Nag-sorry si Diego Loyzaga matapos magalit ang netizens dahil sa pag-post niya sa Instagram ng mga larawang kuha sa Boracay.
Inakala kasi ng ilang netizens na bago lang ang mga larawan ni Diego sa isla, na kasalukuyang sarado sa publiko at sumasailalim sa six-month rehabilitation period.
Kasama ni Diego sa larawan ang mga kaibigan habang sila ay nasa beach.
Sa comments section, nagtanong ang ilang netizens kung paano nakapunta si Diego sa isla ng Boracay dahil sarado ito sa publiko.
“Locals kami,” sagot ni Diego, na lalong ikinagalit ng netizens.
Inakusahan siyang gumamit ng impluwensiya at koneksiyon para makapasok sa isla.
Hindi kasi binanggit ni Diego na throwback photos ang mga ito noong una niya ipinost.
DIEGO EXPLAINS. Bunsod nito, in-edit ni Diego ang kanyang post at inilagay sa caption ang mahabang paliwanag.
Sabi niya, “These photos were taken months ago.
"I only posted to show appreciation to my two friends who are in the photo with me.
“I meant no disrespect to Boracay, the people living there and its current state. I know what's going on there.”
Sinabi rin niyang mayroon silang lupa sa lugar at marami silang mga kaibigang negosyante sa Boracay.
Aniya, mula noong bata siya ay tinutulungan na niya ang inang si Teresa Loyzaga sa pagsasagawa ng mga clean-up projects doon.
“I was not exploiting Boracay in any way,” depensa ni Diego.
“Sorry sa mga nagalit. Although the post may come of quite obnoxious, that was not intended.
“Sorry especially to the people who are living in Boracay and saw this post.
“So for everyone in the comment section that's hating on this post, hopefully this will clear things up,” pagtatapos niya.
Nag-post din si Diego sa kanyang Instagram Story para magpaliwanag.
Imagine if i never met the broskies (Have to explain myself again on social media bcos of allegations that aren’t true ??????. These photos were taken months ago. I only posted to show appreciation to my two friends who are in the photo with me. Thus the caption which are lyrics from a song. I meant no disrespect to Boracay, the people living there and its current state. I know whats going on there. We have land there. We have lots of friends who are owners of businesses etc in Boracay. We have heard all the stories of whats going on. (I dont know if sharing this information will help me prove my point but my mom, @teresaloyzaga since i was a kid has done numerous clean up projects in boracay, along with me and my family) I didnt have any bad intentions with this post. I was not exploiting Boracay in any way. I should have not added the location to avoid all this but since many people have already messaged me about there being write ups about me and my friends being able to go to Boracay even though its closed for tourists, sana maunawaan kayo sa explanation nato. Sorry sa mga nagalit. Although the post may come of quite obnoxious, that was not intended. Sorry especially to the people who are living in Boracay and saw this post. So for everyone in the comment section thats hating on this post. Hopefully this will clear things up.)