Daniel Matsunaga wins top prize in ‘Pinoy Big Brother All In.’ Deserving or not?

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Brazilian model Daniel Matsunaga

Japanese-Brazilian model Daniel Matsunaga was voted as the big winner in ‘Pinoy Big Brother All In’ Sunday night.

He defeated crowd favorite Maris Racal, fellow commercial endorser Jane Oineza, as well as Vickie Rushton.

Matsunaga had a tough competition with Racal, who has a strong mass appeal. Oineza meanwhile enjoys the backing of her schoolmates at the De La Salle University as well as her sponsor, Bum Apparel.

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Brazilian model Daniel Matsunaga wins the top prize in ‘Pinoy Big Brother All In’

Matsunaga’s fans even circulated the following note through Facebook to urge people to vote for him:

“Why Daniel Matsunaga deserves to be the Big winner?”

1 He has a good heart. Wala siyang nasaktang tao. Hindi niya unang iniisip yung sarili niya. Mahal niya ang housemates. And hindi niya tinitignan ang housemates na total kalaban.

2 Big cleaner? Kailan pa naging masama maging malinis? Normal sa kanya maging malinis kaya yun ang ginagawa niya sa loob ng bahay.

3 He’s good sa tasks. Siya yung una at huling gagawa hanggang matapos ang araw. Binibigay niya yung best niya sa lahat ng tasks.

4 Nationality? Half Brazilian Half Japanese. Wala siyang dugong Filipino pero in his heart he is. Kung nationality lang din naman ang basis, bakit pa siya pinapasok ng bahay in the first place? Ugaling pinoy naman siya, hindi naman siya liberated, he speaks tagalog kahit di fluent, so I don’t think na enough reason to para di siya maging big winner.

5 He’s genuine. Yung pagmamahal na binibigay niya sa housemates ay walang halong kaplastikan. Ramdam ng lahat yung sincerity niya & di niya yun ginagawa just to please the viewers.

6 Neutral. Althroughout the show, hindi siya nagbago. Hindi siya naging two-faced. Mabuti lahat ng pinakita niya since una siyang pumasok dahil yun siya. Hindi siya nagpretend. Hindi siya nagplay safe.




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Mark Madrona is a prize-winning blogger, online journalist, and educator from the Philippines. Previously a book editor, he is now teaching communication subjects for two public universities in Manila. His blog The Filipino Scribe won 3rd place in a blog competition organized by the Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP). In 2015, it was one of the finalists in the 2015 Lasallian Scholarum Awards for Best Online Feature Article in Youth and Education. He also won the Best Blog Award during the 2011 Population and Development Media Awards, the youngest recipient of that recognition. Know more about him here: http://www.filipinoscribe.com/about/.

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