Show producer Wilbert Tolentino has filed a report to the Bureau of Immigration to issue a travel ban against Thai online sensation Mader Sitang. This is after the popular transgender dancer allegedly declined to honor their agreement and demanded more payment from him when he arrived in Thailand for a contract signing last November 6.
Mader Sitang was supposed to ink an endorsement contract with Wilbert for a perfume and beauty products line.
"Nag-report na po ako sa immigration po, so as long as may report ako sa kanila at meron akong katibayan so i-blo-block-list po [siya] kasi hindi po natin pwede gamitin ang persona non-grata because it's for president lang, for politics lang. Hindi na rin siya makakapasok sa Pilipinas unless na i-li-lift ko," he said in an interview with ABS-CBN News.
Wilbert also said he lost 20 million pesos because of what happened but he no longer plans to pursue the Thai online celebrity and has decided to move on.
He revealed that Mader Sitang actually called him to apologize. “Actually nanghingi siya ng sorry, hindi ko na inano eh at tsaka marami na talaga ang nag-unfollow sa kanya nong nalaman na ang nangyari,” he said.
Mader Sitang visited Manila last October and Wilbert acted as her manager for her series of guestings and appearances in the country.