- VP Leni Robredo turned emotional when Vice Ganda sang Rosas on stage during the miting de avance in Makati
- A zoomed in video of VP Leni showed tears freely flowing down her cheeks
- All the while, she was smiling and singing along
- The miting de avance was the culmination of the 3-month campaign prior to the May 9 elections
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A video of VP Leni getting emotional at the miting de avance in Makati has gone viral.
It was during the time that Vice was singing "Rosas," the song that was made for her.
The video showed tears flowing down her cheeks but she was still smiling, perhaps overwhelmed with emotion at the turnout of supporters, after a grueling 3-month campaign.
Vice's delivery was commendable as well as it was filled with such emotion.
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With Vice was Nica del Rosario who gave life to the song.
The netizen who shared the zoomed in video captioned it with, "Look our President being soft and emotional while Vice and Nica singing 'rosas' we love u @lenirobredo"
It was estimated that a crowd of 780,000 attended the Makati rally of VP Leni Robredo and Sen. Kiko Pangilinan. Many celebs also graced the rally.
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, namely, Aika, Patricia, and Jillian.
The video taken by a drone at the miting de avance of VP Leni Robredo has gone viral. It showed the extent of the area in Makati that Kakampinks filled. It was taken during the afternoon and it showed the behemoth crowd that gathered on Makati Ave.
The crowd estimate at the miting de avance of VP Leni and Sen. Kiko in Naga as of 8:30 pm was at 306,000. This estimate was given by the Incident Management Team. Earlier, it was estimated to be at 210,000 at aroun 7:30 pm, while before 6pm, it was estimated to be at 168,000. The Naga rally is considered as the second biggest in number.