MANILA - Albay Governor Joey Salceda did not mince words when he posted his reaction to the first eviction night of "Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) 737," where Barbie Imperial became the first housemate to be eliminated.
Sixteen-year-old Imperial, who is dubbed "Doll Along the Riles ng Albay," exited the show after fellow nominee Bailey May got 62.16% of the total public votes.
"'Yung lahat ng TV sa bahay pina-off ko muna," Salceda, who has been vocal about his support for Imperial, wrote on his official Facebook page.
Without going into details, he added: "I just don't relish rituals of faked sympathies. So much plastic in that program. Barbie deserves to be treated better. Their loss, our gain. Banned muna ang 'PBB' till the other Albayano is to be defended."
Thomas Franco Rodriguez, a 16-year-old student, is the other housemate from the province.
During the past week, Imperial has been involved in several controversies inside the "PBB" house, including her spat with fellow housemate Kamille Filoteo. She also had to deal with May, who confessed his feelings for her.
Asked about what she learned from her short stint in the reality show, Imperial said: "Doon po ako natuto ng pakikisama po kasi kulang po ako doon."
"Ako po 'yung tao na kahit maraming bad experiences sa buhay ko, para sa akin may reason po 'yung mga nangyayari," she added.