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12:49 AM July 14, 2018

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1:03 AM July 14, 2018

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Is Baste Duterte running for a mayoral post next election?

BASTE DUTERTE – The presidential son Baste Duterte allegedly eyeing for a mayoral post next election has received various reactions from the people.

Baste Duterte has undeniably caught countless hearts after being introduced as the son of the present president Rodrigo Duterte because of his bad boy aura and smoking rugged looks.

He was previously linked to the Kapamilya actress Ellen Adarna but she spoke up about the split and revealed that before their “final break up”, they have gone through several ways of parting.

Meanwhile, aside from that aspect in the life of the presidential son, the people were left baffled after the speculations have surfaced that he is running for a position for the next national election.

Ingon nila marijuana pud daw ni?

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However, according to a previous report, Baste has this honest reasons why he is not having any political plans.

“I have no political plans. Hindi naman that I don’t consider because I need to plan things out, pero yung inclination ko, hindi talaga doon papunta. As much as possible, gusto ko talaga iwasan, kasi wala, e, magulo,” he said.

And now, a headline from a report of SunStar Cebu indicated, Baste Duterte eyes mayor’s seat in Danao City? Get out of here.”

Nakalibre na pud ko weeeee @jblaudio @jblph #JBLCharge3 @iantayao

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Based on the article, he is allegedly eyeing as Danao City Mayor in Cebu. And why not in Davao where his family is most influential?

“Sitting as mayor since 2013 is Ramonito Durano III. (From 2010 to 2013, it was Ramon “Doy” Durano Jr.) On his second term, Nito still qualifies for a third stint next year,” the report says.

Moreover, “If Baste would push through with his bid, he’d face the political giant in Danao who got 76.6 percent of the vote (as against rival Michael Enriquez’s 28.4 percent) in 2016 and 36,217 votes (versus Ramon “Boy” Durano’s 19,680) in 2013.”

What can you say about this?

Read also the previous article: MUST SEE! Attitude Of Baste Behind The Camera

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