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HEADS UP: Why Toni’s Interview with Bongbong Angered Netizens (Sept. 20)

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by The reportr team
Sep 19, 2021
Photo/s: Screen Grab: Toni Talks


  • Toni Gonzaga’s interview with Bongbong Marcos was met with so much anger from netizens, especially from millennials and Gen Z. Here’s why they reacted that way.


  • Apple has recently unveiled its iPhone 13 line, sending many Filipinos scrambling to get a hold of the new phones. Why is the brand so popular among users?


  • Sen. Manny Pacquiao formally declared his intention to run for president in the 2022 elections after accepting the nomination of his partymates in PDP-Laban.
  • While Vice President Leni Robredo has yet to firm up her plans for next year’s elections, she said she was ready to run for president if she was chosen as the opposition’s unity candidate.


  • The Philippines on Sunday recorded 19,271 new COVID-19 cases as Metro Manila entered its first full week under the new, alert-based quarantine classification.
  • As the government raised its herd immunity target of up to 90% of the population vaccinated by early 2022, the country received over one million doses of COVID-19 jabs.
  • The U.S. is set to ship 2.58 million additional doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to the Philippines.
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  • Metro Manila residents are allowed to travel to Boracay despite being under an Alert Level 4 status. Here’s how you can do it.
  • Are you living in a condo? Your entire floor may be put under lockdown if one tenant tests positive for COVID-19.
  • Heads up, motorists. Number coding remains suspended in Metro Manila, except Makati City, under Alert Level 4.
  • Here’s the list of countries and their corresponding travel classification effective from Sept. 19 to 30.


  • Former DSWD Sec. Dinky Soliman has passed away at the age of 68.
  • After figuring in a controversy involving revered Kalinga tattoo artist Whang-Od, Nas Academy said it would offer Filipinos free community classes.
  • Online kopyahan? Teachers are urging authorities to look into Facebook groups that have allowed students to cheat.
  • The prestigious Emmy Awards will hold its physical ceremonies today after it went virtual last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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