Project Nightfall Bashed for Allegedly Anti-Marcos Video; Vlogger Apologizes

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Anti-Marcos vlog of Project Nightfall receives massive criticism

PROJECT NIGHTFALL – The internationally-known vlogger apologized after being bashed because of his allegedly anti-Marcos vlog.

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Agon Hare, a Polish YouTuber, musician, and vlogger who’s behind the Project Nightfall, started the channel to spread awareness about sensitive and important topics around the world.

The channel aims to change lives over one nightfall thru empowering message.

Presently, they have over 12 million followers on Facebook and more than 2 million subscribers on Youtube.

However, the channel is earning massive criticism and backlashes because of its now-deleted video which is said to be against the presumptive president of the Philippines, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos.

Watch the video below reported on YouTube:

Amid the comments they are receiving, Project Nightfall issued a public apology stressing that half of the Filipinos featured in their video were celebrating while half are those who are “disappointed” and in fear.

Here’s the public apology for Project Nightfall:

Meanwhile, Bongbong Marcos is still leading the presidential race with over 31 million votes.

On the other hand, Sara Duterte- the daughter of outgoing President Rodrigo Duterte, is taking the lead in the vice presidential race with more than 31 million votes as well.

For the senatorial race, the number 1 candidate is Robin Padilla who earned 26,454,562 votes, followed by Loren Legarda with 23,992,761 votes, Raffy Tulfo with 23,166,449 votes, Win Gatchalian with 20,376,009 votes, Chiz Escudero with 20,050,377 and Mark Villar with 19,210,280 votes.

Also clinching the Magic 12 is Alan Peter Cayetano with 19,079,581 votes, Migz Zubiri with 18,582,962 votes Joel Villanueva with 18,300,955 votes, JV Ejercito with 15,688,993 votes, Risa Hontiveros with 15,273,594 votes and Jinggoy Estrada with 14,966,887 votes.

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