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‘Ang bakla, pag nakainom, nagiging lalake din?’ Ogie Diaz has this to say 

Ogie Diaz shares his thoughts about the matter on social media. 

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01/10/2021 01:37 PM
‘Ang bakla, pag nakainom, nagiging lalake din?’ Ogie Diaz has this to say 
Photo credit: @ogie_diaz Instagram

Ogie Diaz took to social media to share his two cents regarding Makati City police chief Col. Harold Depositar's remark in relation to the case of flight attendant Christine Dacera.

Gregorio de Guzman, one of the suspects tagged in the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera, called the accusations against him as "absurd" as he stressed that he is not sexually attracted to women and that he is gay. 

Following this remark from Gregorio, police chief Col. Harold made a statement on Tuesday, July 5, saying, “Lalaki pa din sila. May instinct ‘yan and… you know, lalo na if you’re under the influence of intoxicating alcohol, and kung may presence of drugs pa — lalo na."


The police chief's statement received various reactions online. While some groups tagged it as "insensitive," others tagged Ogie, who is openly gay and who has a wife, as supposed example of a gay man who can be sexually intimate with a woman.

In response, Ogie said on Facebook: "Bakit ako ang ginagawang sampol sa 'Ang bakla, pag nakainom, nagiging lalake din?' Una, kahit itanong nyo sa misis ko, hindi ako umiinom ng nakalalasing na inumin. At ginawa namin ang aming limang anak nang hindi ako lasing. Pero totoo sa akin 'yung when it comes to intimacy kineso eh para din akong straight barako. Pero after cumming to town, titikwas na naman ang mga daliri ko.

The comedian then wrote a message  for the police. 

"Saka sa mga kapulisan natin, husayan na lang po natin ang imbestigasyon. Hanapin na lang po natin ang katotohanan at tulungan nyo na lang po ang pamilya ng biktima at mga sangkot na makamit ang hustisya sa maintrigang pagkamatay ng flight attendant," Ogie wrote. 

"Bumabagsak na po ang morale ng mga kapulisan dahil sa maling opinyon at baluktot na katapangan ng ilan. Dapat pag pulis ang pinag-uusapan, kasunod nang deskripsyon diyan ay proteksyon at seguridad — hindi takot at pangamba. Pwede naman nating iangat ang dignidad at integridad ng kapulisan eh. Pero nagsisimula yan sa kanilang hanay, pupuri lang kami kung may kapuri-puri,” he added. 

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“Teka. Ba’t napunta na sa pulis ang usapan? So yun nga, mahusay din po ako in bed, charot,” he concluded.

Ogie has five daughters with partner Georgette Del Rosario.