“Harutan” of Rep. Sandro Marcos and Rep. Aniela Tolentino
MANUEL L. QUEZON III – The grandson of former President Manuel L. Quezon took to social media wherein he criticized the “harutan” of Ilocos Norte 1st district Representative Sandro Marcos and Cavite 8th district Representative Aniela Tolentino.
The two are currently making rounds online following a video of their alleged “harutan” in the middle of a session.
In the video, Tolentino can be seen speaking while Marcos is looking at her.
Then all of sudden, the female congresswoman laughed and hit Marcos. After that, the latter walked away… smiling.
While some seemed to be thrilled with the said video, other personalities did not like it.
Manuel L. Quezon III, a writer, slammed the two by calling them: “kindergaten in suits”
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“Today’s version of Congressmen Behaving Badly aka Kindergarten in Suits,” he wrote.
“Not that the House doesn’t have a long tradition of behaving badly in public. But they did things like kick each other in the shins at least,” he added.
Meanwhile, netizens couldn’t help but ask if there was something special between the two representatives.
It can be recalled that Sandro Marcos, the son of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., was previously linked to actress Alexa Miro.
At one point, Alexa was spotted during the Oath-Taking of Marcos.
It all started when Sandro himself confirmed with Bacoor Representative Lani Mercado Lani Mercado that his girlfriend is from Bacoor.
It happened during the inauguration of Vice President-elect Sara Duterte which was attended by Sandro, Lani, and her husband Senator Bong Revilla.
Revilla was having a Facebook live when his wife got a chance to talk with Sandro briefly. Lani asked him if his girlfriend is from Bacoor, Cavite.
The son of Bongbong Marcos made a confirmation by saying “Yes.” He then told her to keep it a secret.
Eventually, Alexa denied that he and Sandro have a romantic relationship.
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