It's a good time to be a Kapamilya.
That is, according to ABS-CBN artists and employees, who took over Instagram last night with their coordinated posts of solidarity for their home network's 65th anniversary.
It was in 1953 when ABS-CBN, then known as just Alto Broadcasting System (ABS), introduced TV to the Philippines.
Now, on the network's 65th year, its biggest stars and loyal employees are sharing why they are proud to be Kapamilya.
Actress Sylvia Sanchez was one of the posters, writing: "Proud #Kapamilya since 1993 and still counting. Buong pamilya ko sa Mindanao nabuhay ko dahil sayo."
The coordinated posts come two days after singer Jimmy Bondoc made a Facebook post decrying "the biggest network," calling it a snake pit and accusing it of ruining the country's art and culture.
Though Jimmy did not name the network, he indirectly confirmed it in an interaction with actress Angel Locsin, who defended her network.
The issue was also indirectly addressed by actor JM de Guzman, whose solidarity message read: "this 'network' saved my life."
Read the other Kapamilyas' messages below:
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