This is the truth about Bongbong Marcos booking Amanpulo for his victory party rumors.
BONGBONG MARCOS – The spokesperson of Bongbong Marcos clarifies that the rumor about his lavish victory party in Amanpulo is not true.
Amanpulo is an exclusive island in the Philippines often visited by rich and famous people. A few days of stay on the island cost hefty and how much more would it cost if one would rent the whole island? In a previous article, a post stating “BBM has booked the whole island of Amanpulo for his victory party. The days of Imeldific yore and opulence is back …” went viral.
It did not suit well to the people, most especially the anti-Marcos population. This rumor remains an intense topic online as of posting and just recently, the spokesperson of the presumptive president finally addressed this.
In an interview with Sa Totoo Lang of One PH, his spokesman Vic Rodriguez refuted the rumors. Accordingly, there’s no lavish event such as this. He directly turned down the rumors firmly stating that no celebration such as this may happen.
He said, “Ito’y gawa-gawa lang noong mga iresponsableng nagpo-post sa kanilang social media na iyan na naman, malisyoso ang pagpo-post.”
Photo lifted from The Filipino Times
Rodriguez then added a reminder to the people to be responsible for what they post online and to also be responsible for their actions. He then assured the people that once the confirmed booking of such an allegation, any proof, or photos might surface, they will absolutely get a reply from him.
On the other hand, prior to the official proclamation of Marcos as the 17th president of the Philippines, he boozed up with some of the business tycoons in the country. The group photo of BBM with his elite friends actually made rounds online.
Photo lifted from Rappler
Some of the wealthy personalities who were present at that event included Sabin Aboitiz (president and chief executive officer of the Aboitiz Group), Kevin Tan (CEO of Megaworld), Greggy Araneta (chief of PhilWeb Corporation and Araneta Properties), Miss Universe 1973 Margie Moran-Floirendo, and many more.
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