Buknoy Glamurrr’s video showing him purportedly ‘violating’ quarantine rules goes viral

Buknoy Glamurrr’s video showing him purportedly ‘violating’ quarantine rules goes viral

- Vlogger Buknoy Glamurrr is making noise on social media once again due to a video he shared on Twitter

- In the viral clip, a dressed-up Buknoy can be seen walking in a residential street with his friends at night

- Many netizens are also quick to notice that the TikTok and YouTube influencer is not wearing his face mask

- Because of this, “Buknoy” became one of the top trending topics on Twitter Philippines

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Vlogger Buknoy Glamurrr became a hot topic on social media anew after allegedly violating some quarantine protocols.

Buknoy Glamurrr’s video showing him purportedly ‘violating’ quarantine rules went viral

Photo from Buknoy Glamurrr/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In a video he shared on Twitter, a dressed-up Buknoy can be seen walking in a residential street with his friends in the middle of the night. Netizens also noticed that the vlogger is not wearing his face mask.

It can also be heard in the clip that the online content creator is shouting, “Sino single? Sana all my jowa. Sana all tsismosa. Sana all may pera, demonyo ka.”

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The video then went viral online and as a result, “Buknoy” became one of the top trending topics on Twitter Philippines.

Buknoy Glamurrr’s video showing him purportedly ‘violating’ quarantine rules went viral

Screenshot from Twitter
Source: Twitter

As of this writing, the viral video is no longer searchable on Buknoy’s Twitter account. However, social media users were able to save the clip.

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Buknoy Glamurrr, whose real name is Andrew Luis Lapid, is a 16-year-old YouTube and TikTok vlogger.

Early last month, he garnered heavy backlash for allegedly belittling tricycle drivers in one of his vlogs. In the said viral video, he discussed about working hard to pursue one’s dreams so they wouldn’t end up becoming the likes of a tricycle driver.

Aiko Melendez then took to social media to lambast the influencer. She stressed that "people who make an honest living, be it the President of a nation or a tricycle driver is a dignified work and it doesn't deserve to be looked down on."

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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