Iza-Jodi Showdown In ‘Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’ Rock Social Media

Iza-Jodi Showdown In ‘Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’ Rock Social Media

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It was a week of acting showdown and explosive encounters in “Ang Sa Iyo ay Akin” that got netizens reacting and shookt about the confrontation scenes and memorable lines of Iza Calzado and Jodi Sta. Maria.

Online influencers weighed in over the scenes that have garnered thousands of views and spawned memes on social media.

Famous Twitter user Smoothie McCreery could not help but react to the scene last Monday (October 5) where Ellice imagined pouring soup over Marissa while saying, “Ang isang tulad mo, mas bagay sa eat-all-you-can, dahil matakaw ka. Lahat gusto mong tikman.” His post, “Okay, uh, I feel attackedt.” has already garnered a total of 150,000 views and 9,000 likes.

Things heated up on Wednesday (October 7) as the legal wife and mistress clashed inside Gabriel’s office. Ellice started dropping innuendos about the dishes Marissa prepared for Gabriel. Marissa snapped back by saying Gabriel likes to taste different dishes, leaving him speechless.

Ellice started by saying, “Ano yun, parang amoy malansa? Nagluto ka ng kare-kare, mukhang mamantika. Sana sinabi mo sa akin Marissa para nakapagdala ako ng dessert so that we can you know cleanse our palate. I just realized na ang dami mong dinala, baka mapanis.”

Marissa fought back and answered. “No, worries, Ellice. Hindi masasayang ang niluto ko. Itong asawa mo, mahilig yan sa maraming ulam.”

Meanwhile, famous YouTuber, itsACslife, re-enacted Ellice and Marissa’s first encounter on Twitter, acquiring over 10,000 views.

Justine Dizon, a rising influencer on Twitter, commented on how great the cast is.

“As in walang tapon sa cast! Jodi, Iza, Sam (revelation siya rito) and of course Maricel Soriano. I think Desiree Del Valle deserves more. Nakakagaan ng mga eksena sina Michelle Vito at Paulo Angeles and love ko sina Pinky at Tutti,” he said.

The series gets more exciting with the revelation of Marissa’s other boss called “Madam,” played by Carla Martinez, who is now a new investor in Cenidoza’s Pearls. But with her character still shrouded in mystery, will we find out soon what her real agenda is as she joins the company?

Binge-watch “Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin” on A2Z channel 11 analog TV on its marathon telecast this weekend (October 10 and 11) and its new episodes starting Monday (October 12).

A2Z channel 11 analog TV is available in Metro Manila and in some parts of Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Rizal, Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, and Pampanga. It can also be accessed via cable TV at satellite TV nationwide.

Viewers can continue to follow the show from Monday to Friday, 8:40 PM on Kapamilya Channel on cable and satellite TV (SKYcable channel 8 SD and channel 167 HD, Cablelink channel 8, G Sat Direct TV channel 22, and in most channels operated by members of Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association). The show is also on the Kapamilya Online Live YouTube channel and the ABS-CBN Entertainment Facebook page, as well as on the iwant app or iwanttfc.com. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abs-cbn.com/newsroom.

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