Boyet Fajardo Scandal: On Second Thought

March 25, 2009 § 20 Comments

I just finished researching about this thing. What I found out, is not entirely good about this person.

My fellow readers and bloggers all around—You’re right.

Boyet Fajardo’s actions are not justified. He should be condemned for what he did. I’m quite certain that we are supporting a good cause.

Onward with the struggle against self-indulgence! Onward with the struggle against those who think they are the High and the Mighty and we are are just slaves of their whims and caprices!

If you’re a successful person, all the more should you be responsible and aware of all your actions!

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§ 20 Responses to Boyet Fajardo Scandal: On Second Thought

  • gil says:

    Ang tanong ko lang kung wala bang video na na ilabas mag so sorry kaya yang si Boyet Fajardo na yan…

    Ano daw “creative outburst”…..?
    Ano ka hilo?lokohin mong sarili mo Boyet.

    Boycot……………..

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  • I guess you got your research. Anything to share? Hehe…

  • develwearsprada says:

    May this be a lesson to you as well that before you form your opinion and castigate people for “joining the mob”, that you also get your facts straight. You seem to be assuming that people didn’t do their own “research” as well. It does not bode well on you that you hide behind the excuse of “still doing research”, but in the same time you seem to be making excuses for Fajardo’s actions based on your (un)founded(?) assumptions. (What disability are you referring to that Fajardo has, if I may ask?)

    Anyway, you have retracted what you have earlier said, and concluded that Fajardo’s behaviour “is not justified”, very much what the thousands of people knew all this time.

    If only Fajardo was just like you who was quick enough to admit that he was wrong, then maybe, people will b kinder to him for his now very infamous “creative outburst”.

    Peace.

    • hi develwearsprada,

      hey, why do you fault me for making such “unfounded” assumptions? If you were to analyze your own actions and beliefs, you’ll find that everybody has their own presumptions and most, if not all presumptions are not based on the truth.

      and i did’nt presume that people did’nt do their research. all i’m saying is before I jump into the bandwagon, let me digress first all these information and judge for myself if there is, anything contemptuous about what he did or anything substantial on what other people say.

      by the way, i just learned from a lifestyle editor that Fajardo’s left arm is disabled. it’s shorter than his right.

  • well, james,

    for one, Boyet’s acts should never be tolerated. the fact that he claims to be a celebrity, all the more should he be responsible for his acts.

    actually james, i don’t really want to prolong this issue simply because prior to this scandal, Boyet Fajardo is a nobody.

    what we are actually doing is really benefitting him instead of those aggrieved victims of Boyet Fajardo.

    he’s now very popular because of this.

  • Guian says:

    In that case he should be more and more careful of his actions. If he cannot use his other hand, why did he use his “able” hand in humiliating other people. Dapat siguro umurong na rin ang isang kamay niya. Abusado….

  • develwearsprada says:

    For you to say that “most, if not all presumptions are not based on the truth” is incorrect. We make such claims because those are our perceived truths, those are reasonable suppositions.

    Take your sweet time “researching” and I am sure people here will give you the time to do that, BUT don’t take it against people who quickly pieced the facts together, formed their own opinions and made emotional reactions to the situation presented very much what you are showing now in your blog entry.

    My point here is, it would have been better that you just maintained your position of not forming an opinion until you did your research, instead of, as it appears in your earlier post, making excuses for Fajardo’s actions and gunning down those who have reacted violently to Fajardo. I suggest that you read your earlier blog again or would you still want me to point one by one the lapses that your earlier blog contained?

    pinoyobserver, If you just put down your defenses, and digest what I earlier wrote, then maybe you’d understand my line of argument.

    • if you look cloely and very hard on this one friend, most of our presumptions are really not based on reality. For one, we presumed that all people are “nasty and brutish” (18th century belief). Yet, this is not entirely true. Or the presuppositions that ghosts exist. Do they, really? Some things to think about.

  • truthordare says:

    well, i guess the reason for your retraction is that you really found out the truth about mr. fajardo. people around are saying that he isn’t really “nice”. and believe you me, there are a lot of homosexual primadonnas in the fashion industry just like him(i know, i’ve seen a few in ‘action”) but have not had any major inconceivable outburst such as this. i sincerely hope that this serves as a lesson to the other gay primadonnas out there that think they are God’s gift to mankind.

  • develwearsprada says:

    Oh boy, I think you really are not getting what I am telling you and I think you are blowing this out of proportion. Just stick to the facts and to what actually transpired. After all your lapses are all documented in your blogs. Again read the last paragraph of my last comment…that is just basically my point.

    My friend, I hope you’d know how to gracefully accept constructive criticisms, which is my objective, rather than you throwing seemingly random rationalizations. Really now, ghosts and 18th century beliefs???

    A side note: I am sure a lot of people will contest your claim ghosts do not exist. But that should be another interesting argument, which you could pick as topic in your future blogs. Am sure a lot of people will be more than happy to disprove what you have implied that they are not a reality.

    Man, this is becoming a laugh trip!

  • Nicholas Cage says:

    Hi pinoyobserver, I was about to post a comment on your other entries, but good thing that i kind of held on for a while until I found this entry. Just a minor correction, it’s his RIGHT arm that has a disability. The left arm is normal (and couls still be used for slapping, etc…). What I’m afraid of is that the accused party could manipulate the CCTV footage as it has no audio. That’s where the part that you mentioned “nudged” came in on your other entry. What if the “nudge” was a signal from the manager that says: ” it’s your decision if you want to kneel down or have a slapping”? hmmm…

    Truth is, I’m also an employee of DFP and the videos out there are only a portion of what has transpired. In due time, the whole video might be “leaked” but I guess the affected party is still holding on to it waiting for further actions or “apologies” from BF.

    Everyone here at work is laughing at how insincere BF delivered his apology in the news and looks like he’s just basing them on the videos available. One of the reasons why the full version has not been out yet. Maybe the CHR would be the first ones “outside of DFP” to view it…

    I doubt if the reason why this all happened is because of BF’s disability, no one in his right mind would use that for disallowing anyone to purchase. I believe it is a manipulation on BF’s side, based on the short video.

    In due time my friend, in due time… we’ll see how much of a liar is in him.

    • Hi Nicholas Cage,

      Good thing that you corrected me on this. Readers, note: it’s his right arm not his left. By the way, Nicholas, maybe you could do me the extreme favor of launching it here over at PinoyObserver? SNN is getting info from here, my friend. And many people read this site. They would love to see the entire version.

  • Nicholas Cage says:

    @pinoyobserver, if and when the video comes out sir, i’d provide you a link or copy if possible. I have this page bookmarked already.

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