- Nikki Valdez took to Instagram and shared the total number of votes that VP Leni Robredo received
- It was 15,035,773 and Nikki said that she is really proud that she stood with the more than 15 million who voted for VP Leni Robredo
- "Loud and proud" was how Nikki described herself and she also added that she has no regrets whatsoever about having campaigned for VP Leni and Sen. Kiko Pangilinan
- According to Nikki, she fought for the future of her beloved country
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Nikki Valdez took to Instagram and expressed how proud she is of having stood with the 15,035,377 who voted for VP Leni Robredo.
She posted, "Loud and proud!! Nakiisa, tumindig."
The actress also said that she will hang on to this her entire life and that she has no regrets whatsoever for joining VP Leni and Sen. Kiko in fighting for the future of the country.
"LOUD and PROUD!!! NAKIISA. TUMINDIG. Habambuhay ko panghahawakan sa puso ko nang walang pagsisisi ang pagsama sa inyo @lenirobredo at @kiko.pangilinan na lumaban para sa kinabukasan ng mahal kong Pilipinas!"
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Many netizens then expressed their support for the actress, and those who voted for VP Leni also signified the same.
Me too. Kaisa ako na tumindig at isa ako sa15,035,773 na bumuto kay #lenikiko.. #kakampinkforever
Ofw para kay Leni! Tumindig at proud ❤️
Tumindig sa tama, 1 of 15M loud and proud
I am proud to be one of the 15M voters for Leni-Kiko
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