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Daniel Padilla on Sex Trafficking Charges Vs. Apollo Quiboloy: 'Isa-Isa ng Tinatawag ni Satanas'

The actor minced no words in a comment about Apollo Quiboloy's indictment in the U.S. for sex trafficking.

Daniel Padilla has shared his thoughts about Apollo Quiboloy's indictment in the U.S. for sex trafficking in a recent Instagram post by ABS-CBN News. The actor wasn't able to stop himself from sharing strong words against the pastor and church leader.

The Instagram post reported the news of Quiboloy's indictment: "Sinampahan ng kasong sex trafficking ang pastor na si Apollo Quiboloy at ang iba pang mga opisyal ng kanyang simbahan dahil umano sa pang-aabuso sa mga kababaihang edad 12 hanggang 25. #Quiboloy #sextrafficking"

Padilla shared a short but strong statement saying, "Isa isa ng tinatawag ni Satanas." The actor's comment is currently one of the top and most-liked comments on the post.

Angel Locsin also couldn't help but share a comment under the post. "Minor = Rape. Sana maprotektahan agad yung mga naglakas loob na magsalita," she wrote.

This isn't the first time celebrities have spoken out about Quiboloy. In 2019, Vice Ganda challenged the pastor on live TV for other reasons. The Showtime host said: "Si Quiboloy lang ang magpapahinto ng Ang Probinsyano, abangan niyo 'yan. So, ano Quiboloy hinahamon kita, ipahinto mo nga ang ProbinsyanoNapahinto mo pala ang lindol, eh. Napakayabang niyo pala!"


Quiboloy is the founder of Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name Inc., as well as the owner of Sonshine Media Network International which is based in New Jerusalem, Davao City. The pastor and church leader is also known to be a friend and spiritual adviser of President Duterte.

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