- “Money Heist” has gained tremendous support from people in the Philippines
- Enrique Arce, the actor who played as “Arturito,” knows how well Filipinos love the show
- He gave a special message through a video uploaded on his social media account
- He also uttered a long Tagalog phrase to show his appreciation to the said country
Spanish actor Enrique Arce sent a special message to the people in the Philippines.
KAMI learned that the celebrity, who is known for portraying the character of Arturito in the hit series entitled “Money Heist,” thanked his Filipino fans for their massive support.
He recognized the fact that the said Netflix show has a lot of avid viewers in the Philippines.
The actor also admitted that he has been receiving messages about what can he say to all his fans in the said Asian country.
Enrique even tried to speak a long Tagalog phrase to show his appreciation to Filipinos who contributed to the success of “Money Heist.”
“This message is specially dedicated to the people in the Philippines. I’ve been getting a lot of messages asking personal shoutout for the country that pours us so well and that’s what I’m doing,” he quipped.
“I know we’ve become number one over there. It’s so fascinating to know that the show has traveled so far and so well. I’m sorry I don’t speak Tagalog but I wanna say, in my name and in the name of all my colleagues, sa aming mabubuting kaibigan sa Philippines, maraming salamat. We love you…” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, “The Professor” of Money Heist also gave a message to Filipinos amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“Money Heist” is one of the most-watched and acclaimed television series. Its latest season was released on April 3 and a lot of people are now expecting another season.
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