Many people ignored calls of Ateneo, DLSU to #WearBlack
|Photo courtesy of @danielygo|
The move was meant to denounce the impending Hero's Burial for Marcos and against President Duterte's war on drugs.
As evident in photos circulating the web on Sunday, majority of the supporters from both team didn't heed the calls from the management.
See the posts below from the people who were at the event.
Call to Wear Black on ADMU vs DLSU Game Ignored, UAAP Fans Wear School Color https://t.co/YCl5GeKkSa #UAAPSeason79 pic.twitter.com/V4NGip48Cq— Taho News (@taho_news) October 2, 2016
EARLIER: Not everyone who went to see the Ateneo-La Salle game has worn black. | makoipopioco pic.twitter.com/bGa7OO1IDl— rick (@rickrick888) October 2, 2016
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Alyssa Valdez and Kiefer Ravena also present at "Black Sunday" game between ADMU & DLSU. @dzbb pic.twitter.com/rxKPvVueB0— Glen Juego (@glenjuego) October 2, 2016
Ateneo players wearing black. Archers in their usual green. Di siguro umabot memo ni Bro. #UAAPSeason79— Gabriel S. N. Lizada (@TheGaboLizada) October 2, 2016
ok i love ateneo and i’m rooting them but i’m calling bullshit for the black shirts, like hello this is sports not politics 🙄
— Arcy Nicole (@arcyntong) October 2, 2016
Ateneo vs. La Salle is much more exciting than Ateneo and La Salle vs. Duterte. Politics is ruining the rivalry.— Marvin Querido (@marvinquerido) October 2, 2016
Not all's wearing black in today's Ateneo-La Salle game, because as they say, 'F##k Politics'.— Ralph Domingo (@ralphierce) October 2, 2016
Many spectators lamented the two Universities' decision to involve their respective schools in politics saying...
Ateneo vs. La Salle is much more exciting than Ateneo and La Salle vs. Duterte. Politics is ruining the rivalry.
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