Sonny Trillanes, ipinasilip ang tinitirahang simpleng bahay sa vlog ni Ogie Diaz

Sonny Trillanes, ipinasilip ang tinitirahang simpleng bahay sa vlog ni Ogie Diaz

- Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV was recently featured on Ogie Diaz’s YouTube channel

- In a vlog, some glimpses of the former senator’s home were shown

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- The talent manager furthermore aired his comment on Trillanes’ house, “Ang simple lang ng bahay mo”

- Trillanes then explained why he and his family opted to live in their simple house

Ogie Diaz recently uploaded a new vlog where he interviewed Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV.

Sonny Trillanes, ipinasilip ang tinitirahang simpleng bahay sa vlog ni Ogie Diaz
Antonio "Sonny" Trillanes IV (@trillanessonny)
Source: Instagram

The vlog showed some glimpses of the former senator’s home where he and his family live.

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In the video, the talent manager also aired his comment on Trillanes’ house.

“Sen. eto nga, siyempre first na bisita ko sa bahay mo. Akala ko kasi 'pag senador, sobrang gagara ng mga bahay. Ang simple lang ng bahay mo pero 12 years kang senador."

Diaz then went on to ask, “So I'm sure itatanong ng mga iba, wala bang naisubí si Sen. bilang siya ay naging senador, para magkaroon ng magarang bahay?”

To which Trillanes replied, “Wala tayong nasubí na para sa gano'n. Pero nag-iinvest din tayo para sa future nu'ng mga bata and in case mawala ako for some reason. So may mga hinuhulugan din na iba't ibang bagay. Investment o property. Pero dito, happy na ako rito e.”

“To be honest, bahay 'to ng biyenan ko e. So, nasanay na rito 'yung mga bata,” the politician added.

Watch the said discussion at 14:22 of this video:

Antonio Trillanes is a former Senator of the Republic of the Philippines. He continues to be one of the staunchest critics of President Rodrigo Duterte and his allies. He is also known for his involvement in the Oakwood mutiny of 2003 and the Manila Peninsula siege in 2007 in protest against the Arroyo administration. Trillanes and his men were charged in a general court-martial. He was detained for nearly seven and a half years.

In an interview with Ogie Diaz, Trillanes could not help but cry while recalling some of the difficult moments in his life.

Earlier, he and Robin Padilla slammed each other’s views regarding the government’s response against the novel coronavirus disease pandemic. Trillanes first mentioned Robin on Twitter for the actor’s statement about Filipinos complaining amid the health crisis. Robin later on penned a lengthy Instagram post defending himself and the Duterte administration.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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