Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Insta Scoop: Edu Manzano Defends Cruz Family from Netizens Criticizing Dance Tribute for Teejay




Images courtesy of Instagram: realedumanzano

66 comments:

  1. Daming pakialamera!

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    1. Si commenter number 2 yung parang byenan mo na mahadera, lahat pinapakealaman at may comment sya na feeling nya, sya lang yung laging tama at magaling.

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    2. Tapos lakas kumain sa handa pero daming hanash sa naghanda . Kafal ng mga fez

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    3. Typical Self-Righteous Born Again Christians.
      Pakialaman ninyo buhay niyo hindi yung pamilya ni Pip. #MgaBruha

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    4. For a person who has been through a lot of pain during his remaining days. His family is more grateful and happier to see him gone to a better place where he can no longer feel the pain.

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  2. ano ba problema nila sa pagsasayaw nila?! di ko magets eh. so anong gusto nila yung tipong naglulupasay yung family cruz sa floor, nagwa-walling ganern?! kaloka mga tao nowadays

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  3. "Para sa amin.."
    As if ginawa ng family nila yun para sa inyo.

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    1. Exactly its for their family. As if close sila ng pamilya

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    2. Exactly. Sarap sagutin ng “Para sa aming Cruz family, wala kang pakialam.” People need to mind their own business. My gosh!

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  4. Sana mawalan ng internet connection itong mga pakialamera na to!

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    1. Hahahaha! Mga tao talaga. Nakakaloka.

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    2. Hahahahaha agree!!!

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    3. korek. nakakapikon. ito yung isa sa worst types of “religious” people. yung mahilig mag-assume at manghusga. not to mention - sorry to say - sobrang shunga.

      paano naman nila nasabi na his family did not/is not grieving his death enough? hello? one short video clip lang feeling nila yun na yung buong reaction ng family and friends about their loved one’s passing? did they not see the sadness in the family’s eyes - especially the mom’s - in the photo of them posted online? itong post lang ni edu yung basis ng opinyon nila, at hindi yung posts nung family mismo even?

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  5. Parang mga walang modo mga commenters no? Di dapat kinakabitan ng internet yang mga yan. Basura ng www.

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  6. grabe ang netizens daming keme. let the family mourn the way they want.

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  7. mga commenter parang mga ewan lang. gusto ata nila yung tipong nagwawala kakaiyak, nanghihimatay, tapos puro hagul-hagol. iba-iba tayo ng ways to mourn and how to move on. nakakaloka tong mga taong to. me, i want my family to be like this. ayoko ng puro iyakan sa burol.

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  8. anu ba yan. iba iba tayo mag mourn no and pag cope.. bilib nga ako sa magulang ni TJ kasi nakakasayaw pa sila diyan at nakangiti pa! at may energy. kung ako niyan wala ako gana. im sure nag breakdown din sila esp the parents. wag na sana mag salita about them sa pag sayaw... yun na nga way nila mawala yung lungkot.

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  9. It's a tribute.. They're expressing their gratitude to the Lord sa time spent with TJ kahit short lang ito. They're not dancing for the sake of dancing. I think maybe it's also their way of coping with the loss.

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    1. TJ was a dancer, ur correct in saying that this is a tribute to TJ and to the Lord.

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  10. Tama si Edu. People mourn in different ways. Just because happy sila jan sa pic doesn't mean they're not crying inside. Mahal nila sa buhay ang nawala

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  11. pwede ba yung mga mahilig magcomment, wag sana kayong mamatayan. They are celebrating his life after death, e sa yun ang paniniwala nung Cruz family anong magagawa ninyo.

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  12. ako nga gusto ko bad romance by lady gaga pa tugtog tapos may confetti pa habang binababa sa hukay

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    1. Love it! Ako nga I want them to play that song "Is that all there is?" by Peggy Lee. Because that's how I generally feel about life and death. Parang "yung lang, tapos na?"

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  13. Grabe naman insensitive ng comment Maawa kayo sa pamilya, nakakatuwa nga yung nagsayaw sila eh. Grabe pagka righteous

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  14. Ewan ko ba sa inyong mga pakialamera kayo! Ang mga pinoy kilalang masayahing tao, kahit namomroblema o may pinagdaraanan nagagawa pa rin tumawa. Yung ibang lamay nga o kadalasan na mga napupuntahan may tawanan habang nagkukwentuhan lalo na kung nagto-throwback sila, minsan kasi reunion na ng angkan kapag may patay sa pamilya.

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    1. Don’t assume that everybody is like that. If you and your family are like that, fine. But don’t assume the “everybody” mourns like you do.

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  15. It was a celebration of life. People mourn/grieve in different ways. Sa wake nga ng auntie ko the kids even danced Bboom Bboom. Usually these events also serve as family reunions, and yes we cry, but we also share happy moments in between

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  16. Mas may class sumagot ng basger si Edu kesa kay Luis hehehe

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  17. Wow! The short clip of their dancing doesn't define how they are really mourning behind the camera. Have you seen their photos? They are smiling but you can see in their eyes, especially the mom, the pain they are going through. I'm no Christian, actually I'm not really religious but please I do hope everyone should be careful with their words. Think before you comment and post comments. They are already hurting and suggesting them how to mourn properly doesn't help at all.

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  18. Lahat na lang pinapakialaman ng mga Netizens. Di ba naisip nung dalawang nagcomment na may kanya-kanya tayong paraan to mourn or sadya lang talaga silang mga pakialamera and know-it-all kaya lahat na lang pinakikialaman nila?!

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  19. I'd rather my relatives dance when I pass away, rather than keep on crying from death till funeral. I would want them to find some semblance of positivity, and some outlet other than crying. Yes, they will cry, but I will not want them to cry too much. Tears are cleansing and they will mourn, but I would want them to find some kind of normalcy the soonest it's possible.

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  20. this could also be TJ's idea.. he wanted to be celebrated & he wanted his creator to be praised. I think thats admirable!

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  21. Hindi kasi usual yung ginawa nila pero obvious naman na it was done for a reason and with respect. I think mas bastos nga yung may gambling o inuman involved sa mga ganyang event na karaniwan ginagawa ng pinoy.

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    1. Hay ate truelaloo!! Etong celebration of life ang daming kuda pero pusta ko ung commenter nakikisugal sa lamay sa barangay!!

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  22. Hello mga pakialamera kahit sa burol may mga nagvivideoke na rin. Dito nga uso pa rin ang sereneta, may banda tuwing huling gabi ng burol at masasaya ang tugtog.Pero hindi ibig sabihin nun nagsasaya na.

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  23. Kung sino pa yung "Christian", sya pa yung hindi nakaintindi at nakialam.

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  24. THEY CHOSE TO CELEBRATE THE LIFE HE LIVED. THEY ARE THANKFUL TO GOD FOR ALLOWING THEM TO BE WITH TJ FOR 37 YRS. ANONG D MA GETS NG IBA DUN???????

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  25. Nakakaiyak naman talaga mamatayan. Pero kung alam mong kasama na nya si Lord at nagsasaya, hindi ba ito reason para hindi na mag mourn? Kung ganyan ang faith nila, respetuhin nalang. Ako man ay namatayan ng mahal sa buhay dahil sa cancer, ang dami kong iyak, pero nung hirap na sya sa sobrang sakit, mas ginusto ko pa kunin na sya ni Lord

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  26. ay si Charmaine galling bundok?? ngayon lng nakakita ng ganyan sa burol? marami na deng ganyan, mas ginugusto nila ipagdiwang yugn nagging buhay ng tao, dun sila naka focus.

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  27. Daming hanash ng mga di namatayan. Fyi mga pakialamera its their thing, mahilig silang magsayaw as family they just keep the tradition kc it will be the last time they can do it infront of tj. Kanya kanya yan ways wag nega kc for sure they suffer for a long time give them what they want to do.

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  28. Sa libing ng eldest sister ng asawa ko, may cake at colorful balloons. Lahat sila naka makulay na damit. To celebrate her life. Walang pakialamanan

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  29. Post ng mom ni TJ na TJ wanted a Dance Mob but he didn't get to do that. So, they did and mahilig sumayaw si TJ. And favorite worship song ni TJ yung song na ginamit nila.

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  30. Maybe it's how their family handles grief. Ang daming intrimitida sa buhay ng iba.

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  31. Kapatid ng pinoy ang salitang pakialamera. Lahat nalang pinakialaman.

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  32. Pagkaka taklesa lang mga feeling entitled netizens ...

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  33. Their son praises God thru dancing. Malamang ganun gagawing pag alala sa buhay niya. Ano ba kayong mga walang urbanidad.

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  34. Pa'no itong mga netizen na 'to nag-Google re: wake ni TJ, hoping na maiiyak sila. Mga naghahanap ng drama, pero sayawan ang tumambad. Mag-kdrama kasi kung gusto ng iyakan.

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  35. I actually cried watching this. It pulled my heart strings in a different way.

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  36. Meh, the family is just being ridiculous. Papansin pa rin even at Funeral. Ridiculous.

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    1. Ikaw ang ridiculous at papansin!

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    2. 4:10 you are ridiculous and not them. #fact 😂

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    3. 4:10ay I ask paano naging papansin eh private event yan. Isip isip naman oh.

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    4. Haha kahit kelan never naging papansin ang family nila. Sila nga ata isa sa mga low profile na showbiz family.

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    5. wala kang paki kasi baka ni request yan nung bago namatay yung si TJ. Dito sa amin may nag request nga na may mga sayawan at banda sa burol yun ang gusto nung taong namatay. Wala na kayong pakialam

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  37. Celebration of Life

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  38. I don't see anything wrong... to be honest I love how they celebrate the last day of funeral kasi it means they are at peace that their son is now in Lord's kingdom. Saka in a way it touched my heart gow strong they are in dealing with the loss.

    Ano ba gusto ng ibang commenter may walling at lupasay moment pa para masabi na nagluluksa sila? Wag naman ganun...

    Mga ibang pinoy kasi pa christian kuno pero ubod ng mahadera, pakialamera at assumera...

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  39. Kami nga, sa clan namin naging customary na that after the funeral, we gather together, kuwentuhan lang at tawanan, remembering yung good times with our dearly departed, exchanging stories and anecdotes. Kasi after nung mga iyakan, we need to feel na kahit papaano, magagaan ang loob namin bago kami magkahiwa-hiwalay. That's how I see yung ginawa ng pamilya ni Pip. Part with good memories lalu na mahilig palang sumayaw yung anak niya. Sana irespeto na lang yun.

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  40. Sa funeral nalang ng kamaganak nila iapply yung trip nila na maglupasay. Grabe ang mga taong ito akala mo may naicontribute sa pagpapagamot ni TJ.

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  41. Mind your pwn business people! Nakikitingin lang tyo sa ig’s ng mga celebrities d ibig sabihin makialam tyo!

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  42. Dapat sinabi ni ate commenter “Christian ako at MAPANGHUSGA AKO” Ang self-righteous ni ate!

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  43. Christians do not grieve over deaths. They celebrate it because we're home! Whatever grief we humans feel are part of our being human beings, but we are new creations now, we have been born again! We have the joy that we are going to be welcomed in heaven by God the father.

    Yes. I am a Christian who enjoys FP.

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    1. True! Our citizenship is in heaven!

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  44. Kung makacomment! Ung sugal at videoke sa mga lamay ang questionin niyo!

    Its a family affair. And they get to choose how to celebrate their son's life.

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  45. ang problema dito nakikialam kayo, kala ka close nung mga Cruz na namatayan. Bakit kaano ano ba nila itong commenter para sabihan ng ganyan.

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