JV Ejercito, nagparinig sa kapatid na si Jinggoy Estrada sa social media

JV Ejercito, nagparinig sa kapatid na si Jinggoy Estrada sa social media

- JV Ejercito posted cryptic tweets on social media

- Ejercito insisted that he is the “good one”

- The senatorial candidate also posted a tweet saying “bitter”

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Reelectionist Senator JV Ejercito shared on social media that he is “the good one.” KAMI learned that Ejercito posted on Twitter cryptic message for his half-brother Jinggoy Estrada.

In a report by the Philippine Star (author Patricia Lourdes Viray), Ejercito shared his thoughts on Twitter just a few hours after Estrada conceded his defeat on Facebook.

In the lengthy post, Estrada said that Nancy Binay deserves the 12th spot because she is a “better” person among the others. Meanwhile, Ejercito landed to the 13th spot, he almost made it in the “Magic 12.”

However, Ejercito tweeted, “I am still... The Good One.”

Ejercito also commented on the news about his brother Estrada mocking him in the Senatorial race.

“And I am really the Good One...,” Ejercito wrote.

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Just a few moments later, Ejercito posted a cryptic tweet which read: “Bitter.”

As previously reported by KAMI, Estrada conceded his defeat and congratulated the candidates who made it in the top 12 based on the partial and unofficial results.

As of 1:01 p.m. on Friday, Estrada is at the 15th spot with 11,268,201 votes.

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