ABS-CBN actress Angel Locsin is being heavily criticized on social media for her controversial tweet during the megabuck bout, which is supposedly in reference to Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s skin color.
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The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry has announced recently that they are now accepting complaints in regards to delayed SMS messages and the often-complained quality of internet services in the country.
It seems Bandai Namco Games Project Manager Katsuhiro Harada has been enduring the barrage of Xana Dalisay spam longer than anyone thought. And when given the opportunity to blow some steam and curse a particular character, object or person, who did Harada call out? Yep, you guessed it, the Xana Dalisay spammer(s).
Here’s a list of those ship girls that sunk primarily in waters considered to be well within Philippine territory.
Miss-Xprimnt have been aware all along of the dramas surrounding Josie Rizal and her creation, Xana Dalisay. She renewed her appeal to stop all activities and spamming about Xana Dalisay’s Tekken appearance, once and for all.
CAN’T MOVE ON? – Never-heard-of minority group insists a never-heard-of character in Tekken 7 instead of Josie Rizal
Allow us to fill you in about the situation and as to why Xana Dalisay, the girl insisted by a bunch of nobodies to replace Josie Rizal in Tekken 7, has been universally panned as fancruft even by her creator.
The drama between fugitive Massive Gaming CEO Miguel Limon and its protesting employees continue as Massive Gaming’s HR division abandons the company as well, for fairly obvious reasons.
The infamous Gundam knockoff in Jed’s Island Resort in landlocked Calumpit, Bulacan province, has been turned into a 3D model for general use.
Namco-Bandai’s Katsuhiro Harada announced in Twitter the news that every fans hoped for; The National Commission for Culture and Arts will not meddle with Josie Rizal, and that she is safe.
Tekken fans all over the internet were sent panicking after Katsuhiro Harada’s statement of deleting Josie Rizal, this time under the so-called orders of the Philippine National Commission for Culture and Arts.