Forrest too chicken to front on Radio Live

“Forrest” Fa’afoi didn’t front on the Radio Live chat with the candidates. Matt McCarten did, Hekia Parata did, so why didn’t “Forrest”?

He bailed on a debate on Marae, and wouldn’t turn up to debate on RadioLive.  It ended up being a Hekia and Matt debate.   The hosts (Willie and JT) crucified Kris Fa’afoi for not turning up, though JT observed that keeping him away from strong candidates like Hekia and Matt was a strategic decision.

I’ll give the flaky liar the benefit of the doubt for the first failure to front.  I’m a fair man.  But failing to front for Radio Live at any time offered between 1 and 4  was strategic by Labour to keep their flaky liar out of the firing line.

God….he slagged Hekia Parata for not fronting at a meeting organised by Winnie Laban which he gave two days notice for , but he has now failed to front for RadioLive and for Marae.

Perhaps he needed to pop of to Maccas for some more “fond memories” at the playground?


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