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WATCH: Apl.de.Ap parades jeepney in NY

03:11 PM June 06, 2016

The iconic Philippine jeepney beeped its way to the City that Never Sleeps on Sunday.

Black Eyed Peas singer Apl.de.Ap paraded a Sarao-made jeepney in New York during the Philippine Independence Day celebrations, made on the first Sunday of June, days before the Philippines commemorates the event on the 12th.

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The Fil-Am rapper posted on social media sites Facebook and Instagram a “sneak peek” of his blue-and-yellow “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” jeepney .

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Apl.de.Ap, whose real name as Alan Pineda Lindo, was one of the notable performers who graced the annual event at the Madison Square. He also posted snaps and videos of the patriotic spirit on social media. Gianna Francesca Catolico

More more more Philippine independence day in NYC A video posted by Apl.de.Ap (@apldeap) on Jun 5, 2016 at 4:11pm PDT

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Filipino day parade NYC #independenceday #shutdownnewyork #whosthisguy featuring the back of @jokoy

A video posted by Apl.de.Ap (@apldeap) on Jun 5, 2016 at 11:20am PDT

Philippine independence day in NYC!!!mabuhay ang pinoy!!!!! A video posted by Apl.de.Ap (@apldeap) on Jun 5, 2016 at 12:55pm PDT

Filipino independence day in nyc with the gang @jokoy @lianev @jessicalesaca @roslynnc @qinstilettos

A photo posted by Apl.de.Ap (@apldeap) on Jun 5, 2016 at 11:09am PDT

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