Angel Locsin is in the middle of yet another storm. While a lot of people lauded her impending return to La Luna Sangre, some Kathniels were willing to commit extrajudicial killings to prevent this from happening.
I’ve written about this before but Kathniels are one force to reckon with. They are collectively the fans of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, stars of La Luna Sangre. They’re so many that I once said they can stage a coup d’ etat.
Some of these Kathniels are up in arms about Angel returning to the teleserye, thinking that her presence will steal the thunder from their idols. In fact, some of their social-media posts are shocking, bordering on grave and malicious threats.
To one irate Kathniel fan, Angel calmly responded on Twitter: “Nung pilot super thank you ka sa akin for supporting [KathNiel], ba’t galit na galit ka ngayon? Lahat ba nang artistang makakasama nila iba-bash mo?”
Angel also clarified that she just joined the show as an actress and booting Kathryn and Daniel, or at least stealing the spotlight from them, is the last thing in her mind. She also said she was just invited by production to grace the show, although a little birdie told me Angel is very much a major character in the show (It was Angel who actually starred in both shows that preceded La Luna Sangre).
Anyway, Angel wants to move on and concentrate on her contribution to La Luna Sangre and her upcoming projects, one of which is a movie with Richard Gutierrez and Angelica Panganiban.
Good for you, Angel, that you weren’t miffed by this issue.
FOR fans out there: boxing powerhouses unleas their might this coming weekend as SKY Sports Pay Per View broadcasts live, commercial-free, and in high definition Pinoy Pride 42: Clash for Glory on September 16, plus Supremacy: Canelo vs. Golovkin on September 17.
Milan “El Metodico” Melindo, fresh from his championship fight against Japan’s Akira Yaegashi for the IBF world flyweight belt, will defend his title against IBO world light flyweight champion Hekkie “The Hexecutioner” Budler from South Africa on Saturday, 6 pm, at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino. Melindo (36-2-0, 13 KO) is on a winning streak after besting his past four opponents, including Yaegashi earlier this year.
In the other corner, Budler (31-2-0, 10 KO) won the IBO world light flyweight belt also earlier this year, against Filipino boxer Joey Canoy. He is currently 6th in the WBC and IBF light flyweight division.
SKY Sports PPV offers The Definitive Boxing weekend bundle for only P249. Subscribers can also get these two fights individually with Pinoy Pride at P99 and Supremacy at P199.
Pinoy Pride 42 is also available on ABS-CBN on September 17 at 3 pm, with a same-day prime-time telecast on S+A at 6:30 pm.