- Spencer Reyes, one of the popular member of Streetboys, is now a bus driver in Scotland
- It was in 2008 when Spencer and his family moved to England, and in 2014, they finally settled in Scotland
- He studied Electrical Engineering, Heating, and Plumbing in a vocational school and afterwards applied as a bus driver
- The former actor and dancer also revealed how he used to "kulit" Ice Seguerra, where he would "make lambing" but she would always give him a nudge
PAY ATTENTION: Click "See First" under the "Following" tab to see KAMI news on your News Feed
For those who are still wondering where Spencer Reyes, could be, he himself gave the answer. The former member of Streetboys is now in Scotland, working as a bus driver, and very happy with his family.
During an interview over DZRH, Spencer revealed that he and his family initially moved to England in 2008, then to Scotland in 2014.
He studied at a vocational school where he took Electrical Engineering, Heating, and Plumbing.
After which, he applied as a bus driver where he needed to take more examinations.
"Pag pumasa ka doon, magsi-celebrate ka talaga kasi aaral ka talaga ng makapal na libro."
According to Spencer, the Hazard and Theory is the hardest exam and is a requirement to becoming a bus driver.
Spencer also recalled the time that he and Ice Seguerra were a loveteam.
He recounted how he would often "make lambing" to Ice but she would always nudge him.
"Habang nilalambing ko siya nun, lagi niya akong sinusuntok, sinisikmuraan. Talagang sisikuhin ako niyan, sinusuntok niya ako. Kasi, lagi ko ‘yan hinahalikan sa pisngi, e."
Here's his interview:
A previous KAMI report revealed that Vhong Navarro got to join Streetboys by mistake, and said that it was his destiny to be in the group.
Streetboys is a popular 90's dance group. Among its most popular members include Vhong Navarro and Jhong Hilario.
Please like and share our amazing Facebook posts to support the KAMI team! Don’t hesitate to comment and share your opinions about our stories either. We love reading about your thoughts and views on different matters!
"Akala ko nun, malakas pa 'ko. Yun pala, kritikal na po ako." An OFW in Dubai narrates how he ended up bedridden in a critical condition due to COVID-19. At some point, Ruffy Niedo felt he wouldn't make it. Now he shares his story with us. Check out all of the exciting videos on our KAMI HumanMeter YouTube channel!