Michael V’s parody of ‘Buwan’ by JK Labajo now viral on social media

Michael V’s parody of ‘Buwan’ by JK Labajo now viral on social media

- Michael V earned nothing but praises because of his new video

- He made a parody of the hit song “Buwan” by JK Labajo

- The video immediately became viral on social media after it was uploaded

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Kapuso comedian Michael V is now making noise in the online world after he made a parody of the hit song “Buwan” by Juan Karlos Labajo.

KAMI learned that the much-talked-about parody was aired in the recent episode of “Bubble Gang” where the said actor serves as one of the cast members.

The tune of the song was retained in the parody but the lyrics were changed in the hope of empowering the members of the LGBTQ+ community.

The video already reached more than 600 thousand views after a day of getting uploaded and it also drew a lot of comments from netizens.

Here are their reactions:

“It's not just a parody, it has a message. Thumbs up, idol Bitoy!”
“Michael V is a legend. Super talented in many ways.”
“Ika nga, may asim pa! Kudos to Michael V. You’re a marvel in entertainment industry!”
“Sir Michael V should be a National Artist in our country because of his wonderful masterpieces!”
“Salute to this man! The content of this song is for equality and respect!”

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Watch the video here:

In a previous article by , Michael V and his wife renewed their wedding vows in Amanpulo.

Michael V, or Beethoven Michael del Valle Bunagan in real life, is a veteran Filipino actor, comedian, and director who already starred in many films including “Si Ayala at si Zobel,” “Mama's Boys,” and “Yaya and Angelina.”

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