• Mariel Rodriguez changed her mind on voting Leni Robredo as VP
  • She said although Robredo has a good heart, she changed her mind because of the Liberal Party
  • “I have decided to change my Vice President. it’s not her… it’s her party” – Mariel Rodriguez

MANILA, Philippines – TV host-actress Mariel Rodriguez expressed her disappointment over the black propaganda against Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. This is also the reason why she changed her mind on her vice presidential candidate.

On her Instagram account, she wrote: “because of the black propaganda (though I believe she has a good heart) i have decided to change my Vice President. it’s not her… it’s her [email protected] this is the one that made me change my mind. i know the change will take time but i really hope the Filipinos are ready to be DISCIPLINED! our leader can only do so much but at the end of the day it is up to us! it will be a lot of hard work but it is feasible. the link of the video is on my bio pls watch it #DuterteParin#Duterte2016 #DuterteForPresident#DuterteTayo”

Although the “It’s Showtime” host  didn’t drop a name, it’s easy to know that she was referring to Rep. Leni Robredo, who is the only female candidate for vice president.

In a previous Instagram post, she had also written that her vice president is Robredo

Singer Richard Poon shared almost the same sentiment.

He said that although he admires Robredo, he won’t vote for her because he’s tired of yellow control.

Both Rodriguez, Poon and their respective spouses, Robin Padilla and Maricar Reyes are known supporters of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

According to an article published by Rappler, the latest SWS pre-election survey showed that the vice presidential race is a close fight between Robredo and Sen. Bongbong Marcos.

Celebrities who expressed their support for Robredo are Sharon Cuneta, Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes, couple Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano and Gary Valenciano, Agot Isidro, Bituin Escalante and Tutti Caringal.

 

Sources :

Instagram, PEP, Rappler