Former San Juan Vice Mayor and now Senator Jinggoy Estrada hits the incumbent mayor of San Juan, Mayor Francis Zamora in a Facebook live video.
Zamora allegedly blocked the mobile store initiated by Janella Estrada, Estrada’s daughter.
Estrada asked Zamora to stop playing politics as the country faces the COVID-19 crisis.
The video that went viral included Estrada repeatedly cursing at Zamora for what he did.
Ragingly, Estrada said, “Ihinto mo. Sige mayor ihinto mo. Tingnan natin. Pagkatapos ‘yung mga tindera ng palengke pinagsabihan mo na ‘wag sumama rito sa rolling store ni Janella. (Stop it. Go ahead, stop it. Let’s see. You also asked the market vendors not to join Janella’s rolling store.)”
“Talagang pinahihirapan mo eh no. Wala kang puso talaga eh no. Masyado mong pinupulitika (You really want to make things hard. You don’t have a heart. You are over-politicizing things.),” he added.
Zamora, according to Jinggoy Estrada, do not have to politicize things as he does not intend to return as San Juan’s Mayor.
Here’s the video:
San Juan City Mayor Zamora is one of the three new mayors of Metro Manila that toppled giants. The other two are Mayor Vico Sotto of Pasig City and Mayor Isko Moreno of Manila City. Estrada, on his video called out Zamora for being “bagong salta” or newbie”
“Pati ba naman tindera sa palengke pagbabawalan mo magbenta, wala na ngang hanapbuhay eh! Gusto mo pakainin mo sila lahat. Kaya mo bang pakainin ang 120,000 [residente] dito?… G*go. (Even the market vendors, you are forbidding to sell, they already don’t have livelihood! If you want, then feed them all. Can you feed the 120,000 residents here? Pr*ck),” he said.
The actor-politician challenged Zamora to reply through text or by posting on his wall.
He mused that instead of blocking the efforts, he should have thanked the Estradas for their efforts to help.