Jake Ejercito, napatanong kung may mga aawit ba sa gitna ng madilim na panahon

Jake Ejercito, napatanong kung may mga aawit ba sa gitna ng madilim na panahon

- Jake Ejercito took to Instagram and posted a short but meaningful caption

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- He posted it amid the proclamation of President-elect Bongbong Marcos and Vice President-elect Sara Duterte

- The actor was asking, "In the dark times, will there also be singing?"

- Many netizens expressed their support and signified that they have sided with the truth

Jake Ejercito was among those who took to social media and made a meaningful post amid the proclamation of Bongbong Marcos as president-elect and also Sara Duterte as vice president-elect.

Jake Ejercito, napatanong kung may mga aawit ba sa gitna ng madilim na panahon
Photo: Jake Ejercito (@unoemilio)
Source: Instagram

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He posted a quote, "In the dark times, Will there also be singing? Yes, there will also be singing—About the dark times."

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Among those who reacted was Doc Tricia Robredo, where she posted a white heart emoji.

Many netizens commented in support of Jake.

We sided with TRUTH...we fought fair with eyes open, and hearts pure...we never lost, he never had a victory. It never was.
Im proud to say I stand in the correct side of history.
Like what Jennifer Lawrence said in Don't Look Up, "I'm grateful we tried"
.... still in pain but inspired to keep on.. Inspired by the calmness of Ma'am Leni..

Jake Ejercito is a Pinoy actor who appeared in several movies including Marry Me, Marry You, Mansyon, and Coming Home. He was born on March 27, 1990, to actress Laarni Enriquez and actor-turned-politician, former President Joseph “Erap” Ejercito Estrada. He is the father of Ellie Eigenmann, his daughter with Andi Eigenmann.

Jake Ejercito took to Twitter and paid tribute to Susan Roces, whom he fondly called as "Tita Swannie." He called her as the 14th First Lady and gave her a beautiful message, "Rest with angels." The actor then recalled how the well-respected veteran actress fought hard against the "Hello Garci" scandal of former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. In the video that Jake posted, it played the video of GMA saying sorry for "Hello Garci," and also the video of Susan, saying explicitly that she will not accept the apology.

Jake Ejercito has a new Facebook post and it's another cute convo that he had with his daughter, Ellie. In their conversation, the father and daughter were talking about someone's upcoming wedding. The celebrity dad asked Ellie if she wants to join him to attend the event. He then received an adorable response from his bright daughter.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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