- Agot Isidro took to Twitter and called out Cong. Claudine Bautista, who is the representative of Drivers United for Mass Progress and Equal Rights
- She pointed out the lavish wedding of the congresswoman
- Bautista was adorned in a Michael Cinco gown and her wedding was at the luxurious Balesin
- According to Agot, the gown of Bautista "can feed hundreds of families of displaced drivers"
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Agot Isidro took to Twitter and called out Cong. Claudine Bautista for a lavish wedding.
The actress aired a strong statement and said, "That gown alone can feed hundreds of families of displaced drivers."
She then added, "And you're representing which sector again, Cong. Claudine Bautista?"
The congresswoman, who represents the Drivers and Commuters sector, and who voted No to the renewal of the franchise of ABS-CBN, got married in Balesin, an island known for its luxury.
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Aside from that, she used a Michael Cinco gown.
Some of the attendees included Mayor Sara Duterte, Former President Gloria Arroyo, Baby Arenas, Delfin Lorenzana, and a lot more.
Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro, better known as Agot Isidro, is a Filipina actress and singer. She was born on July 20, 1966 and is the fourth of the six children of Jose Isidro, an architect, and Palestinian mother Edwarta Fteha. She graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman with a bachelor's degree in interior design.
Agot Isidro shared the sad state of her car on social media. According to the singer-actress, an unknown perpetrator intentionally smashed the window of her car to pieces. She said she might have been a victim of the so-called “bukas kotse gang.” Despite what happened and the hassle it created for her, Agot is still thankful nothing was taken.
Agot Isidro took to Twitter and slammed the use of face shields and posted a side-by-side photo comparison; one wearing, and the other not wearing. She said that face shields were virtually useless, considering that people are already wearing masks. It can be recalled that it is not the first time that the use of face shields was criticized. ACT-CIS representative Jocelyn Tulfo has already proposed for the removal of the restriction on the wearing of face shields.