- Ogie Alcasid recently posted a video he personally took during the EDSA Revolution that happened 36 years ago
- According to Ogie, he was 19 years old when he filmed the video from the rooftop of the Polymedic General Hospital, now Victor R. Potenciano (VRP) Medical Center
- In the caption, the singer-songwriter shared what he observed about the bloodless revolution
- He also expressed that the celebration of its anniversary is a “celebration of love and hope”
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Ogie Alcasid has taken to social media to share a post commemorating the EDSA People Power Revolution.
On its 36th anniversary, Ogie shared an Instagram post containing a video he personally took during the said revolution.
“I was 19 years old when i shot this video from the rooftop of the Polymedic hospital,” the singer-songwriter penned in the caption.
Furthermore, Ogie shared what he observed about the bloodless revolution.
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“I witnessed what everyone referred to as ‘people power’. No one got hurt and all that was shared was love.”
“That was for me the essence of that event that we remember on this day. A celebration of love and hope,” he added.
Watch Ogie’s video below:
Ogie Alcasid is an actor, comedian, singer and television host in the Philippines. He previously worked for GMA-7. He is currently a Kapamilya celebrity and a regular performer on ASAP Natin'To. Regine Velasquez, his wife, is also a mainstay on the mentioned Sunday noontime variety program. Ogie is now a regular host on “It’s Showtime.”
In a previous report by KAMI, Ogie has expressed his full support for Vice President Leni Robredo’s presidential run. He believes that VP Leni is the most competent, honest, responsible, collaborative, and compassionate among the presidential candidates in the 2022 Election. The “It’s Showtime” host also urged Leni’s supporters to avoid fighting with those who support other candidates. According to Ogie, helping those people see the good qualities of Leni should be the priority of Leni’s supporters.
Earlier, Ogie and Leila Alcasid were featured on the online show "I Feel U" as guests. Ogie, according to Leila, has always been a kind father to her, despite having his personal struggles. When he was responding to his daughter's message, the famous OPM singer became emotional.