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More ex-Bongbong Marcos believers now support VP Leni Robredo following Jessica Soho interview

A number of netizens have admitted that they and people close to them have been converted to a Robredo supporter

Vice President Leni Robredo has seemingly gained more supporters following her interview with Jessica Soho over the weekend.

Rorbedo, along with fellow Malacañang aspirants Sen. Manny Pacquiao, Sen. Ping Lacson, and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno were featured on “The Jessica Soho Presidential Interviews.” Bongbong Marcos declined the invite due to Soho’s alleged bias against the former senator.

Tough questions were asked, but she answered everyone, winning over the undecided. She made her stance clear on issues concerning the health crisis, poverty, and economic recovery.

Unlike Moreno, the leader of the Kakampinks won’t be pocketing contributions.

“Walang anumang halaga ang napunta sa Office of the Vice President o mismong kay VP Leni dahil lahat ito ay iginugugol para paandarin ang aming volunteer efforts online at (and) on ground,” Team Leni Robredo said in a statement—a group tasked to crowdfund for Robredo’s campaign.

“Tunay ngang matatawag na isang People’s Campaign ang kampanya para kay VP Leni dahil pawang kaming mga taga-suporta niya ang nagsasagawa ng sari sarili naming.” it added.

A number of netizens have admitted that they and people close to them have been converted to Robredo supporters.

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Talent manager and comedian Ogie Diaz complied a bunch of tweets showing more people believing that Leni deserves to win the presidency.

Gab Pangilinan is also one of the many celebrities who back the pink movement.

Erik Santos watched the Soho interview, and he was impressed at how his candidate answered the important questions.


Meanwhile, Marcos agreed to an interview with ABS-CBN’s Boy Abunda.

Written by Paulie Walnuts

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