- Vice Ganda recently took to social media express his support for VP Leni Robredo again
- In his post, Vice featured a specific clip from one of the episodes of "Everybody, Sing"
- The said episode featured that of factory workers who joined the contest
- At one point, in the viral video clip, Vice said, "Sana sa eleksyon, tayo ang manalo"
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Vice Ganda, 46, has once again expressed his support for Vice President Leni Robredo in a viral post about a certain episode of the show, Everybody, Sing!
On his Instagram account, @praybeytbenjamin, KAMI learned that the Unkabogable Star shared the episode of the show which featured factory workers.
In the video, contestants of the show shared some of their experiences in life which made Vice emotional on the show.
"Ang sarap sa pakiramdam ng nanalo 'no? Kung pwede lang sana tayong nanalo everyday, kaya sana sa eleksyon, tayo ang manalo," Vice said in the viral video clip.
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Meanwhile, in the caption of his viral post, Vice showed his support for VP Leni, stating, "Ipanalo natin ang ating bayan, ang ating mga pamilya, ang ating mga sarili."
At the end of his post on Instagram, Vice even included, "Kay Leni Robredo TAYONG MGA PILIPINO ang panalo."
It is worth recalling that Vice trended all over social media when he joined the Leni-Kiko rally in Pasay which stunned tons of netizens.
Watch the video below:
Vice Ganda is a famous comedian, actor, endorser, and host in the Philippines. He is best known for hosting “It’s Showtime” and for his commercially successful movies in the MMFF. The superstar is currently in a relationship with Ion Perez. Vice Ganda and Ion got their Certificate of Commitment in a special ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 19, 2021.
As previously reported by KAMI, Vice Ganda gave his companions a pleasant surprise by displaying his generosity. In a social media post by Vice’s co-host at It’s Showtime, Kim Chiu, the Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin appeared to pay for all their expenses in a restaurant. Vice also gave P1K tip to the waiter serving them, a relatively generous amount.
Meanwhile, Vice Ganda is celebrating his 46th birthday on Thursday, March 31. On Wednesday night, the comedian’s family and friends threw a surprise birthday party for him. His fellow It’s Showtime hosts took to social media to share videos showing glimpses of the celebration. Based on the videos, the intimate party was filled with stuff related to K-pop group BTS.