Boy Tapang binisita ng Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas matapos gumawa ng saranggola na gawa sa P1,000 bills

Influencer Ronnie Suan, also known as Boy Tapang, was facing possible charges from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) for making a kite using 1,000-peso bills.

In the said vlog posted on April 2, 2024, Ronnie, together with his friends, built the giant kite and even showed the process of how they made it.

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Their project was successful, but at the same time, received criticism from the netizens, which eventually reached BSP’s radar.

On April 13, BSP’s Payments and Currency Investigation Group visited Ronnie in his home and warned him of the possible charges he may face for what he did.

Ronnie then made a video to apologize for his actions.

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“Gusto ko lang po humingi ng sorry sa Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas dahil doon sa ginawa ko…Hindi ko po intensyon na paglaruan ang pera dahil ako po ay galing sa mahirap so ‘yung pera ay malaking value sa akin. Pinapahalagahan ko po ang pera,” he said.

“Ginawa ko po ‘yung content for entertainment purposes only. Kasi naisipan ko pag gagawa ako ng normal na saranggola na gawa sa plastik lang, napa-common na,” he added.

He also urged the netizens to stop sharing the said video as they may face charges.

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“Pakibura na lang ng video na ‘yon kung ayaw n’yong maimbestigahan kagaya ko,” he stated.

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