- Cavite 7th District Rep. Boying Remulla took a swipe at the attendees of the grand rally of VP Leni Robredo in Cavite
- He said that the attendees were paid with P500 each, saying that the rally was paid
- The congressman also said that they are desperate because of the survey of 64-15
- He then explained that 64 percent of the voters of Cavite prefer Bongbong Marcos while there is only 15 percent
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Cavite 7th District Rep. Boying Remulla, during a live interview in DZRH on Saturday said that the attendees of the Cavite grand rally of VP Leni Robredo were paid P500 each.
He even said that it was a desperate move since the survey in Cavite was 64-15, with 64 percent of the voters favoring Bongbong Marcos, while only 15 percent was for the pink or the dilaw.
"Sa siyudad ng Cavite, may politiko na nagbabayad ng limang daan sa bawat aattend. Tapos may jeep, tapos meron silang staging area, may t-shirt, may uniporme, kumpleto. Kaya alam mo na hindi indigenous kasi naka-uniporme. Hinahakot eh."
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"Kagabi ginastusan nila 'yun, siguro mahina-hina ‘yung mga anim hanggang walong milyon. Kasi nga desperado na. Kasi ang survey sa Cavite, 64-15."
He was then asked who the other candidate whom the 15 percent was supporting and he answered, "Si pink, si dilaw."
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.
VP Leni Robredo took to Twitter and personally thanked the wife of the driver of the motorcyle who brought her to the grand rally in Cavite. Replying to the tweet of Kristine Danica Mariano, she even said sorry for having used their motorcycle, as it was brought about by such great need. She then reiterated her thanks and told Kristine to tell her husband, Sherwin, that she says thank you for bringing her safely to the venue. In response, Kristine thanked VP profusely and even said that it was an honor for them to be of service to VP.
The wife of the driver of the motorcycle, which VP Leni rode going to the Cavite grand rally took to Twitter to express her thoughts on the event. She said that her husband is still feeling "kilig" and she was also quite anxious that their motorcycle was dirty. "Nakakahiya," she mentioned, perhaps thinking had they known VP Leni will ride it, they could have cleaned it up. Nonetheless, she really thanked VP for the honor of having used their motorcycle .