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Robin Padilla hosts agricultural show ‘Unlad Kaagapay sa Hanapbuhay’ on Net25

For the pilot episode that has premiered last July 26, the action star featured photos of his brother Rommel Padilla’s farm in Nueva Ecija and praised Rommel’s decision to go into farming.

After many months of no news about action star Robin Padilla, the actor announced that the will be hosting an agricultural show on NET25, Unlad Kaagapay sa Hanapbuhay.

On the Instagram account of the actor, Robin proudly posted a photo of the show that he will be hosting.

As a Muslim, Robin believes that having a livelihood is a must and that one should not just to rely on other people especially in this time of the pandemic.

“Madiin ang bilin ng Islam sa paghahanap buhay! na ang tao ay kinakailangan na kumita sa pagbabanat ng buto at pagtulo ng pawis upang maging maayos, maginhawa at parehas ang pamumuhay sa kanyang komunidad at hindi maging pasanin ng kanyang mga kapatid at bayan.”

He also quoted from the Quran, “That man can have nothing but what he strives for; That (the fruit of) his striving will soon come in sight: Then will he be rewarded with a reward complete. (An-Najm 53:39-41)”

He also thanked Net25 for the trust that they have given him especially since he can talk to people on their issues about livelihood.

“Maraming maraming salamat sa Eagle Network 25 sa biyaya at pagkakataon na marinig ang aking boses ng ating mga kababayan patungkol sa paghahanap buhay at pakikipagkapatiran hindi lamang sa kapwa tao kundi sa kalikasan.”

For the pilot episode that has premiered last July 26, the action star featured photos of his brother Rommel Padilla’s farm in Nueva Ecija and praised Rommel’s decision to go into farming.

“Inilalakad ang kanyang sinasalita! Saludo ako sa iyo kuya rommel!!! kayat mga kamaglulupa sumunod na tayo sa napakalaking hakbang ni kuya omeng wag na tayo umasa sa kilos ng iba!”

The action star stressed again that people should not just sit around and wait for blessings to come but rather work for it, so others could follow.

“Tayo na ang gumawa at hayaan nating sumunod ang tunay na masisipag at nag iisip na bumalik sa pagiging maglulupa at magsimulang magtanim para sa ating pansariling kaligtasan sa paparoonan ng mundo sa digmaan laban sa covid 19. Ito ang oras para maging magsasaka..
Balik Probinsya na Tayo!”

Robin Padilla, who is an ardent and loyal supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, has been silent on the issue of ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal.

He even called out ABS-CBN that they should admit the black propaganda it produced during the 2016 elections.

“Napakagandang paglalahad ni senator Bong Go sa kung saan nanggaling si mayor PRRD at gaano kabigat ang atraso ng abscbn hindi lamang sa propesyonal na usapin kundi pinersonal ang kandidatura ni mayor isang black propaganda ang inilabas nila. Ito ay isang ganap sa eleksyon nong 2016 na maisusulat sa kasaysayan bilang isang aral na dapat mailibro.”

Robin, who saw the height of stardom in the 1990s, received the nickname “Bad Boy of Philippine Cinema.”



He starred in movies like Hinukay Ko Na ang Libingan Mo, Maging Sino Ka Man, Anak ni Baby, and Bad Boy which were all under Viva Films. He later went on to a TV career, appearing in a number of prime time TV series and talent shows.

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