‘Attitude problem’ of James, Nadine lamented by concert producer
The word war between the camps of JaDine and concert producer Elaine Crisostomo might not be ending just yet, as the latter revealed more of her experiences during the recent United States show of the love team.
In an exclusive Facebook chat with Inquirer.net, Crisostomo detailed how she was extremely offended by the actions of James Reid and Nadine Lustre.
She narrated an incident when the love team arrived at their hotel.
“I saw James, sabi ko [I said] if you are hungry there’s food sa [in the] conference room. Ay teh dedma, diretso lakad lang (Oh, sister, he ignored me and just walked on.),” she said.
She however, saluted some G-Force members who were with them on tour, citing that the dancers showed her respect and recognized her, unlike Reid and Lustre. She also called out the very tight restrictions that she should have been spared from as the producer, such as the prohibition to take photos or videos with the love team, among others.
As for Lustre, Crisostomo described her as very aloof.
“Halos ‘di mo malapitan (You can’t even get close to her.),” she said. “May attitude talaga sila” (They really have an attitude).”
Crisostomo further lamented that as a producer, she has worked with a number of Filipino acts abroad, yet she has never experienced the kind of treatment she got from JaDine. She said her experience with JaDine stands out because they’re hard to deal with.
Meanwhile, Reid, Lustre and their management have refuted all claims made by Crisostomo concerning the San Francisco leg of the “Always JaDine: US Tour 2017”. Nevertheless, the producer stands by her account of the love team’s behavior. JB
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