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Is Bayani at fault?

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Bayani AgbayaniDIRECTLINE By Boy Abunda
March 30, 2009 12:00 AM

Bayani Agbayani: I am sorry

Bayani Agbayani was caught in a controversial video of him shouting expletives obviously provoked and clueless that he was being recorded. The video was circulated on YouTube. Although the video was hazy and dark, Yani was recognizable with his distinct voice. The video was taken during a parking lot altercation between Bayani and some men at The Fort.

While trying to maneuver his car backwards at a parking lot, Bayani accidentally hit another car. Bayani explained, apologized and paid for the damage he has caused but one of the car owner’s companions allegedly started to provoke him. Bayani retaliated by challenging him to a face-off.

While the commotion was going on, another companion of the owner of the car he had hit started videotaping the incident and then posted it on YouTube.

“I was not dead drunk. I could not have driven my car home kung lasing na lasing ako. I live in Commonwealth,” he explained. What was so unfair according to Bayani was they took a video of him while the heated confrontation was happening.

Bayani feels bad it had happened and says sorry to his fans. “Karamihan mga bata ang nanunood sa akin. Pasensiya na po pati sa mga nanay.”

Bayani has already settled the issue right where the incident happened and has paid for damages due. He has learned lessons in propriety and prudence from the incident.

Something for moms

Here’s something for mothers from ABS-CBN’s Jet Valle. “Most mothers nowadays have a lot of things on their plates — tending to their homes, juggling a career, helping contribute to the family income and making sure their children are healthy, nurtured and safe.

“So it is but natural that today’s moms would relish having peace of mind, security and that panatag feeling, knowing their children are growing-up beautifully. This is the battlecry of Lactum for 2009 — to create a country of panatag moms.

“Our friends at Lactum believe that every mom, no matter what stage in mothering, deserves to be 100 percent panatag. Claudine Barretto-Santiago, Carmina Villarroel and Jodi Sta Maria-Lacson brought the panatag ideal to the forefront last year. The three young actresses were not only product endorsers, but also role models because they have found a harmonious balance between work and motherhood. “This year, the panatag ideal is going nationwide.

The hand pyramid serves as ubiquitous symbol of panatag moms everywhere. This represents many things — good nutrition and the balanced diet offered by the food pyramid and a happy and stable home. “The hand pyramid takes the place of the open palm in a traditional oath. Placed across the heart, the panatag  touches the hearts of moms everywhere; it is a sincere oath to strive to provide the best care and nutrition for their children — and to encourage other moms to do the same.”

DWA at the CCP DWA at the CCP

Pianists Della Besa and Anamaria de Guzman perform together in a concert billed as DWA tomorrow, March 31, 7:30 p.m. at Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater. The event is part of the ongoing activities celebrating CCP’s 40th anniversary.

Della and Anamaria first met as students in St. Scholastica’s College. In 1973, they linked up to perform Francis Poulenc’s two-piano concerto for the school’s annual St. Cecilia’s Concert, thus beginning a partnership that has lasted up to the present. They are credited for having performed for the first time pieces in the duo-piano repertoire, including several compositions specially arranged/composed for them.
Ticket price is P500. For details, call 832-1125 loc. 1604-1605.ldren are healthy, nurtured and safe.
“So it is but natural that today’s moms would relish having peace of mind, security and that panatag feeling, knowing their children are growing-up beautifully. This is the battlecry of Lactum for 2009 — to create a country of panatag moms.

“Our friends at Lactum believe that every mom, no matter what stage in mothering, deserves to be 100 percent panatag. Claudine Barretto-Santiago, Carmina Villarroel and Jodi Sta Maria-Lacson brought the panatag ideal to the forefront last year. The three young actresses were not only product endorsers, but also role models because they have found a harmonious balance between work and motherhood. “This year, the panatag ideal is going nationwide.

The hand pyramid serves as ubiquitous symbol of panatag moms everywhere. This represents many things — good nutrition and the balanced diet offered by the food pyramid and a happy and stable home. “The hand pyramid takes the place of the open palm in a traditional oath. Placed across the heart, the panatag  touches the hearts of moms everywhere; it is a sincere oath to strive to provide the best care and nutrition for their children — and to encourage other moms to do the same.”

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