Hours after former politician and Kapamilya columnist Teddy Boy Locsin lambasted his “Italian accent” on Dolce Amore, Fil-Italian star Matteo Guidicelli responded to the former’s remark via his social media account.
The incident started after Locsin commented on ABS-CBN
reporter Lynda Jumilia’s tweet saying that he dislikes another actor who is
“pretending to be Italian” on the primetime serye starring Liza Soberano and
Even though a lot criticized Locsin for the comment, Guidicelli kept his cool all through out.
At one point, even the show’s writer Mark Angos joined the fray and poked fun of Locsin’s comment while alluding to the latter’s recent remark about Tagalog being a “useless tongue for debate.”
Guidicelli even shrugged off Locsin’s comment for him to “work” on his accent or “drop it.” Guidicelli even called Locsin his “idol.”
In the end, Locsin himself apologized to Guidicielli for his comment.