Despite being jobless, it seems that Pinoy Ako Blog (PAB) owner Jover Laurio’s influence on social media is enough to be recognized by many powerful personalities in the Philippines.
Laurio, who’s getting married on January 16 got many sponsors like politicians, journalists, and even the Vice President itself were belong to the lengthy list that bared by blogger Sass Rogando Sasot on her Facebook page.
It seems that most of the key members of the opposition became the sponsor of Laurio for her wedding.
She even got sponsorship from several lawyers and actresses like Leah Navarro and Bart Guingona.
Here’s the list of the principal sponsors during the blogger’s wedding:
- Vice President Leni Robredo
- Quezon City, 6th District Rep. Kit Belmonte
- Mr. Jobert Uygongco
- Anti-Marcos leader Ms. Zena Bernardo
- Mr. Vince Sibayan
- Dr. Margarita Holmes
- Mr. Manny Bautista
- Senator Kiko Pangilinan
- Actress Leah Navarro
- Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary Alejano
- Influencer Yoly Ong
- Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
- Talkshow host Kris Aquino
- Senator Risa Hontiveros
- Mr. Harvy Keh
- Director Floy Quintos
- Senator Bam Aquino
- Actor Bart Guingona
- Atty. Susan Villanueva
- Rapper CEO Maria Ressa
- Dr. Maria Yap Sarmiento
- Dr. Vivian Sarabia
- Atty. Teddy Rigoroso
- Ms. Imelda Nicolas, sister of Fil-Am billionaire Loida Nicolas-Lewis.
The list has been released by Sasot amid the #PaBoost issue against PAB.
The #PaBoost issue started when Nicko Falcis, the former financial manager of Kris Aquino revealed that Laurio asked him to advertise her anti-government articles on Facebook.
According to some screenshots posted by Sasot, it showed that Laurio asked Falcis to boost her post.
Laurio even asked Falcis for a new credit card that she can use for her social media campaigns.
In another screenshot, it was discovered that Laurio, Falcis, and Aquino are members of a Viber group.
Many weeks ago, Falcis has been sued by Aquino for alleged ‘unauthorized’ spending committed by the former’s.
PAB is one of the bloggers who sided by Kris Aquino, later on, Falcis accused Laurio of receiving 25,000 monthly from the famous talk show host to fund her anti-administration blog.
As of writing, Laurio is not yet releasing a statement on the newest accusations against her.