Video of people receiving Duterte-Bong Go t-shirts amid Ulysses onslaught goes viral

Video of people receiving Duterte-Bong Go t-shirts amid Ulysses onslaught goes viral

- A group of victims of typhoon Ulysses received donations and Duterte-Bong Go t-shirts

- The t-shirts appeared to be campaign shirts for the senator but the group who distributed it said that they were supposed to be given in 2016

- Since the shirts were not given, they found that giving them out amid the current situation was timely

- Aside from the shirts, they also received goods to sustain them in the aftermath

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A video of a group of victims of the typhoon Ulysses receiving donations like food and stuff, particularly Duterte-Bong Go t-shirts has gone viral.

The shirt has a somewhat dirty white color and the caricatures of both President Rodrigo Duterte and Sen. Bong Go could be seen in green.

The line "Let's Go Bong Go" in bold letters could also be seen.

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The explanation of the group was that the shirts were supposed to have been given in 2016 but they were not given then.

So the group found it timely to give the shirts now as what could be seen in the video.

The video was posted on Twitter by ABS-CBN's Ina Reformina.

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Video of people receiving Duterte-Bong Go t-shirts amid Ulysses onslaught goes viral
Photo: Bong Go
Source: Twitter

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The wrath of Typhoon Ulysses was unexpected. Although Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon were already bracing themselves for what Ulysses could bring, its onslaught became a nightmare for everyone. The Mayor of Marikina was among those praised by netizens for his hands-on approach in the rescue efforts.

The devastation can be seen in various footage. Social media became a rescue hotline. One resident in QC sought the help of rescue teams after being stranded due to the typhoon.

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Many photos and videos of rescue operations were also uploaded on social media. In fact, social media played a huge role in reaching or finding out where people were stranded, and have rescue teams reach them.

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