- Andy Bautista, the former chief of the PCGG has reacted to a possible sighting of allegedly the Picasso painting on the walls of the Marcos home
- He took a screenshot of the TV Patrol report and included a red arrow pointing to the alleged invaluable painting
- Aside from Bautista, the "Kingmaker" director Lauren Greenfield also tweeted that "Picasso is back"
- In 2014, the Pablo Picasso painting is among the pieces that was ordered by the Sandiganbayan to be seized from the Marcoses
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Andy Bautista, the former chief of the Presidential Commission on Good Governance, took to Twitter and alerted the new PCGG that the Picasso is back on the walls of the Marcos home.
He appealed to the new PCGG to seize the painting for the Filipino people while they still can.
"PCGG, the Picasso is back! Please seize it for the Filipino people while you still can!" tweeted Bautista.
He took a screenshot of a segment of TV Patrol where Bongbong Marcos visited his mother, former First Lady Imelda Marcos.
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It was on that segment that Bautista noticed the alleged painting that the Sandiganbayan ordered seized from the Marcoses in 2014.
Aside from Bautista, the director of the documentary "Kingmaker," also noticed the same painting and tweeted, "Picasso is back," as per the report of CNN.
The camp of BBM also reacted to it. In a press conference, BBM Spox Atty. Vic Rodriguez, said, "Umuwi ho kayo rito, dito niyo gawin ang inyong alegasyon nang sa ganun mapanagot din po namin kayo dun sa napakaraming bintang at alegasyon tungkol sa kung paano ninyo pinatakbo yung 2016 elections."
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, also popularly known as BBM, is a Pinoy politician famous for being the only son of the late President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. He served as Ilocos governor from 1998 to 2007 and then as congressman after stepping down as governor. In 2010, He won a seat in the Philippine Senate.
Michael V penned a meaningful poem about Bongbong Marcos winning the presidency. The Kapuso star, a supporter of Leni Robredo, said that he has accepted Bongbong’s landslide victory. Likewise, he expressed his wish for BBM to have a long life and to succeed as the leader of the nation. He also promised to never enter politics and stay in show business.
Gab Valenciano recently posted on social media a selfie showing him smiling. In the caption, Gab penned a meaningful and inspiring message to his followers. He optimistically wrote that “the fight for a better tomorrow starts from deep within yourself.”