- The wife of the driver of the motorcycle, which VP Leni rode going to the Cavite rally is now a Kakampink
- In a Facebook post, she shared a message of thanks to those who sponsored the campaign paraphernalia
- She retweeted her FB post and used the known hashtags for VP's campaign
- Kristine, along with her posts, also implored the public not to bash her since she is not related to them in any way
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Kristine Danica Mariano, the wife of the viral driver who brought VP Leni Robredo to the Cavite grand rally, shared on social media that she is now a proud Kakampink, a term that is used to refer to supporters of VP Leni.
In Twitter she used the hashtags #IpanaloNa10To and #NowProudKakampink as captions in a retweet of her Facebook post.
In FB, she said:
"Distribution time. Thank you po sa nag-sponsor para makapagpaprint po kami ng mga sticker at thank you po s anagpadala ng mga t-shirt at kung ano ano pa. God bless you po! Huwang lang po basta iboto, ikampanya rin po natin."
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Previous posts of Kristine showed how she lamented the kind of bashing that they received after her husband brought VP Leni to the Cavite grand rally.
She also posted about how "mabait" VP Leni is, according to her husband.
VP Leni Robredo is the incumbent vice president of the Philippines. She is a human rights lawyer. Her husband was the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo. They have three daughters.
Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and called out a video creator for making fake news. The video was undermining the numbers that attended the Iloilo grand rally of VP Leni Robredo. The comedian then said that the creator of the video must not invent stories. He then said that even the drone shot of VP is allegedly being photoshopped by the other camp.
VP Leni Robredo, during an interview with Cheryl Cosim in the Kandidatalks Go Negosyo Forum, answered the P500-bayad issue hurled by Rep. Boying Remulla. She explicitly said that there was no payment whatsoever since they don't even have money to do that, besides, they would not do that. VP Leni also mentioned that the energy level of the people denies such accusations. The Vice President also said that she feels sad that they had to resort to such actions.