PAMI releases official statement about Angeli's resignation

Part of PAMI's official statement regarding Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano's says, "It has been over two weeks of non-stop statements from Ms. Valencianoabout her resignation from PAMI, on print media, television, and textmessages, but has not given PAMI the courtesy of sending her formalresignation letter."

Pormal na inilabas ngayong hapon, February 22, ng PAMI (Professional Artists Managers Inc.) ang official statement nila tungkol sa resignation ni Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano bilang miyembro ng kanilang organisasyon.

Nagdesisyon ang PAMI na maglabas ng statement dahil hanggang ngayon, hindi pa ipinadadala ni Angeli ang resignation letter nito pero patuloy ang pagpapa-interview niya tungkol sa kanyang pagbibitiw.

Ito ang kabuuan ng official statement ng PAMI:

Members of the Professional Artists Managers, Inc. had a meeting last February 5, 2007 where its President, Ms. June Torrejon-Rufino informed the body at that meeting that PAMI member, Ms. Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano, has expressed her desire to resign from PAMI as early as November 16, 2006 through a text message saying "...Lolit (Solis) said I am the manager with the dirtiest tactics in the country in Mo Twister's show. Sigh. I wanna quit na talaga. Ayoko na..." It was never formalized by Ms. Valenciano. Again, prior to the February 5th PAMI meeting, Ms. Valenciano expressed the same sentiment through a text message to Ms. Rufino adding that her resignation letter is ready and will be sent Friday of that week.

None of the members present during the PAMI meeting raised any objections to Ms. Valenciano's resignation from PAMI, and thus, agreed to await the resignation letter of Ms. Valenciano, which she claimed was forthcoming, and shall in turn be formally accepted.

Since then, Ms. Valenciano, has been on a media blitz explaining her various reasons on why she is resigning from PAMI and again stating that her resignation letter will be sent to PAMI to formalize her decision.

PAMI has not responded to Ms. Valenciano's issues as we deemed it appropriate to wait for Ms. Valenciano's resignation letter as agreed during the last PAMI meeting.

It has been over two weeks of non-stop statements from Ms. Valenciano about her resignation from PAMI, on print media, television, and text messages, but has not given PAMI the courtesy of sending her formal resignation letter.


PAMI has now taken the position of responding to Ms. Valenciano in the same manner, which is through the media.

1. PAMI is hereby accepting Ms. Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano's resignation.
2. PAMI is not responsible and should not be held liable for any of its members' personal opinion whether expressed privately or publicly.
3. PAMI has no unresolved issues as claimed by Ms. Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano.
4. PAMI does not take away valuable time of its members from their family or profession and has in fact been foregoing its scheduled monthly meetings to a maximum of six (6) official meetings a year, as evidenced by meeting records for the entire year of 2006.

PAMI would like to reiterate that Ms. Valenciano has not formally presented any of her issues with the organization and has chosen to present them through the media.

PAMI wishes Ms. Valenciano all the best in her future personal and professional endeavors and should she need the assistance of PAMI in the future, our organization shall remain, as it has always been, open to be of assistance to her and to any colleagues in the industry whether one is a member of PAMI or not.





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