- Robin Padilla finally addresses the issue between him and Mocha Uson, which surfaced in the early months of 2021
- He said that he respects Mocha because she is the "number one DDS"
- He then said that he and Mocha will not do anything that would put the President to shame
- He then stated that since both of them figured in a blind item, which denoted "mga sikat," he felt proud since they were regarded as "sikat"
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Robin Padilla finally addressed the issue that was thrown at him and Mocha Uson in the early months of 2021.
During the press conference for Victor 88, as reported by PikaPika, Binoe finally answered the "buntis' issue.
He said that he respects Mocha Uson as she's the number one DDS,
"Talagang saludo po tayo d’yan sa pagmamahal niyan kay pangulong PRRD," said Binoe.
He then added that they would not do anything that would put Pres. Duterte to shame.
"Kami pong dalawa hindi naman po kami siguro gagawa ng bagay na magbibigay ng—number one—kahihiyaan sa mahal na pangulo," said Mocha.
He also addressed why they were included as a blind item. he said that it's something to be proud of because after all, they were tagged as "mga sikat."
On a final note, he said that there is no truth to the tsismis.
"Pero wala pong katotohanan ’yon, Kuya Mario. Ginagalang ko po yan si... lahat naman po, kahit ’yong mga inibig ko, e, ginagalang ko din," said Robin.
Robinhood Ferdinand Cariño Padilla, better known as Robin Padilla, is a Filipino actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. He was born on November 23, 1969 in Daet, Camarines Norte to former Camarines Norte Vice-Governor and assemblyman Roy Padilla and Eva Cariño. Known as the “Bad Boy” of Pinoymovies for portraying gangster roles, he has played main character roles in the movies Bad Boy 1 and 2, Anak ni Baby Ama, and Grease Gun Gang. His three other siblings, BB Gandanghari, formerly known as Rustom, Rommel, and the late Royette, were all actors as well.
Robin Padilla stood up to defend young Filipino golfing champion, Yuka Saso, against her bashers. He said that while everyone is in a celebratory mode, there are still some who bashed Yuka for saying she is Filipino when in fact she is Japanese. The actor called out those who are bashing Yuka saying she’s a Filipino and said he would hit them all with a golf club if they don’t stop. Yuka made history by becoming the first Filipino to with the US Women’s Open golf championships and the youngest by far to earn that distinction.
Robin Padilla might have not verified his list of what he called Spanish schools established by the European foreigners in the Philippines. This was after he was called out by a group asking for the return of Philippine History as a regular subject in junior and senior high school. Robin made the claim in his retort to an online user who pointed out the mistake claimed by a senator that Lapu-Lapu was from Mindanao. The actor, in what might have been meant as an insult to the online user, asked whether if she is from a Spanish school like Ateneo de Manila, DLSU, and UST.
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