Idol singer Matty Juniosa, hindi raw tinanggap ang alok na kumanta sa BBM campaign

Idol singer Matty Juniosa, hindi raw tinanggap ang alok na kumanta sa BBM campaign

- Idol singer Matty Juniosa took to Twitter and shared his own personal choice about singing at a campaign

- In a post, he said that he was allegedly offered to sing for a BBM campaign in their city

- However, he said that he could not just do it and that he would rather choose to be a broke singer

- While he may be in need of money, based on his post, he still chose to give up an opportunity

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Idol singer Matty Juniosa, took to Twitter and narrated how he was allegedly offered by the BBM camp to sing for the campaign in his city.

Idol singer Matty Juniosa, hindi raw tinanggap ang alok na kumanta sa BBM campaign
Photo: Screenshot from Tonight with Boy Abunda
Source: Facebook

He said that he declined that offer because he just can't do it.

He then lamented that he might be a broke singer but he could not do what was offered to him.

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"Today I declined an offer to sing for a BBM campaign in my city. Might be a broke singer but I just can’t do it."

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He then added, "Lord, please #LetLeniLead and give me some kind of work. I’m broke but the only thing I’m desperate for is a win for Leni."

Matty previously was a guest of Tonight With Boy Abunda.

Many netizens must have been touched by his tweet that they also tried to help in their own little way.

Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, also popularly known as BBM, is a Pinoy politician famous for being the only son of the late President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. He served as Ilocos governor from 1998 to 2007 and then as congressman after stepping down as governor.

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