We’re here for Frankie Pangilinan starting a revolution
By Renee San Juan
December 2, 2019 at 9:51 am

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Frankie Pangilinan doesn’t shy away from voicing out her opinions, and that’s something we’ll always love about her. Last night, she took to Twitter to react to what Pres. Duterte said about her parents, Sen. Francis Pangilinan and Sharon Cuneta, having a marital feud. 

Frankie also added that instead of the president being a “good leader,” he is more “concerned with ruining a perfectly happy family.” She then asked her sister, Miel, to send photographs of her parents, as she [Frankie] is currently studying in New York City.

And it looked like the couple is doing just fine.

“Smile, ate needs it for the revolution,” is our new favorite catchphrase now.

As part of the opposition party, Sen. Pangilinan has been the subject of many of Pres. Duterte’s rants, criticizing him in particular over a law that exempts those below 15 years of age from criminal liability. 

Pres. Duterte made the claim about Sen. Pangilinan and Cuneta on Saturday, Nov.30 during the commemoration of the 156th birthday of Bonifacio. “Pinapaalis na nga ng asawa niya (Pangilinan) sa bahay niya, ayaw kaya wala ibang matirahan. Totoo. Tanungin mo. At kung sabihin mo nagsisinungaling ako, I will resign. Ang sinasabi ko totoo ‘yan,” the president said. (His wife wants him out of their house. It’s true. Ask him. If I am lying, I will resign. I am saying it’s true.)

As for Frankie, she has the wittiest comeback about the president resigning.

We all stan an outspoken queen who has the ability to singlehandedly overthrow the government.

Photo courtesy of Frankie Pangilinan’s Instagram Account 

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