Joey de Leon Shares E.A.T. Theme Song Japanese Version

Netizens reacted to this recent post by Joey de Leon

Henyo Master Joey de Leon shared the Japanese version of the E.A.T. theme song in a recent Instagram post that he shared.

Joey has been using his social media pages to express his thoughts on issues between their camp and the camp of the Kapuso noontime show Eat Bulaga. It is known to many that it is Joey who created the said title.

He even shared in a previous interview how he came up with the Eat Bulaga title. However, after departing from TAPE Inc., Joey, and his fellow veteran hosts Vic and Tito Sotto weren’t able to use the title of the longest-running noontime show.

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Photo credit: Eat Bulaga Twitter

Amid the issue and the ongoing legal battle between the two camps, Joey de Leon would share intriguing posts that would easily be detected by netizens as his “patama” to the Kapuso show and the production company behind it.

One example was when he said that “fake” is “B O B O” because if there is only one it is “be original” while having two already is “B O B O.” Obviously, the Henyo Master was playing with words again in this post.

The TVJ and the legit Dabarkads are not using the theme song of Eat Bulaga which is credited to Vic Sotto.

However, the tune of the song was used in this Japanese version that Joey shared on Instagram. In the video, this was written, “E.A.T. Theme Song / Japanese Version / Covered by Hachi Joseph Yoshida.”

In the comment section, netizens expressed that they like this version. There were also those who anticipated that this will be played on EAT soon. Instagram user @immanuel.oo has this comment, “Let’s have an anime-like video for this, Sir Joey. [grinning face with smiling eyes emoji] legit dabarkads ang characters, siempre.”

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