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Pastor Apollo Quiboloy asked something to Bro. Eddie Villanueva about the airing of It’s Showtime on A2Z Channel


Pastor Apollo Quiboloy seems like take a swipe again against Vice Ganda.



Due to the Zoe 11-ABS-CBN partnership, Eddie Villanueva’s television station is now called A2Z.

This is the new home of the Kapamilya Network programs.



Quiboloy is the host of Give Us This Day which airs on SMNI from Monday to Friday.


In the October 9 telecast of his program, a viewer asked for his reaction about the airing of It’s Showtime on a television station owned by a religious community.



“Okey lang po ba na ipalabas sa TV o i-tolerate ang h0m0s3’xual activity ni Vice Ganda sa isang religious TV Channel?” the concerned viewer asked Quiboloy.

“Tanungin natin si Bro. Eddie Villanueva kung ano ang masasabi niya rito,”  Quiboloy replied.



To recall, Quiboloy had an issue with Vice Ganda (November 2019) because of It’s Showtime host‘s challenge for the religious leader to stop traffic at EDSA, as well as Coco Martin’s primetime action-drama series Ang Probinsyano.




“Kasi kung lalabas diyan si Vice Ganda o ang ABS-CBN, may mga show na ganyan, ito-tolerate ba ng isang nagmamay-ari, ng isang religious leader, nagmamay-ari ng isang istasyon na papayagan ba niyang yan ay ipalabas sa kanya na parang you are espousing h0m0s3’xuality which is against the faith that you are preaching?” he quipped.



“Sa kanya natin iyon itanong.”

When he repeated the viewer’s question, only Bro. Eddie can answer this.



“Ako, alam n’yo na ang sagot ko,”

It’s Showtime aired live this Saturday, October 10, on A2Z.



All the hosts were very happy to return to the free television of their program so Vice Ganda thanked Bro. Eddie and the executives of ABS-CBN.



It seems like Quiboloy is still against the airing of Its Showtime on free TV.



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