Donnalyn Bartolome calls out Viva on the controversial Chiong Story: "I am so tired taking all the blame" - The Daily Sentry

Friday, July 20, 2018

Donnalyn Bartolome calls out Viva on the controversial Chiong Story: "I am so tired taking all the blame"



Donnalyn Bartolome (Photo from Google)  | Chiong Sisters (Photo from esquire)

Their own artist seems to have finally burst and turn against them.

In the controversial film, Jacqueline Comes Home (The Chiong Story), actress Donnalyn Bartolome plays the role of Marijoy Chiong, one of the sisters who was believed to have been kidnapped, raped, and murdered.

However, the film drew flak as netizens lashed at it for presenting the false side of the actual story instead of the version where the alleged suspect, Paco, is revealed to have been wrongly accused based on false testimony.


Not only did the film itself receive backlash, but even the actresses, Bartolome and Meg Imperial who played the main roles had to stand up and defend why they did what they did for the film.

Most of the netizens wondered whether the stars did their own research of the story, and if so, how they came up with the guts to be cast in the role when the lie about the whole story was overt.

And she’s had it.

Bartolome cracks and calls out her own agency, Viva, for placing her in a compromising situation.

The young actress disclosed that the ending of the movie was never revealed to them. Even when she did her own personal research on the story, Bartolome claims that her team led her to believe that there was a “surprise ending” that none of the cast knew about.

With full trust in the team, she made her claims about believing the film will unveil the truth behind the case of the Chiong sisters.

Now that social media hype has made the real accounts of the story surface through the documentary “Give Up Tomorrow”, Bartolome admits how she is so angry it makes her cry.

To add insult to injury, the very team that hid the truth from her also made the decision to upload the video of Bartolome claiming that Jacqueline Comes Home will reveal the truth about the Chiong sisters, a clip that received heavy backlash and criticized the actress’ supposed lack of initiative to do her own research.



A scene from the movie "Jacquiline comes home" (Photo from Chika Avenue)

“I am so tired taking all the blame tapos di niyo pa iningatan inupload niyo pa ito not thinking mamisunderstand ng mga tao. Dapat iningatan kami kung ayaw man sabihin saaming mga artista ang ending,” Bartolome wrote on her Facebook page.

The young celebrity made it clear that she is not the type of artist who complains a lot, but this time around she felt she had every right.


Her full post on Facebook reads:

Hindi ako reklamador na artista, kasi sino ba naman ako pero Viva Artists Agency pakiklaro po sa mga taong ito kung ano ang totoo. 

You can all say di ako nagresearch kahit I did but the team led me to believe na may surprise ending NA WALA SA MGA ARTISTA ANG NAKAKAALAM para macurious ang mga tao SAYING kung ano talaga nangyari kay Jacqueline. 

Naririnig ko pa sa team “you’ll know what happened to Jacqueline” Kahit di ako sure sa kung ano man yun, kesyo buhay or patay yung tao dahil si Mrs. Chiong ang source niyo(about what happened kay Jacqueline) I trusted the team. 

Akala ko sasabihin na dito ni Mrs. Chiong ano totoong nangyari kay Jacqueline. Nakakaiyak sa galit. Kaya nga may “I think” ako sa una when I said that. Pero hindi naman yun iiintindihin ng mga tao. 

I am so tired taking all the blame tapos di niyo pa iningatan inupload niyo pa ito not thinking mamisunderstand ng mga tao. Dapat iningatan kami kung ayaw man sabihin saaming mga artista ang ending. 

Ngayon yung “I think dito marereveal ang totoong nangyari kay Jacqueline” “I THOUGHT” nalang dahil pati kaming mga artista pinacurious sa ending na yan! Pare pareho lang tayo walang alam kahit nagresearch pa nakakaiyakkkkkkk 





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