Toni Gonzaga's controversial interview with Bongbong Marcos continues to spark conversations online, and netizens aren't the only ones voicing their opinion on the matter.
The Martial Law Museum published an open letter to Gonzaga, inviting her to sit down with martial law victims and their families instead.
"Your show has contributed to the Marcos family’s attempts to whitewash their human rights violations and its proven historical record. Marcos is a lying clout chaser, desperate to change public opinion about historical facts as he has neither history nor truth to his side," the statement read.
And as Gonzaga trended online, Cinema Centenario shared screengrabs from movies starring the TV host and actress, which netizens say are throwing shade towards her.
On Sept. 14, they tweeted a photo from the 2013 film Four Sisters and a Wedding, where Gonzaga's character is getting scolded by Bea Alonzo's character, Bobbie.
"Ang tanga lang." - Bobbie— Cinema Centenario (@PHCinema100) September 14, 2021
? Four Sisters and a Wedding, 2013 pic.twitter.com/kestMPIbqb
They also posted lines from another movie starring Gonzaga, Starting Over Again, where her character vented, "Bakit gano'n Gwen, and t*nga-t*nga natin?"
Filipinos were catching up to the references, commenting "I see what you did there," to the posts.