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Former Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile spent Friday, September 17th, a few minutes tinkering with his Facebook account while celebrating their 64th wedding anniversary with his wife Cristina in order to defend the celebrity vlogger Toni Gonzaga from social media bashers.

Enrile, now 97, regretted Gonzaga as she bravely fended off critics who abused her and showed an interview with former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in her vlog n while the nation remembers the day his father declared martial law 9/21/1972.

“Poor Toni Gonzaga. She is a victim of prejudice – people who took undeserved recognition and benefits for the so-called people power revolution of 1986, “wrote Enrile.

He added,” They were ignorant of the real facts. They act on the basis of what they have heard or imagined. ”

As Defense Minister at the time, it was known that Enrile had planned martial law with Marcos in order to save“ the Republic ”from the clutches of communist rule.

But 14 years later, he split from Marcos to start the People Power Revolution in 1986 that led to the collapse of the Martial Law President’s government. Gonzaga recently published her vlog “The Greatest Lesson Bongbong Marcos Learned from his Father” and initially drew the ire of a large number of critics, many of whom accused her of helping young Marcos’ next political bid in the 2022 elections.

The sharpest criticism came from political activists, most of them staunch critics of the Marcos dictatorship.

However, many were annoyed by the time the interview was published, which was between the strong man’s 111th birthday and took place on the 48th anniversary of martial law in the country.

Gonzaga appeared to have turned the tide on critics, especially after posting a response supported by fans and non-fans alike.

“I have one Reached the point in my life where I realized that the perception of other people is no longer my responsibility … I have the feeling that I am no longer need to explain, prove, defend and hide. “She said.

The former ABS-CBN star added,” Because I have nothing to hide, I have nothing to defend, I have nothing to prove, I don’t have to explain to anyone because I know who I am in. “