Ethel Tweets 'Goodbye Wowowillie'

MANILA, Philippines - Ethel Booba has left the noontime show "Wowowillie," if her recent tweets are to be believed.

Only a few hours ago, the comedian posted, "Good Bye #Wowowillie. Masaya ang tahimik na buhay. Chos!"

This was followed by a tweet pic that seemingly showed a hallway of some sorts, which she captioned thus: "Ang huling kita ko sa studio ng #Wowowillie :)"

Asked by a seemingly oblivious follower why she left the show, she replied: "Because I'm not the PRODYUSHERRRR. Chos!"

Prior, the singer-host was confident enough to tweet her followers that she and fellow host Ate Gay will not be axed even going on to invite fans to keep on watching the show.

She then went on to joke about "Wowowillie" main host Willie Revillame's on-air tirade against them supposedly being unprofessionals, following a heated discussion relating to their performance in the Mini-Concierto segment of the program on Thursday.

"tuma-timing si KUYA W sa conclave haha pala sermon parang santo papa Chozz! ~~~HIRING now sa Rome. Chos!" she posted.

But surprisingly, everything changed as quickly after she learned that her image was already removed from posters of the show.

She then posted a seeming dig on Revillame's declaration about him simply helping their careers by acquiring their services as hosts of the show: "Kung gusto mong tumulong sa kapwa mo dapat nasa PUSO at hindi pinagsisigawan sa ibang TAO. Or else CHAROT mo lang yan."

She also addressed audiences of "Wowowillie" saying, "Doon naman sa mga audience na tuwang tuwa at pumapalakpak pa habang pinagsasalitaan kami ni Ate Gay eh sana nabigyan kayo lahat ng JACKET."

She then seemingly threatened: "Yung mga sinabi ko ngayon ay USOK pa lamang abangan nyo nalang ang SUNOG sa susunod na kabanata. Chos!"

Of course, as per her usual, Booba still managed to joke about it all.

"Gusto daw ako interviewhin ni @Oprah at @TheEllenShow about sa issue. Mananahimik nalang ako kesa duguin pageenglish. Charot!"

Meanwhile, Ate Gay is still seemingly hopeful about his return on the show.

He tweeted, "oo naman trabaho yun...di naman ako papasok para sa issue kundi para ipagpatuloy ang pagpapasaya."

"Wowowillie" as with Revillame is yet to issue an official statement about the matter.

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