- Pokwang posted online about the difficulties of being a single mother after her breakup with Lee O’Brian
- The comedienne revealed in the comments section of her post that she sometimes thinks about asking Sen. Raffy Tulfo for help
- According to Pokwang, her sadness will finally end once Lee is deported from the Philippines
- She also speculated about the reason why Lee does not want to leave the country
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Pokwang recently went viral after opening up on Instagram about the challenges of being a single mother. Pokwang has become a single mom to her daughter Malia since the former‘s highly-publicized breakup with the child’s father, Lee O’Brian.
In the comments section of the post, Pokwang revealed that she sometimes contemplate about asking Senator Raffy Tulfo to help her with her conflict with “Kano,” who netizens assumed is Lee O’Brian.
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She added that if Lee gets deported, it would end her sadness. It can be recalled that Pokwang filed a deportation case against the American actor at the Bureau of Immigration.
Lastly, Pokwang speculated that Lee does not want to leave the country because he is living the life of a king here in the Philippines with the support of “primitives.”
Marietta Subong or 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. Some of her popular movies are “Call Center,” “A Mother’s Story,” and “Edsa Woolworth.” She has two daughters, Mae and Malia. Her split with Lee O'Brian has caused a buzz on social media.
In other news, Pokwang treated her social media followers to an adorable video showing Malia and Eugene Domingo. According to the Kapuso celebrity mom, the reel shows Malia’s Tagalog lesson with Eugene. Eugene can be heard and seen asking, “Masarap ang fried chicken?” The five-year-old celebrity baby then enthusiastically answered in Tagalog.
Pokwang also tweeted about Korean star Ryan Bang's wish to live in the Philippines permanently. The comedienne praised Ryan as a good person, contrasting with some other foreigners possibly having ulterior motives. Netizens speculated that her comments were hinting at Lee O’Brian, her former American partner. Pokwang made headlines months ago after going to the Bureau of Immigration to file a deportation case against Lee.
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