Here’s what Vice Ganda has said amid issue involving Senator Trillanes.
VICE GANDA – The prominent Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda has reacted to the controversy of Senator Trillanes after his amnesty was revoked by President Duterte.
In the previous article, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV was caught amid controversy after President Rodrigo Duterte revoked his amnesty. He has reportedly failed to comply with the minimum requirements.
The president accordingly ordered for his arrest in “any lawful means”.
And with this, he is currently under the custody of the Senate.
The veteran actor Robin Padilla even slammed the senator in a live video saying, “Lumabas ka! Wag kang magtago sa saya ng Senado!”
“Dito po sa loob ay nagtatago ang isang senador na mismong hindi ho sumusunod sa batas,” he further added pointing to the Senate where he apparently is during the live feed.
And now, the comedian Vice Ganda from the Kapamilya network has also reacted to the issue of Trillanes staying at the Senate after Duterte ordered the authorities to arrest him.
Trillanes refused to leave the Senate unless his amnesty will be proved by the present administration as null and void.
“May shower naman siguro (sa senado),” he remarked.
“Iniisip ko kung hindi siya umuwi, siguro nagpa-drive thru na lang din yun o kaya pa-deliver. Sino kaya nagpa-deliver kay Trillanes?” he further asked out of curiosity.
However, after the humor of his previous statement, he expressed his high hopes for this matter to be resolved in a peaceful way.
“Sana maayos ang lahat. Sana magkabati-bati ang lahat. Sana maging safe ang lahat… Maiayos ang mga pagkakaiba-iba sa maayos na paraan,” he added.
However, he added an intriguing statement as if an advice to people to avoid hotels.
Marked already in the history, as much as everyone is probably aware of, Trillanes along with other personalities led a group of soldiers on the morning of November 29, 2007.
They went to Manila Peninsula to express their sentiments about the Arroyo administration.
The incident put Metro Manila under a red alert status.
Watch the video below:
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