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John Lapus twits Daryl Ong as ‘hipon’

Hipon is a term used to describe persons who have great bodies but not blessed with good looks.

John Lapus gamely answered netizens who asked him about Daryl Ong’s latest statements.

In a series of tweets, the Kapamilya comedian and director wittily responded to netizens who asked his opinion about singer Daryl Ong.

Seemingly unaware, Lapus asked the netizen what’s latest about Daryl whom he referred to as ‘hipon’.

Hipon is a term used to describe persons who have great bodies but not blessed with good looks.

Meanwhile, in another response to a netizen who showed him Ong’s latest statement, Sweet only advised the netizen to just ignore him because he’s maybe just looking for attention.

In succeeding tweets meanwhile, Lapus just shared memes and gif photos of shrimp in reference to Daryl Ong.

Daryl Ong was recently criticized by netizens over his comment regarding protest rallies.

In a Facebook post, Ong shared apprehensions that Metro Manila may go back to ECQ because of several protest rallies staged on the Metro

“Mukhang mag e-ECQ nanaman daw?….Ayos rally pa more, guys,” Ong wrote.

ABS-CBN’s employees, artists, and supporters have been staging noise barrages in front of the ABS-CBN compound in Quezon City ever since Congress denied their franchise application.

During Duterte’s 5th SONA, “SONAgkaisa” protest was also held at the University of the Philippines in Diliman.

Meanwhile, Ong’s post didn’t sit well with netizens who schooled him for his reckless comment.

In research conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research, there was no significant increase in coronavirus infections following the three weeks of protest.

Doctors and even the World Health Organization (WHO) believes that even in a pandemic public protests are important.



Ong, however, insisted on his claim but after the conversation with netizens, he deactivated his personal Facebook account.

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