Ogie Diaz Slams Man Who Destroys “Leni-Kiko” Poster “Nakaukit sa puso namin ang pink”

Ogie Diaz to Man Who Destroys “Leni-Kiko” Poster “Nakaukit sa puso namin ang pink”

The Filipino celebrity Ogie Diaz lambasted a male resident in viral video for destroying a “Leni-Kiko” poster.

Over the past few months, the presidential candidates become the most discussed personalities on social media. The candidates became more popular after the official campaign period started.

The supporters of various candidates have started to distribute flyers and install posters in various areas to endorse the presidential bets. However, several individuals ended up making inappropriate act just to show their oppositions towards other candidates.

Ogie Diaz

A Facebook user named JeanHarry Condecido has shared the video footage of several residents destroying a “Leni-Kiko” poster.  The video garnered various reactions from the online community.

In the video, it can be seen that a man removed the poster of VP Leni Robredo and Senator Kiko Pangilinan. The furious man expressed his rage and fearlessly destroyed the poster without any hesitation.

In two other videos, two guys removed a “Leni-Kiko” poster from the gate to show their opposition to the presidential candidate. “Your politics define you,” Condecido wrote in the caption.

Ogie Diaz

Ogie Diaz saw the video and expressed his disappointment to the act of those individuals. He lambasted those resident for their alleged disrespectful act and explained that “Pink” is in the heart of Leni’s supporters.

“Tarpaulin lang yan. Nakaukit sa puso namin ang pink.

Masusugatan pa kayo niyan sa ginagawa nyong yan eh. Depende kung saan nyo gustong masugatan. Sa kanan o kaliwang braso,” Diaz wrote on his post.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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