- John Lapus took to Instagram and shared a new photo where a new Leni-Kiko frame could be seen
- The frame stated, "mga bading for Leni-Kiko"
- He then captioned his post with a message to his "sisters"
- The comedian, without directly saying it, was encouraging his fellows to vote for Leni-Kiko
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John Lapus took to Instagram and shared a new photo where he included a new Leni-Kiko frame.
He chose "Mga bading for Leni-Kiko" and the photo he included was that of him, wearing a pink getup with a matching scarf.
In the caption, John encouraged his sisters, "Alam niyo na mga sisters, anak at fellow Mama! #MightAsWell #LabanSweet #TheUniversalSweetSaga #IpanaloNaNatinIto"
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John has also been very vocal in supporting VP Leni Robredo and Sen. Kiko Pangilinan.
He would often voice out his sentiments and would state his reasons why he would be voting for the Leni-Kiko tandem.
Recently, when Rafael Ragos admitted in his affidavit that he was allegedly threatened, John then commented about it as well.
"Hindi din siguro nakakatulog ang mga ito sa sobrang konsensya.," said Joh.
He also praised some of the children and the young generation of today for making a stand.
Jonathan Anthony Solis Lapus, more popularly known as John or Sweet Lapus, is a Pinoy comedian, actor, host, and director. He is the brother of Bianca Lapus. John is known for his roles in many films like Shake, Rattle & Roll.
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