“BUHAY NA BUHAY po ako” Bong Revilla clears out rumors over death hoax


Image via Bong Revilla Jr.'s Facebook account

It happened again! Former Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr. was once again “killed” by internet on Tuesday, September 12, according to Pep.

The fake news stated that Bong had a heart attack which caused his death. He then immediately released a statement on Facebook to keep his supporters and those who love him from worrying.

The 50-year-old actor-politician said in his statement, “Sa mga taong ako po ay patuloy na ‘pinapatay’ na, patawarin kayo ng Diyos. [To those people who continue to keep “killing” me, God forgive you.]

“Muli sa araw na ito ay ‘pinatay’ na naman ako sa atake sa puso ng mga walang magawang mga tao kundi ang magdulot ng sama ng loob at magkalat ng kasinungalingan.” [Today, I was once again “killed” due to heart attack by those people who got nothing else to do but to upset other people and spread lies.]

He also made mention of a saying that when a person is rumored to be dead, though the person is so much alive, will have a longer life.]

“Sa ganitong aspeto ay nagpapasalamat pa ako sa may-akda ng balitang ito (na isang malaking kasinungalingan).” [In this aspect, I am even thanking the author of this news (which is a big lie).]

But the senator also expressed his forgiveness ,to whoever it was who did the sickening act.

To those who continue to love him, he says he is so much alive and will also continue to love them.

The senator also gave a message to those who were affected by Typhoon Maring in the Philippines and Hurricane Irma in Florida, USA; saying: “Nakikiramay ako sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo dito sa atin at sa Florida, USA. [My heart goes out to those who were hit by the typhoon here in the Philippines and in Florida, USA.]

“Nawa’y tumigil na ang ulan at umalis na ang bagyo.” [May the rain stop and the typhoon go away.] “God bless us all in these trying times. Amen.”

Sa mga taong ako po ay patuloy na "pinapatay" na, patawarin kayo ng Diyos.Muli sa araw na ito ay "pinatay" na naman…

Posted by Bong Revilla Jr. on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Meanwhile, Mr. Revilla is still detained at the PNP Custodial Center after allegedly being involved in the pork barrel scam.

This article has been viewed 214 times. Article originally posted: September 14, 2017, 2:33 pm (UTC-0). Last update: September 14, 2017 at 2:33 pm (UTC-0).

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