawa to put a real stop on it!

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  16. Spare them if they are just users they don't use public's funds

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  17. "Parang cellphone yan?" Why do these creatures always make fun of something serious???

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  18. gustong gusto ko ang public shaming para matauhan hahaha.. Ikaw ang presidente ko DU30.. walang tatalo parang Alaska hehe bye bitterheads, yeloowtards and the rest of the Nega vibes

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  19. gustong gusto k ang war on drugs.. to make my kids SAFE and happy and they will live life with drug-free environment.. Kudos to you President Dutertte

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