- Joey de Leon’s son Jako de Leon recently got married
- Wil Dasovich shared a video of Joey’s speech at the special event
- The comedian advised the newlyweds about staying strong as a couple through the ups and downs of life
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Joey de Leon’s son Jako de Leon recently tied the knot with his partner Gillian Salita, as reported earlier.
KAMI learned that a video of Joey’s speech at his son’s wedding has gone viral.
Wil Dasovich, a famous YouTube vlogger, uploaded the emotional clip of Joey delivering some words of wisdom for the newlyweds.
“Going up or falling down, ay walang iwanan. Remember that life's a wheel, you go up, you go down. Kaya ang maganda, gawin niyo na lang siyang playground.
“'Jack and Jill' sana ang theme song na gamitin niyo. Do you remember kung ano ang nasa dulo? La, la, la… may ibig sabihin pala ito. According to a song, 'La, la, la means I love you,’” Joey said.
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Joey de Leon is one of the pioneer hosts of “Eat Bulaga,” the longest-running noontime variety show in the Philippines.
He has two children with his first wife Daria Ramirez – Keempee de Leon and Jacinda Myrtle. The Kapuso star has three with current wife Eileen Macapagal – Jocas Eightria, Jako Raphaelle and Jio Sebastiean.
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