The Jalosjos siblings, Jon and Bullet, have recently opened up about the alleged rudeness and lack of respect they have experienced from people associated with the popular noontime show, Eat Bulaga. Eat Bulaga, produced by their father's company TAPE Inc., has been a staple in Philippine television for decades. However, since the transition of power within the company, issues have surfaced, and the Jalosjos siblings have decided to share their side of the story.

Jalosjos Siblings Speak Out About Treatment in Eat Bulaga
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According to Jon and Bullet, they have not received the respect they believe they deserve within the company. They claim that during corporate events and gatherings, they have not been introduced as part of the management of TAPE Inc. The siblings express feeling excluded and disrespected, stating that they were made to feel like they did not belong.

Bullet Jalosjos shared a specific incident involving their sister, Soraya, who was allegedly not given an ID upon entering the studio. He mentioned that she would cry because she was not treated as part of the team and had to eat with the security personnel instead of with the talents.

Jon Jalosjos also expressed his disappointment with the lack of recognition for his position in the company. Despite having worked with Eat Bulaga in the past, he claims that there is no acknowledgment of his current role. He even mentioned not being invited to the area where the talents eat, further emphasizing the perceived exclusion and disrespect.

The veteran hosts of Eat Bulaga, Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon, remained silent about the issues for some time. However, Tito Sen broke his silence after Bullet's interview with Boy Abunda. Tito Sen defended former TAPE CEO Tony Tuviera, stating that he was forced to retire and that the Jalosjos siblings wanted to make changes to the hosts and segments of the show. Tito Sen also revealed that Vic and Joey had allegedly not been receiving their talent fees for many years.

It is important to note that these claims and allegations are part of a larger internal conflict within Eat Bulaga and TAPE Inc. A previous article mentioned that Romy Jalosjos, the father of Jon and Bullet, reportedly wanted to oust Tony Tuviera, their business partner, along with the original hosts, Tito, Vic, and Joey (TVJ). The rumor suggested that Romy Jalosjos aimed to take over TAPE Inc. and replace the senior hosts with comedians Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Allan K. It was also mentioned that Romy Jalosjos wanted his daughter to replace Maine Mendoza.

In response to Bullet Jalosjos's interview, Boy Abunda shared Tony Tuviera's reaction. Tony chose to remain silent regarding the Eat Bulaga issue, and Boy Abunda respected his decision. Boy Abunda reached out to Tony and Mike Tuviera before conducting the interview, emphasizing his effort to gather all sides of the story.

As the situation unfolds, it remains to be seen how the internal conflict within Eat Bulaga and TAPE Inc. will be resolved. The differing accounts and allegations highlight the complexity of the situation and the need for open communication and understanding between all parties involved.

In conclusion, the Jalosjos siblings have revealed their grievances regarding the treatment they claim to have received from people associated with Eat Bulaga. Their statements shed light on the internal conflict within the show and the challenges faced during the transition of power within TAPE Inc. The situation calls for dialogue and resolution to ensure the smooth functioning of one of the country's longest-running television programs.



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