- After reuniting with his family and finally going home, Bong Revilla admitted that he still can't sleep well at night
- He said that it is because he stayed in Camp Crame for 4 years and 6 months so he's still in the stage of adjusting
- He also shared that he can't still believe that he's already free to be with his family
Bong Revilla admitted that he still can't sleep adequately at night in their house.
As reported by PEP.ph, Bong stated that he's still adjusting after more than 4 years that he spent in Camp Crame which in Filipino culture, it is called 'namamahay'.
“Nagigising ako sa gabi at ako ay namamahay. Sabi nga ni Lani, ‘Bakit ka nagigising?’ Sabi ko, 'Mama, hindi ako makatulog,' he shared.
"Actually, two hours lang yata ang tulog ko. Sabi nga niya, 'Namamahay ka, e, dito ka nga sa bahay.'
"Siyempre, four years and six months ako sa Camp Crame," he added.
The former Panday star also recalled the first breakfast together with his family and said that they were all emotional during that moment.
“Noong first breakfast namin together, nagkaiyakan pa kami ng mga anak ko, e. Nag-iyakan lahat, e. Even si Lani, umiyak din."
"I can’t believe na magkakasama na kami. Iyon ang masarap na parte na kasama mo ang buong pamilya," pahayag niya.
In a previous report by KAMI, Bong Revilla Jr’s emotional reunion with his sick father Ramon Revilla Sr.
He. was detained for four years at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center in Camp Crame.
His wife, Lani Mercado, is the Mayor of Bacoor, Cavite.
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