Despite all the pleas we see on social media to stop posting and commenting about the Vhong Navarro incident, we can’t help but extend the “agony” with a postscript, particularly on the reasons why this is such a compelling a story—not only for the entertainment press but for respected journos, intellectuals and legal experts.
Lawyer Harry Roque was right: only “Filipinos from Mars” don’t know about what happened to Vhong on the night of January 22.
And, who could keep one Teddy Boy Locsin from putting in his two cents , albeit in a hilarious tone. (After posing a volley of questions about the incident, he asks, “And finally, why must there be an ‘h’ in Vhong’s name?”)
The stuff of 'dreams'
This early, one can say that this should be the biggest showbiz story of the year, unless something more sensational, more absurd or more controversial crops up.
Not only is it the stuff of dreams for the controversy-driven entertainment media, it has a storyline so gripping as that not even aRead More »from Who's sick of the Vhong-Deniece-Cedric story? Not the media