Baron Geisler dares Baste Duterte to take drug test
Controversial actor Baron Geisler is at it again, this time with no less than the President’s son, Baste Duterte, as his “target.”
First, he subjected himself to a drug test, and proved others wrong that he was into drugs. He has tested negative.
“thanks to Kowboy for bringing a drug test kit. #QuickProfile.i tested negative by the way, i know everyone is wondering about me, im fine and good. I think this is a great idea for everyone to have, just in case anyone is accused on line or by the police. 😊👍🏽❤️”, Geisler said in a post on his Facebook page.
Prior to his post, Geisler uploaded a video, a driving scene wherein he seems to be talking to the President and challenging him to have his son undergo a drug test. He then asks the President what he would do should his son test positive.
Earlier Geisler uploaded a video, also on his Facebook account, wherein he criticizes the Duterte administration and his war on drugs. Netizens reacted to the post, with a few agreeing with him and many others criticizing him.
Geisler posted a follow-up reaction questioning the negative feedback and asking people to “stop the hate.”
“Can’t understand why there’s so much negative vibes about the drug test photo that I posted yesterday. Just to make it clear, that was just a spur-of-the-moment thing that we decided to do yesterday during a shooting break with my co-star Kowboy Santos, who also happens to be a really talented actor, aside from being such an awesome rock and blues musician. We’re not making any claims here. Neither are we making any statements. Unlike what other netizens are insinuating, this isn’t even supposed to be a challenge to our fellow celebrities. If any of them feel inspired to do the same, then by all means, they have all the right to do so. So please stop the hate,” Geisler said.
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