GMA Network broadcast journalist Raffy Tima still seems to bear a grudge against President Rodrigo Duterte for catcalling his wife when he was still open to giving press conferences.
On Friday (July 1), Tima posted photos on Facebook showing how clear the northbound lane of Edsa somewhere in Cubao at around 9:35 a.m.
For motorists puzzled as to how the thoroughfare became clear on such a busy hour, the journalist offered this explanation: “Change has come? Not really. Traffic got held up for the presidential convoy from Ortigas en route to Camp Crame.”
Duterte had to be in Camp Crame that day for the turnover ceremonies of the Philippine National Police.
Last June, the GMA Network broadcaster published a scathing Facebook post calling the President out for catcalling his wife, fellow reporter and news anchor Mariz Umali, in a press conference aired live on TV.
In a Facebook post titled “Catcalling My Wife Is Wrong In So Many Levels,” Tima said mocking women was no laughing matter.
Some netizens could not help but sense Tima’s strong emotions towards Duterte.