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LOOK: Anonuevo, Tolentino train with Pelicans Hayes

US training is underway for FEU's Cholo Anonuevo and and Fil-Am big man Sage Tolentino. East-West Private shared a photo of the two getting private runs with Jaxson Hayes.         View this post on Instagram                   Thank you @sideshowjax_ for mentoring these young men! Payton you always know how to host a great run. And @akunk05 you always bring it! #blessed #giveback #sideshowjax #nba #letsgo #griffinboys #ewp A post shared by EWP (@eastwestprivate) on Aug 24, 2020 at 9:17pm PDT Hayes, the no. 8 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, recently wrapped up his rookie season with the New Orleans Pelicans. Anonuevo, FEU-Diliman's 6'4" forward went to the US back in July for training after signing with EWP. Meanwhile, Tolentino is a legit 7-foot teen that played high school ball in Hawaii. The Fil-Am prospect recently received an offer to play for the Kansas Jayhawks. Anonuevo and Tolentino also both received offers to play for Tennessee State.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource: abscbn abscbnAug 25th, 2020

Hayes 3 taon ang sentensya

SINENTENSIYAHAN si New Orleans Pelicans center Jaxson Hayes ng tatlong taong probation, 450 hours ng community serive at isang taon ng weekly domestic violence classes dahil sa pakikipagbuno sa mga Los Angeles police. The post Hayes 3 taon ang sentensya first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsJun 19th, 2022

Like Sotto, Tolentino, Anonuevo get offers from US NCAA schools

Kai Sotto remained the center of attention, but Sage Tolentino and Cholo Anonueveo also got noticed in the United States basketball scene. And it won't take long for Lebron Lopez to gain keen observers, too......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 8th, 2020

Built by Bo, bonded for Bo, believe in Bo

This is not the first time that Bo Perasol has had a recruiting haul this huge. Now heading into his fifth season in the University of the Philippines, he has brought in blue-chip recruits such as Gerry Abadiano and Carl Tamayo and talented transferees like Joel Cagulangan, CJ Cansino, and Malick Diouf to a team that already has Bright Akhuetie, Kobe Paras, and Ricci Rivero. And don't forget that Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan are only sitting out the next season - and what lies beyond for them is yet to be determined. This is not that different from his time in Ateneo de Manila University when he scored UAAP Jrs. Season MVP Jerie Pingoy, UAAP Jrs. Finals MVP Hubert Cani, NCAA Mythical selection CJ Perez, and NCAA Jrs. standout Arvin Tolentino in his first few years. Those promising prospects then joined forces with Blue Eagle stalwarts Kiefer Ravena and Von Pessumal Unfortunately, all of Pingoy, Cani, Perez, and Tolentino - along with the rest of the so-called "Magnificent 7" - found themselves with academic deficiencies and, therefore, ineligible by the blue and white's standards. Not long after, they transferred to different schools and squads and then had varying degrees of success. Will Coach Bo's tale get a different ending this time with the Fighting Maroons? Perasol is making sure of that. "From my experience in Ateneo, natuto ako. Ngayon, meron kaming grupo sa programa na nagha-handle lang ng academics ng players," he shared. He then continued, "Sinasamahan sila sa mga klase, pinapakilala sa mga propesor, ine-explain na player natin yan, pag merong problema, coordinate lang po tayo." Apparently, this academic assistance team is made up of former student-managers who have graduated. Now, their first job is all about seeing to it that State U would not have to go through the same sort of headache Ateneo had with its "Magnificent 7." With that, you could be sure that UP's pillars of honor and excellence still stand strong even as all these new faces join Men's Basketball Team. "Walang special consideration. Pumapasok sila, bumabagsak sila. Binibigyan sila ng extra work, humihingi sila ng extra work," Coach Bo said. He then continued, "Ang ine-explain ko lagi sa players at sa professors, ang mahalaga, basta masipag pumasok at nagpapakita ng intensyong matuto." STARRING AND STRIKING At present, just about everybody is still getting used to blue-chip recruits and talented transferees going for UP. That is why there are more questions than answers each and every time they announce a new player. And along with the question of whether or not all these new faces would be up to par in terms of the honor and excellence the Philippines' prime public university prides itself in, there is a question of just how the Fighting Maroons got here in the first place. How could State U, not that far removed from its self-proclaimed "dark days," get all of these players? And not just players, at that, but many big name players. The categorical answer? The program could now afford it. "Meron nang pondo salamat sa sponsors," head coach Bo Perasol explained. "For example, kung makikita mo lang yung patches sa harap ng jersey, malaking pera yun. Nag-aagawan ang marami para dun." At present, the shot-caller said that UP has eight corporate sponsors all getting together for the funds for the program. And unlike Ateneo which has Manny V. Pangilinan or National University which has Hans Sy as primary backers, the Fighting Maroons' system is quite different. "Ang source ng funds ng UP, halos lahat galing sa alumni. Tapos lahat yun, mina-manage ng nowheretogobutUP," coach Bo said. According to its website, nowheretogobutUP (NTGBUP) is "a volunteer group of UP alumni that aims to help, assist, and support the development, improvement, and advancement of the varsity program of UP." All of the finances it manages, however, are not necessarily donations. As Perasol put it, "Yung model ng UP is unique kasi yung support nila, kailangan may balik din from us." For example, the tactician said that many of their players have made appearances, online in this continuing COVID-19 crisis and in person prior to the pandemic, to cheer up employees of Palawan Pera Padala, one of the team's sponsors. More importantly, Coach Bo reminded yet again that the only reason they have all these new faces is because they have to. He pointed out how Abadiano and Filipino-American Sam Dowd would make up for the losses of Jun Manzo and Juan GDL as well as how Diouf and Cansino are already waiting in the wings once Bright Akhuetie and Ricci Rivero graduate. "We're also recruiting for the impending need," Perasol said. "Hindi naman ito biglaan. Since nagsimula kami rito, we all did this nang dahan-dahan lang. Kaya rin yung support from alumni for funding, hindi na rin naging mahirap." DREAMING Still, the mere fact that UP is now a big-time player on and off the court in collegiate basketball seemed so farfetched just five years ago. Before Bo Perasol, the Fighting Maroons were stuck in a vicious cycle. Now, though, they have back-to-back playoff appearances and have traded blows with traditional powerhouses for recruits and transferees. All of this made possible because the very moment he came in, Coach Bo already knew the secret to success. "You cannot build a program without funds," he said. Perasol furthered that his biggest takeaway from his time in Ateneo was that competing with the traditional powerhouses on the court entailed competing with them as well off of it. "Alam ko yung kakayanan ng Ateneo and siyempre, kakumpetensya ko rin nun yung La Salle so alam ko rin yung kanila. Ganun na rin ang kakayanan ng NU and yung iba pa, kakayanin din nila kung gustuhin nila," he said. He then continued, "Kaya kung ang objective ng programa is to be in the top four, your program should be levelled din sa capacity ng top four." The General Santos native then went on to point out how training in the country or abroad, recruitment local and overseas, housing, and food and nutrition all have costs. "To sum it up, everything you're going to do would entail financing. Hindi ito kakayanin ng UP as a public school dahil wala namang pondo ang gobyerno para dyan," he said. He then continued, "Ang pinakasagot nalang ng school is yung scholarship. And siyempre, yung nag-aaral ka sa UP." That doesn't mean, however, that their hands were tied. In fact, the answer to the questions had always been there. "The good thing about UP is there's millions of alumni all over the world and a lot are successful people and businessmen who are willing to help," Perasol said. BELIEVING Indeed, having educated Filipinos for over 112 years now, UP has, without a doubt, more than a few successful alumni. It was all a matter of uniting - and then unleashing - them. Even before Bo Perasol came home to Diliman, NTGBUP was already organized. They were not necessarily thrilled with the Fighting Maroons, though. "Nung una, dahan-dahan lang, ambag-ambag lang para merong kakainin, pambayad sa dorm. Merong nag-donate ng shoes," Coach Bo said. He then continued, "Pero siyempre, they want first and foremost a program with improvements and direction." NTGBUP and the UP community got just that from Perasol as a 3-11, seventh-place finish in 2015 became a 5-9, sixth-place finish in 2016 in Coach Bo's first year. In his second year, the squad improved to a  6-8, fifth-place finish. From there, the Fighting Maroons have been in the Final Four for back-to-back years now - and even made the Finals in 2018. "Nagsimula maging excited ang alumni nung nagsimula ring manalo," he shared. "When we started winning, nagkaroon hindi lang ng physical support, but financial support as well. We were ascending eh." In his third year at the helm, State U, finally, officially had corporate sponsors. And you know how that year went? That was when they ended a 21-year Final Four drought and then a 32-year Finals absence. Safe to say, the sleeping giant was awoken. "Yes, sleeping giant talaga tayo and when we say nagising, ang pinaka-catalyst was the winning," its fearless leader said. Now, UP MBT has a mean machine of financial support on its back, paving the path for its big-time recruiting haul in 2020. Even better, they now have a loud and proud fanbase that is making up for all the lost time they stayed away during the "dark days." "Actually, sa pitches ko sa recruitment, kasama sa presentation ko yung machi-cheer sila nang ganung klaseng crowd," Coach Bo said. SURVIVING At the same time, though, that loud and proud fanbase expects much, much more from this brand new power. For each and every one of them, Bo Perasol has but one reminder. "What we have done in the past years is to level up lang. We have a new gym, we have all these players, we can train abroad," he said. He then continued, "Pero yung mga Ateneo, La Salle, 20 to 30 years na nilang ginagawa yan. What we did was just to level up alongside them." Again and again, Coach Bo has said that what he has been doing is, put simply, putting UP in the best position to win. Still, with a roster as overflowing with talent as this, he could only acknowledge that just about everybody sees them as having gone championship or bust. Credit to him, however, Perasol was blunt with his assessment that he would also be disappointed if they would not be able to taste their first championship since 1986 sooner than later. "Yes, it will be a failed plan kung hindi tayo makakakuha ng championship in the next three to five years," he said. He then continued, "Yan naman talaga ang plano and ang ginagawa natin ngayon is all going towards that objective." And again and again, he is putting all those great expectations on his shoulders - and on his shoulders alone. "Ako naman, hindi ko rin pwedeng hindi gawin itong ganitong recruitment kasi hindi rin naman ako magkakaroon ng chance kung ganun. I have to be in the best position to succeed so that we are in the best position to succeed," he said. Only time would tell if all the seeds he has sown would bear fruit. But Coach Bo is already guaranteeing that whatever happens then, he would have no regrets. "In the end, alam ko namang babalik ang lahat sa akin. Alam na alam ko namang ako ang leader ng team," he said. He then continued, "Ang mahalaga is we gave ourselves a chance. Anuman ang outcome, basta nabigyan natin ang sarili natin ng pagkakataon." After years and years and years as the laughingstock of men's basketball, it looks like it's now UP's turn to smile and wave. Whether or not that ultimately turns into jumps for joy for their first title in three decades remains to be seen. But maybe, just maybe, Coach Bo is right - this is all worth it just to have a chance to compete. Just remember that in the "dark days," that chance to compete wasn't there at all. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 30th, 2020

Sage Tolentino, Cholo Anonuevo get offers from Tennessee State in US NCAA

Filipino teen sensations Sage Tolentino and Cholo Anonuevo could fly the flag high in one US NCAA squad soon after receiving offers from the Tennessee State University, they announced Monday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 24th, 2020

Sage Tolentino officially a part of East West Private with Kai Sotto

The 7-foot-1 prodigy momentarily left home in Honolulu to bolster EWP’s training camp in Atlanta with the 7-foot-2 Sotto, FEU Guard Cholo Anonuevo and another Fil-Am standout Jayden Harper......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 5th, 2020

7-foot Fil-Am hoops prospect Sage Tolentino channels inner-Manny Pacquiao in workout video

7-foot Filipino-American high school prospect Sage Tolentino isn’t a household name yet, but don’t be surprised if he becomes one in the near future.  The 16-year old is currently ranked as the top high school player in Hawaii, and should be a coveted recruit for any university, or eventually follow in the footsteps of fellow towering Pinoy Kai Sotto in the G-League.  Tolentino could also be one of the cornerstones of future Philippine National Teams, with the SBP already reaching out to him.  Always looking for new ways to push himself and improve physically, it looks like Tolentino is keen on taking up another sport as a form of cross-training.  A video posted on East West Private’s Instagram page shows Tolentino trying his hand at boxing, channeling Filipino boxing legend and eight-division world champion Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao.          View this post on Instagram                   When training for your future basketball dreams it doesn’t always mean you find yourself daily on the court. @mannypacquiao Sage said he LOVED IT! Maybe one day you can come train with @kzsotto and @sagee23_ for some cross training. Show them a few moves. At EWP today our goal for Sage was: - Hand-eye coordination - Understanding time and space - Footwork relative to basketball, positioning, and leverage - Learning how to stay focused through fatigue - Muscular endurance - Controlled aggression A post shared by EWP (@eastwestprivate) on Jul 2, 2020 at 4:25am PDT “When training for your future basketball dreams, it doesn’t always mean you find yourself daily on the court,” the post’s caption read, before giving a shout out to Pacquiao himself and inviting him to train Tolentino and the G-League-bound Sotto.  Boxing is actually a pretty popular cross-training sport for a lot of NBA players, as it’s a good way to build up cardio and improve footwork.  Stars like Damian Lillard, Joel Embiid, Kyle Kuzma, John Wall, and many others have put on a pair of 16-ounce gloves and hit the mitts to keep themselves in tip-top shape during the off-season.  With Pacquiao being an avid hoops fan himself, what’s the likelihood that he does bite on the offer to help train two of the Philippines’ most promising young stars?.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2020

Kat Tolentino: How she ended up as a Lady Eagle

Suffering an injury is a dreadful experience for any athlete. What more if it’s a career-threatening one? Kat Tolentino went through three harrowing knee injuries in a span of three years – two of those she suffered while in Canada. But those misfortunes played a big role in convincing Tolentino to fly to the Philippines and eventually become one of the most recognized names in collegiate volleyball. The Ateneo de Manila University volleyball star in an interview on So She Did podcast shared how she ended up in the Lady Eagles' nest.   “It was actually a long story but basically, when I was in Grade 11, my brother was out there in the Philippines already, he was playing basketball for Ateneo and I was just visiting him for vacation,” said Kat, sister of former Blue Eagle Vince. The Ateneo volleyball management that time already knew who the 6-foot-2 spiker was and she was invited to train with the then Roger Gorayeb-mentored Lady Eagles. “I actually don’t even have the shoes at that time or any like knee pads,” she recalled. “So I have to borrow from my cousin and then I borrowed knee pads from the men’s team.” She played with the team but it didn’t convince her to follow the footsteps of her brother, living alone in a tropical country that is thousand of miles away from home. “For me I was in Grade 11 at that time and I didn’t really think like, ‘Oh I want to go to the Philippines’. In fact, I was kind of confused why my brother moved there,” said Tolentino, who is currently back in Canada after the cancellation of the UAAP Season 82 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “I think, it’s just crazy because at that time, I was getting mad at my mom because I was like, ‘Why are you making me move to the Philippines?’ I was only like Grade 11,” she added. Tolentino that time wasn’t ready to get out of her comfort zone. Naturally, she chose to stay in the Great White North. Tolentino was in University of Canada when she suffered her second left anterior cruciate ligament injury in 2014, a year after her first.    “I went to University in Canada for one year and I don’t know if you know that I had three ACL injuries. So the second ACL injury, I was in University in Canada but I just decided after I got the second one in Canada, I needed change and I wanted to experience something different,” she said. Tolentino thought a new environment might change her fortune. Luckily, the Lady Eagles’ door remained open. “Ateneo contacted me when they heard I got injured again,” she said. “They said that they’re still willing to help me and wanted to help me with my rehab and therapy and they had a very good surgeon. So yeah, they just called up and I ended up there.” The hype was high for the Fil-Canadian when she finally got the chance to don the blue and white when the then two-time UAAP champion Ateneo joined the now defunct Shakey’s V-League Collegiate Conference in July 2015. But the injury bug followed her to the Philippines and once again bit Tolentino hard. The hitter suffered a right ACL injury while warming up and had to undergo another operation and months of rehabilitation. She was forced to miss UAAP Season 78 and watched helplessly from the sidelines as archrival De La Salle University dethroned the Lady Eagles. After months of therapy, Tolentino finally made her official debut in the UAAP in Season 79 in 2017 – a victorious welcome over University of Sto. Tomas. Ateneo fell short in the Finals that year. The following season, the Lady Eagles missed the championship entirely for the first time in six years. In Season 81, Tolentino helped Ateneo capture its third title. She announced after winning the crown that she’s leaving the team but decided to make a return for a swan song this year. Unfortunately, the league cancelled the tournament after just four playdates. Asked if she’ll be back for another tour of duty if given the chance, Tolentino admitted that she’s still thinking about it. “I think for me it’s not something I can decide now,” she said. “I would be thankful if they would allow me to go back but I can’t say anything right now.” Looking back, Tolentino would like to think that her second ACL injury brought her to Ateneo. It wasn’t the best of situation to be in to make a life-changing decision but it in the end it turned out just fine.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2020

McColumm pumirma ng $64M kontrata sa Pelicans

MANILA, Philippines – Pumirma na ng dalawang taong contract extension sa New Orleans Pelicans si CJ McCollum na magdadala sa kanya sa 2025-2026 season, ayon sa agent nitong si Sam Goldfeder. Apat na taong maglalaro si McCollum sa Pelican kasama sina Brandon Ingram at Zion Williamson. Kinukumpleto ng extension ni McCollum ang isang priority sa […] The post McColumm pumirma ng $64M kontrata sa Pelicans appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsSep 25th, 2022

Chito Loyzaga is PH chef de mission for 32nd SEAG

CEBU CITY, Philippines—Another basketball legend will be the chef de mission of the country for the 32nd Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) to be held in Cambodia in 2023. Basketball great Joaquin “Chito” Loyzaga was recently appointed by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) as chef de mission for the Philippine delegation.  POC President Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino made […] The post Chito Loyzaga is PH chef de mission for 32nd SEAG appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 19th, 2022

Powerful earthquake hits southeast Taiwan, tsunami warning issued

TAIPEI, Sept 18 (Reuters) – A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit the sparsely populated southeastern part of Taiwan on Sunday, the island’s weather bureau said, with some initial reports of damage including a derailed train carriage, and sparking tsunami warnings. The weather bureau said the epicentre was in Taitung county, and followed a 6.4 magnitude temblor […] The post Powerful earthquake hits southeast Taiwan, tsunami warning issued appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 18th, 2022

Obiena recharges his batteries in Tagaytay after his 6-gold medal harvest in Europe

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The World No. 3 pole vaulter Ernest John “EJ” Obiena is seen enjoying the start of his short vacation in Tagaytay City.  Obiena, who recently wrapped up his highly successful 2022 season, was welcomed in Tagaytay City, Batangas by no less than Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) President Rep. Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino. […] The post Obiena recharges his batteries in Tagaytay after his 6-gold medal harvest in Europe appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 16th, 2022

Wilbert Tolentino may hugot sa taong matigas ang ulo, may pinatatamaan nga ba?

PALAISIPAN ngayon sa mga Marites kung sino nga ba ang tinutukoy ng vlogger at talent manager na si Wilbert Tolentino na taong may “katigasan ng ulo”. Tila may laman kasi ang Facebook post nito noong Huwebes, Setyembre 15. Ani Wilbert, “Something to ponder : Kung may problema ka sa trabaho or may ugali kang katigasan […] The post Wilbert Tolentino may hugot sa taong matigas ang ulo, may pinatatamaan nga ba? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 16th, 2022

Wilbert Tolentino pumalag sa blind item tungkol kay Herlene Budol: Obligasyon kong protektahan siya

NAG-REACT ang talent manager na si Wilbert Tolentino sa isang blind item na ang pinatutungkulan raw ay ang alaga niyang si Binibining Pilipinas 2022 1st runner-up Herlene Budol. Ayon sa blind item, “uma-attitude” at “bibidahin” na raw ang isang magandang comedienne na nagbago ng image. Kaya naman hindi napigilan ni Wilbert ang magsalita patungkol sa […] The post Wilbert Tolentino pumalag sa blind item tungkol kay Herlene Budol: Obligasyon kong protektahan siya appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 8th, 2022

Former USJ-R varsity Ando added to Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3×3 squad

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Former University of San Jose-Recoletos Baby Jaguars Dave Ando and ex-Rain or Shine Elasto Painter Vince Tolentino are the latest members of the Chooks to Go Pilipinas 3×3 team. Tolentino and Ando signed a three-year deal with Chooks-to-Go on Tuesday evening as announced by the team. The signing was held at […] The post Former USJ-R varsity Ando added to Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3×3 squad appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 31st, 2022

Aiko nakiusap na pagbigyan siyang magbalik-teleserye: Yung kikitain ko po idadagdag ko rin sa ipangtutulong ko

KASADO na ang pagsisimula ng pangatlong installment ng “Mano Po Legacy” na “The Flower Sisters.” Tampok bilang “The Flower Sisters” sina Aiko Melendez, Beauty Gonzalez, Thea Tolentino, at Angel Guardian. Pasok din sa cast sina Isabel Rivas, Paul Salas, Sue Prado, Mikee Quintos, Tony Revilla, Marcus Madrigal, Tanya Garcia, Sophia Senoron, Reins Mika, at Kimson […] The post Aiko nakiusap na pagbigyan siyang magbalik-teleserye: Yung kikitain ko po idadagdag ko rin sa ipangtutulong ko appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 28th, 2022

Antique farmers train on inbred rice production, mechanization

SAN JOSE DE BUENAVISTA, Antique - Six batches composed of 150 farmers from the Municipality of Sibalom will be trained on the production of high-quality inbred rice seeds and farm mechanization for increased production and reduced labor cost.The Technical Education and Skills Development Aut.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsAug 19th, 2022

NegOcc molecular lab personnel to train on monkeypox testing

BACOLOD CITY - The Negros provincial government has coordinated with the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) for the training of its molecular laboratory personnel on monkeypox detection.Those who will undergo training are the medical technologists assigned at the Teresita Lopez.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsAug 18th, 2022

Blue Ribbon probe, ‘di magiging political circus – Tolentino

MANILA, Philippines- Tiniyak ni Senador Francis “Tol” Tolentino na hindi magiging political circus ang lahat ng gagawing imbestigasyon ng Senate Blue Ribbon Committee na walang katapusang kuwento na walang napupuntahan sa 19th Congress. Inihayag ito ni Tolentino, chairman ng komite matapos himukin ang kasamahan sa komitet na sundin ang “roadmap” na kailangang meron “hanggananan at […] The post Blue Ribbon probe, ‘di magiging political circus – Tolentino appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsAug 17th, 2022

Man who leaped on LRT-1 tracks in critical condition

MANILA - A man who jumped in front of an oncoming train at the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) has survived but in critical condition at a hospital in Caloocan City on Wednesday.In a statement, Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) spokesperson Jacqueline Gorospe said the male passenger jum.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsAug 17th, 2022

Bakit nga ba absent si Julia Montes sa farewell walk ng FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano sa ASAP…may isyu yarn?

IISA ang tanong ng mga netizens, “Bakit wala si Julia Montes kahapon sa farewell walk FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano sa ASAP Natin To kahapon?” Binigyang-pugay kasi sa programa ang cast members ng serye sa pangunguna nina Coco Martin, Angel Aquino, Shaina Magdayao, John Prats, John Estrada, Raymart Santiago, Lorna Tolentino, Michael de Mesa, Rowell Santiago at […] The post Bakit nga ba absent si Julia Montes sa farewell walk ng FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano sa ASAP…may isyu yarn? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 15th, 2022