Robin Padilla, who is one of the PGT judges alongside Angel Locsin, Vice Ganda and Freddie Garcia, drew some flak online for “forcing” magician Kim Jiwan to speak Tagalog during his audition in last Saturday’s episode of the talent show’s newest season. File photo

Robin Padilla’s Facebook account canceled following tirades against Trillanes
Jan Milo Severo ( - September 10, 2018 - 4:17pm

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya actor Robin Padilla said his Facebook account was deactivated after he posted tirades against Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV.

Speaking with Arnold Clavio and Ali Sotto on the radio show "Super Radyo dzBB," Robin said he could no longer use his Facebook account after Trillanes said it was too noisy.

“Kasi po kinansel po ‘yung Facebook ko. Hindi ko na mahanap. Ano po kaya ang ire-report nila dun? Wala naman po akong bold du'n. Ang lahat po ng aking content ay tungkol po sa bayan," Robin said. 

Robin recently hosted a live broadcast on his Facebook account, challenging Trillanes to get out of the Senate and face the case. 

“Lumabas ka! Wag kang magtago sa saya ng Senado!” Robin said. 

He further said that Trillanes should submit himself and wait for the court’s decision.

At the end of the broadcast, Robin said Trillanes should go back to prison. While laughing, Robin said he will even send the senator a private massage.

Duterte gave Robin an absolute pardon in connection to his illegal possession of firearms case in 1994. 

For his part, the senator said Robin needs to grow up first before he can talk to him.

“Alam n’yo itong si Robin Padilla, ilang taon na ba ito? Bakit hindi ito tumanda? Hindi ito nag-mature? Para kang nasa high school eh. How will I take this guy seriously eh parang high school lang? You grow up.

‘Pag mature na siya, then he can talk to me, I’ll give him my full attention,” Trillanes said in a senate interview.

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