DFA Secretary On Tony Labrusca: “Just Deport Him”

  • January 7, 2019

It has been a few days since Tony Labrusca’s outburst with an immigration officer at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport went viral among netizens and it seems like the news isn’t dying down anytime soon. More personalities are getting involved in the issue as well. One of these personalities is the Depart of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr.,  who was quoted saying that the actor should just be deported.

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Tony Labrusca has found himself in hot water when he reportedly screamed and cursed at an immigration officer at a terminal in NAIA last week. Netizens have had a lot to say about the whole incident to the point that the issue even reached public officials. DFA Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. quoted one netizen’s recount of the situation and captioned it with, “Just deport him.”

The actor has since then posted a public apology directed to the immigration officer that he had an altercation with in the hopes of explaining his side. Tony’s good friend Alex Diaz who was also on the trip with him backed him up by sharing what he saw when the incident unfolded since he was also there.

Upon arrival in the Philippines last January 3, Tony was only allowed to stay in the Philippines for 30 days.

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  • I have a niece who is an American citizen, married to a Filipino citizen in the USA. Gave birth with 3 kids in the USA. According to. DFA all the 3 kids will have an automatic dual citizenship, even the said kids were born in USA. No need to apply for dual citizenship. Since the father was still an holding a Philippines passport at the time the kids were born.