Ogie Diaz slams Sass Sasot for taking issue with how Robredo helped daughter settle in Harvard

In a Tweet on June 21, pro-Duterte blogger and scholar Sass Rogando Sasot slammed Vice President Leni Robredo for helping her eldest daughter even when she is already 29 years old.

“Aika is 29 yo. Bakit kailangan niya ng help to settle down sa Harvard? Ano siya kaka-18 lang? Para-paraan si Leni!” Sasot tweeted.
However, Talent manager and comedian actor Ogie Diaz defended the vice President on his official Facebook account, Ogie Diaz shot back at Sasot for bashing Robredo.

Read his post below:

“Sass, musta relasyon mo sa nanay mo, ok naman ba? Paluin kaya kita sa pwet para maramdaman mong may namamalo ring nanay?

“Kahit anong gawin ni Robredo, mali sa mga taong katulad mo, kaya hindi nakapagtatakang pairalin mo din ang kakitiran ng utak mo.

“Itong pagpapakananay ni Robredo, mali sa yo? So ano ang tama? Ang paraan ng pagpapalaki ng nanay mo sa yo?


Sasot’s post came after Robredo took to Facebook to narrate how she spent her days in the US, which included helping Aika “settle in” tat her apartment inside the Harvard campus. As she said, she was a “full-time mother once again” and spent some of her time visiting the campus and the spots she and her late husband, former Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo, used to visit 19 years ago.

Read the post of Robredo below:

“I had a speaking engagement in LA during the weekend and decided to fly to Boston right after to help Aika settle in. It was a very hectic two days for both of us as we fixed and cleaned her apartment inside the campus.

“Except for a meeting with United Way Foundation this afternoon to explore a possible partnership with our Angat Buhay program, I was a full-time mother once again. During a short lull this afternoon, we went around the campus and visited our old haunts from 19 years ago when we lived here. We also visited Martin Luther King, Jr.Elementary School which she attended when she was in 5th Grade.

“Tonight, we were lucky to join a potluck dinner among Filipinos in Harvard. In a few hours, am flying back home comforted by the thought that Aika will be in very good company.

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