- Joey De Leon, in a social media post, once again made a post that appear to allude to someone or something he didn’t identify
- In his socmed post, the TV host and comedian referred to “da aders” as unoriginal
- He didn’t make any clarifications as to who “da aders” or “the others” that he’s referring to
- It can be recalled that he recently made another wordplay about being original and how the phrase’s initials could take on another meaning if written two times and put side by side
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Joey De Leon, in a recent post on his Instagram account, once again wrote a post that seem to allude to someone or something which he didn’t identify.
In his social media post, the TV host and comedian talked about being original and “da aders” as unoriginal.
“Da barkads an original, da aders unoriginal ,” Joey wrote in his post.
However, he didn’t identify, nor make any clarifications, if he was trying to deliver a message to someone with his post.
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It can be recalled that the “henyo” of wordplay also made a post recently about being original and how the phrase’s initials could take on another meaning if it’s written two times and placed side by side.
“B O is Be Original. Pag dalawa na kayo, eh di B O B O na yung isa!” Joey wrote then in a previous post.
Jose Maria Ramos de Leon Jr., known professionally as Joey de Leon, is an iconic actor, comedian, and television host in the Philippines. He is a member of the comedy trio Tito, Vic and Joey that has made several comedy movies and TV shows. Joey is also best known for being a pioneer host of the longest-running noontime show in the country, “Eat Bulaga.” It premiered on July 30, 1979. Just recently, the Intellectual Property of the Philippines has issued a Certificate of Renewal to Television and Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE Inc.) for the “Eat Bulaga” trademark.
Recently, his Instagram post about the title "Eat Bulaga" also made rounds on social media. According to Joey, he had fun creating the catchy title. He also expressed his honest reaction that parties are battling for the title’s ownership.
He also previously went viral due to his cryptic post about the meaning of creativity. The ‘E.A.T.’ host described a creative person as someone who has a vision of things that do not exist yet. He then emphasized that he, Vic, and Tito have been existing for 44 years now. Finally, Joey asked, “wala ba kayong mga mata?”, before advising the recipient of his message to be creative.
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