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Robin Padilla draws flak for posting photo of shaded ballot

/ 05:12 PM May 09, 2016
Screengrab from Twitter

Screen grab from Twitter

Actor Robin Padilla drew flak on social media after supposedly posting a picture of his shaded ballot on election day.

Padilla took to Instagram to share a photo of his ballot, showing his vote for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for President and AMIN for party-list.

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Padilla’s post has been deleted from his account but netizens were able to take screenshots of it.

Kapag pinalagpas pa natin ang pagkakataon na ito at hindi natin nailuklok si Rodrigo Duterte bilang Presidente, ang inaasahan nating pagbabagong idudulot ng Federalismo ay mapupunta sa kawalan at mas lalong magpapatuloy ang senyorito at senyorita sa pang-aalipin sa ating yaman at Kalayaan (If we let this opportunity pass and don’t vote for Rodrigo Duterte for president, the change we are seeking, brought about by federalism, will go to waste, and the ‘señorito’ and ‘señorita’ will continue enslaving our riches and freedom),” Padilla wrote in the caption.

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Earlier in the day, Padilla’s nephew Daniel Padilla and onscreen partner Kathryn Bernardo also drew flak for having their photos taken with their seemingly unaccomplished ballots inside the polling precinct.

In a post on Twitter, Commission on Elections spokesperson James Jimenez said he needed to speak to the love team, who are supporting the candidacy of administration candidates Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo.

INQUIRER.net has sought the side of Padilla on the matter, but he is yet to respond. YG/rga

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