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Former senator says Bongbong Marcos went to discos to get high on illegal drugs

In an ANC interview, Coseteng said she knows nothing about Vice President Leni Robredo but would rather vote for her over the dictator’s son

Former Senator Nikki Coseteng has seemingly confirmed the public’s speculation that presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos does illegal drugs.

In an ANC interview, Coseteng said she knows nothing about Vice President Leni Robredo but would rather vote for her over the dictator’s son.

“I don’t know Leni up-close,” she said.

“She’s not my barkada. She’s not my buddy… I’m not chummy-chummy with her. But, I would rather intelligently and emotionally cast my lot with her because I think she’s of a different stuff, and of a different mold,” she added.

Coseteng then revealed that Marcos was a lazy individual who frequented discos and got high on illegal substances.

“I remember Mr. Marcos as candidate today. Before [he] never worked. All they did was go to the disco, and they were always high on drugs, and I know them.” she said.

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte earlier alluded that a certain presidential aspirant who comes from a privileged family was known for doing drugs.

“They’re the very same people supporting him today. But, I don’t condemn them. That’s their life. They have all the money. They have all the resources. They don’t have to drag their feet and work and show people even to pretend.” she said.

“So I’d rather cast my lot with somebody who I feel can give us a break.

“Just a respite. Even just the jargon. Even just a conversation. To change the conversation means a lot to many people,” she furthered.

“Yes, they were always high! You can have a list of friends.” she said when asked to clarify if she was referring to Marcos, adding that the former senator’s vices were an open secret.

“You know, they go to Stargazer. They go to other discos etcetera, and everybody knows it, and it was just accepted. Why? Because he’s the son of the President.” Coseteng added.

Stargazer was one of the most popular discos in the late ’70s and ’80s.

She noted that the Marcos campaign is all about rewriting history.


“These people (Marcos and supporters) have managed to shape this impression based on lies, based on fables, accuracies, etc….To push the change of our history,” Coseteng said.

Written by Paulie Walnuts

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