Paul Soriano spotted at BBM-SARA caravan
PAUL SORIANO – The husband of actress-host Toni Gonzaga is currently making rounds online after being spotted in the Uniteam caravan of Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte.
It was on Wednesday, December 8 when the BBM-SARA tandem held a caravan in Quezon City.
The event drew thousands of BBM-SARA supporters which resulted in traffic congestion along Congressional and Quezon Avenues.
The caravan started past 8 a.m. and finished around 1 p.m. at Welcome Rotonda.
The said caravan was organized by Anakalusugan party-list representative and Quezon City mayoral candidate Mike Defensor and his running mate Winnie Castelo.
This time, the BBM-Sara tandem is in Laguna for another leg of their Uniteam caravan.
Among those who were allegedly spotted at the said event is no less than, Paul Soriano, the husband of Toni Gonzaga.
Paul was pictured alongside Marcos and Duterte.
“First time kung makita si Direk Paul Soriano na hubby ni Toni Gonzaga na hindi nka black. Solid BBM-SARA si direk Paul sumama pa sa caravan,” a netizen said according to dailybncnews.com.
Paul is known for being close to the Marcoses. In fact, BBM is one of their godfathers during his wedding with Toni.
Paul is also the director of Marcos’s advertisement for 2022.
Apparently, some netizens were not in favor of the closeness of Paul and Marcos.
To recall, Toni Gonzaga previously earned the backlash of netizens following her interview with Marcos Jr. Some claimed that the latter altered what actually has transpired during the Martial Law of which his father was the president. Toni kept mum on the issue.
Meanwhile, the former senator and the presidential daughter are gearing up for the two highest positions in the government this coming May 9, 2022 elections.
They will go against the tandem of; Vice President Leni Robredo and Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno and Doc Willie Ong, Senator Manny Pacquiao and Buhay partylist representative, Lito Atienza as well as Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson and Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III.
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