- Pokwang, in a recent social media post, revealed that like many “Kakampinks,” she was also saddened by the results of the elections
- The term “Kakampinks” refer to supporters of outgoing VP Leni Robredo, whose campaign color is pink
- In her post, Pokwang said that although she may be disappointed with the results, they all need to move on as there is still work to be done
- The comedienne then encouraged everyone to just hold on tight and trust that everything will be okay
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Pokwang, in a recent Twitter post, revealed that she, like many other “Kakampinks,” is also saddened by the results of the elections.
The term “Kakampinks” refer to supporters of outgoing VP Leni Robredo, whose campaign color of pink was appended to the tagalog word “kakampi,” which means ally, thereby creating the word kakampink.
In her tweet, Pokwang said that she met a lot of “Kakampinks” in Boracay who also expressed disappointment with the election results.
“Marami akong na meet na mga kakampinks dito sa boracay and syempre kagaya ko sad kmi,” Pokwang wrote in her Twitter post.
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However, she said that while she may be saddened by the outcome, everyone needs to move on as there is still work to be done.
“Pero sabi ko nga dahan, dahan move on at may mga trabaho pa tayong gagawin naghihintay,” the comedienne wrote.
She encouraged everyone to just hold on tight and trust that everything will be okay.
“So yes yakap lang at tiwala magiging ok din ang lahat,” she said.
The comedienne also asked everyone to support the NGO (non-government organization) Angat Buhay.
“And support natin ang NGO angat buhay,” Pokwang said.
Pokwang is among the most well-loved comediennes in the industry. Her frank and motherly ways are always "patok" among Filipinos. She used to be with ABS-CBN but moved to GMA during the pandemic.
She recently took to Instagram to thank Vice President Leni Robredo. In her post, Pokwang thanked VP Leni for letting her join her journey. She then mentioned that she will never regret voting and supporting VP Leni. Aside from this, Pokwang also thanked the volunteers who joined the campaign.
The comedienne also took to Twitter and expressed her sentiment post-election, saying that she has already accepted the results. She said that she hoped her BBM friends and relatives who borrowed money from her would also pay up. The comedienne added that what they were fighting for is already finished and both parties have said "bad" things. Pokie then added not to be "self-righteous."